London Metropolitan University dates back to evening classes hosted for young men in Bishopsgate in 1848. The university was formed when the University of North London and London Guildhall University merged in 2002 and hosts more than 12,000 students a year. This includes international students from more than 140 countries.
The university has been recognised in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 where it ranked best in London and sixth in the UK for its teaching quality. The Guardian’s University Guide has placed it in the Top 100 universities in the UK and it has moved into the QS World University Rankings in recent years for the first time.
What is the London Metropolitan University acceptance rate?
The London Metropolitan University acceptance rate is approximately 84%.
There are lots of opportunities to get involved in student life at London Metropolitan University. You could join in with the student magazine Verve Magazine or Verve Radio. There are more than 50 societies to join as well as sports teams across a wide range of sports.
Studying at London Metropolitan University means being right at the heart of one of the world’s most exciting cities. There are nearly 900 art galleries in the city alone, along with countless museums, music venues, restaurants, bars and much more.
The university boasts state-of-the-art learning, library and IT facilities. This includes a mock courtroom, purpose-built art, design and recording studios. There’s also a £100,000 journalism newsroom and a £30m Science Centre which is one of the largest teaching labs in Europe.
The London Metropolitan University employability rate is 96%.
The London Metropolitan University is ranked 801-1000th in the QS World University Rankings, 118th in the The Guardian University Guide.