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London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom is a reputed university with large enrolments annually. Around 10,295 students are enrolled each year where 2,376 are Graduate and 7,919 are Undergraduate students. The academic sessions begin in Autumn and Spring seasons with few courses beginning in Summer as well.
|Application Portal||UG: UCAS|
PG: Official Course Website
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||No fee|
|Mode of Payment||N/A|
|Intake Seasons||Autumn, Spring and Summer seasons|
|Financial Aid||Grants, loans, work-study, and Scholarships|
The full-time academic session at the London Metropolitan University begins in the Autumn, Spring and Summer seasons. The students may apply up to one year in advance for early decision. Following table shows the deadlines for both graduate and undergraduate admissions:
|Early Admission||Autumn: June 15|
Spring: November 15
|Regular||Autumn: June 15|
Spring: November 15
International students must fulfil additional requirements before submitting an application to the London Metropolitan University. Some of them are as follows:
International students must submit the ones listed below:
Students must have proof of their English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below, to be eligible for admission at the London Metropolitan University.
|Test Name||Minimum Score Required|
The London Metropolitan University enrols 7,919 students each year to the prospective applicants. The admission requirements and eligibility criteria for undergraduate courses are given below:
How to apply: UCAS
Admission Requirements: Official University Transcripts, English Proficiency score for International students, Recommendation letters, Academic records, copy of official passport.
Supporting Documents: Approved financial bank statement, Evidence of sufficient financial funds or sponsor.
Some of the country-specific requirements are tabulated below:
|Country Name||Academic Requirements|
|India||Complete and pass High School Certificate (HSC) Classes X and XII Grade: 60% or above in both years|
|China||Completion of a recognised foundation programme, or passed the first year at a recognised university with good grades.|
|Nepal||Higher Secondary School Certificate, with grades over 55% in year 12|
|Sri Lanka||Complete A levels with pass grades, GCE O-level Mathematics. C grade, or 50% pass or above|
The London Metropolitan University offers numerous graduate courses to prospective applicants. Students can apply via the respective school’s website. Each program’s requirements, deadlines and admission procedure differs from the other.
Application Portal: Official course website
Academic Requirements for International Students: Applicants must submit PTE/IELTS Academic scores with official transcripts.
|Name of the offered programs||Academic Requirements|
|MBA||Minimum of a 2.2 degree in any subject discipline, a minimum of two years’ work experience in a management context and a detailed personal statement.|
|Data Analytics||2:2 UK degree in any discipline that involves an element of data analysis and work experience.|
|International Banking and Finance||Minimum of a lower second class (2.2) honours degree or an equivalent professional qualification and work experience.|
|LLM||Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) or Common Professional Examination (CPE) with an average of at least 50%.|
|Master of Medical Science||2:2 UK undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science.|
Supporting Documents: Personal statement, a current resume/CV, Letters of recommendation, English language proficiency, Research essay, a valid visa, photocopy of passport, evidence of sufficient funds, transfer eligibility form.
The admissions office of the London Metropolitan University reviews each application critically. Admissions are offered to students on the basis of their academic excellence, official test scores, supporting documents and an on-time application submission with the required fee (if mentioned in the site).
To avoid last-minute confusions, students are recommended to submit their applications 6 months prior to the application submission. Admission decisions are released as and when the applications are reviewed, post submission.
Unconditional offers are granted quickly to those applicants who have completed all the entry requirements and have desired grades. Applicants can track the progress of the application by visiting the university portal (UCAS Track) to know what the university has decided for them.