Here at London Metropolitan University we place students at the centre of everything we do. Our postgraduate programmes are informed by current thinking and practice and many are designed by employers and professionals. To best meet your needs, we offer most courses on both a full and part-time basis. We offer work experience and volunteering opportunities, free careers advice, and numerous networking events to help you stand out in the job market.
Whether you’re looking to change career direction, improve your job prospects or simply pursue a passion, London Met is an excellent choice for postgraduate study.
We offer a diverse range of taught and research degrees that will enhance your employability and help to improve your earning potential. A report by The Sutton Trust, ‘The Postgraduate Premium’ (February 2013) found that on average, those with a Master’s degree earned around £5,500 more per annum than someone with a Bachelor’s degree.
We understand that postgraduate study is a big commitment. The application process, fees, the work/life balance and the step up in terms of learning and workload, it’s a lot to think about - which is why we support you from the moment you enquire to the moment you get your first job or your promotion.
We have a range of student support services in place to help you make the most of your degree including study groups to guide you through research techniques or dissertation writing. We can also provide advice on funding, accommodation, careers and have a dedicated International Office for students from overseas.
London Met is a vibrant, multi-ethnic and socially diverse community and we encourage you to join us, regardless of age or background. We will ensure that you have the best possible university experience:
At London Met you have access to our three libraries, located at Calcutta House, Commercial Road and Holloway Road. There are plenty of computers as well as comfortable informal learning spaces and at the Holloway Road library you can take advantage of the techno booths, teaching rooms and a café area. Students can also get access to the City Business Library around the corner from our Moorgate campus.
Our Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law houses a mock courtroom for budding lawyers, complete with dock, witness box and public gallery that will help familiarise you with the courtroom environment and aid your presentation skills. There is also a simulated trading room with Bloomberg terminals for those interested in finance and an IBM Smarter Planet Lab offering an insight into IBM products and corporate services.
As part of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, we have a dedicated newsroom for our media students, which includes 40 computers equipped with the latest design software, large screen TVs and a separate studio facility with mobile ‘Tricaster’ to provide students with the best possible training for a career in media.
Described by our own Patrick Brill (AKA Bob and Roberta Smith) as the ‘Aldgate Bauhaus’, our studios at The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, located in the East End, provide inspiring spaces for our artists and designers to innovate and create. You’ll have access to Cass Works which offers specialist facilities including wood, metal and plastic workshops; purpose-built architecture design studios; digital manufacturing technologies; TV and recording studios; editing suites; and darkrooms.
Our £30 million Science Centre, featuring our ‘superlab’ with 280 workstations, offers a multitude of facilities. Housed with the Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing, you can benefit from specialist laboratories for tissue culture research and microbiology; a NMRI room; and a Category 3 laboratory suite for research on airborne or transferable viruses. The Centre also features sports therapy study facilities, nutritional physiology labs, phlebotomy labs and more.
Computing students have access to a number of exciting labs including some of the most advanced Cisco labs in London, a specialist games programming lab and a mobile applications lab with software that allows students to build apps for multi-platform smartphones.
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