London Met plays snap! with students

We want the same things... snap!

London Met creates Student Academic Representatives (StARS) to represent the voice of our students

We establish the Student led module feedback scheme so that you can shape your course in real time

We invite students to participate in the Programme for Improved Student Outcomes (PISO)


London Met provide 225 high-spec pcs in the Learning Centre over the summer of 2016

We instal lapsafes in November 2016

We instal laptop loan lockers in December 2016

We replace student computers on a rolling, yearly cycle


London Met ranked higher than all five London-based Russell Group universities for teaching in the last National Student Survey (NSS)

London Met has more academics with Higher Education Academy fellowships than the sector average.  Over 40% of academics at London Met are HEA fellows, compared to a sector average of 23%, highlighting the quality of teaching at the University


London Met academics provide feedback on the first piece of coursework within one week of the submission deadline


London Met has over 305,000 book titles (many with multiple copies)

over 55,000 e-books

over 43,000 e-journals

Librarians are only too happy to help you find what you're looking for


Visit the Student Careers Portal which is a treasure trove of information.  You'll find a huge range of video, audio and tutorial resources to support you in your job search and career planning.

London Met runs the Job Shop, where you can register online for paid opportunities with employers

There are tons of careers workshops for you to attend

London Met runs regular Job and volunteering fairs; read the blog about the event in November 2016

Check out the London Met Employability award

You can see a Careers Consultant for 1:1 support on planning your career, your job search, feedback on your CVs, applications, mock interviews and developing skills


89.4% of 2014/15 graduates were employed or engaged in further study within six months of completing their course 


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