London Metropolitan University
The London Metropolitan University or better known as London Met was created in 2002 when London Guildhall University and the University of North London amalgamated. The origins of the university date back to 1848 when London Guildhall University was formed. The university has approximately 28,500 students and approximately 21,000 of these are studying on a undergraduate degree course.
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As you can image when the 2 universities merged they buildings were located in different parts of the city. Therefore the Metropolitan University has the City Campus (former London Guildhall University) near Aldgate East and the North Campus (former University of North London) in the Islington district of London.
London Metropolitan University has the following faculties:
- Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design
- Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Media and Design
- Faculty of Computing
- Faculty of Life Sciences
- Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Faculty of Law, Governance and International Relations
- London Metropolitan Business School
The university has offices outside the UK including China, India, Bangladesh, Belgium, Nigeria, Pakistan and Cube no doubt this these offices will help the university attract and support students from these countries.
Famous people who studied at London Metropolitan University
The following famous students studied at London Metropolitan University (or its previous institutes):
- Zoe Ball (TV and radio presenter)
- Alison Moyet (singer)
- Vic Reeves (comedian)
- Jamie Theakston (presenter)
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The latest 2012 London Metropolitan University ranking.
In 2012, London Metropolitan University can charge up to £9,000 pa for home and EU students.
The tuition fee information was correct on 20/09/2011 for up to date figures please see the official London Metropolitan University’s website www.londonmet.ac.uk
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