London Metropolitan University

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London Metropolitan University was formed in 2002 from the merger of the University of North London and London Guildhall University. It has invested heavily in its facilities and now owns several state-of-the-art research centers. The university’s “superlab” has more than 280 workstations, with additional specialist laboratories for fields including sports science, phlebotomy, and virology.

  • It runs a mentoring scheme, which can put you in touch with a professional from your chosen sector.
  • It also runs a graduate internship scheme, which offers around 30 paid internships each year
  • Many courses include work placement modules that count towards your final degree and many are accredited by professional bodies.
  • The facilities include a £30 million Science Centre, a state-of-the-art mock courtroom and newsroom, specialist art and design workshops.