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Undergraduate prospectus 2012-13
Naqibuliah Stanikzai
23 Sep 2011 16:05
London Metropolitan
University
Welcome to
Contents
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2 Welcome
4 - 11 Your Courses
12 Location
14 Studying here
16 Faculties
32 International
34 Social life
36 Money matters
38 Accommodation
40 How to apply
42 Want to find out more?
44 Subject area finder and course listings
58 Terms and conditions

Why us?
London Met is a great place to
study, located in the heart of one
of the world’s most exciting cities.
We put you, our students, at the centre
of all we do.
We stand out because we offer courses
of quality, in a vibrant, socially diverse
environment, which will help launch your career.
Our teachers are passionate about inspiring
you, and our courses are designed to prepare
you for your future career.
London Met has a thriving multinational,
multicultural community. Here you will meet
and study with people from around the world,
who will enrich your learning and help you grow.
Underpinning all we do is an
absolute commitment to quality:
_ London Met was awarded the highest
accolade from the UK government’s
Quality Assurance Agency in 2011 for
our academic standards
_ Over 2/3 of our research within
the latest offcial Research
Assessment Exercise was judged
to be ‘internationally recognised’,
‘internationally excellent’ or
‘world leading’
_ Our commitment to reducing our
carbon footprint was recognised in
2011 with the prestigious Carbon
Trust Standard

Jessica Elliot:
BSc Sports Therapy, 2006; founder of
two London dance schools; Winner,
Spirit of London award 2010
“ London Met changed my life.
It helped me develop my
business and get me where
I am today.”

Course information
Start date Full-time Part-time
Sept Yes Yes
Jan No No
Length 3yrs 4yrs
Single Yes Yes
Joint No No
UCAS code:
Sept full-time:applythroughUCAS
Sept part-time:applydirecttothe
University–contactAdmissionsfor
anapplicationform.
Taught at
Northcampus:TowerBuilding
Entry requirements
InadditiontotheUniversity’s
standardentryrequirements,PLUS
GCSEEnglishandMaths,Corabove
(orequivalent).PLUS1ofthe
following:240pointsfrom2or
moreAlevels,includingCgradeor
aboveinBiologyandChemistry;or
240pointsfrom2Alevels(Applied
subjects)inscience;oraBTECND
inSciencewithMMMand4merits
inthefnalyear,excludingcommon
skills.AppropriateFoundation/
Accesscoursesconsidered.
ApplicantswithAdvancedDip.
qualifcations240UCASpointsor
more.AdvancedDiplomasmust
haveChemistry.
Further information
PleasecontactAdmissionsor,for
furtheracademicquestions,
contact:NickGardiner
science@londonmet.ac.uk
Biomedical science is health care/research based science and its practical
application. The course is designed to incorporate the study of life processes
in relation to health and identifying disease and its causes, investigate and
monitor pathological processes and treatment strategies. Subjects covered
are broadly similar to the pre-clinical components of a medical degree,
provide a focused experience of the structure, functioning and analysis of
biological fuids, cells, tissues and the relationship of body systems in health,
disease, and the environment. With the growing demand for biomedical
expertise, our graduates will be embark on a career paths such as trainee
Health Care Scientists/Biomedical Scientists, Clinical Scientist, Researcher
and within other scientifc laboratories. This degree is accredited by the IBMS
(Institute of Biomedical Science).
Course structure
Threelevels,eachof120credits.As
wellasclass-basedteaching,course
deliveryincludesample
opportunitiesforpracticalworkin
boththegymandsportsscience
laboratories
Level 1 topics include:
Duringthisyearyouwillgaina
broadintroductiontotheLife
Sciencescoveringkeyconcepts
including;microbialbiology,
biochemistry,genetics,celland
molecularbiology,aswellasan
introductiontothekeyprinciplesof
biomedicalscience.Anemphasisis
alsoplacedondevelopingthebasic
laboratoryskillsanddata
manipulationsrequiresasabudding
Thisyearalsoprovidesan
introductiontotheessentialdata
handlingandlaboratoryskills
requiredbyallForensicScientists.
Level 2 topics include:
Inyear2youwillcontinueyour
studiesingreaterdepthandbegin
tospecialise.Theintroductionofa
varietyofbiomedicalscience
disciplineswillbeexploredfor
example;biologyofdisease,
infectionandimmunity,diagnostic
techniquesintroducingcore
disciplineareassuchas
haematology,cellularpathology
andmolecularbiology.During
practicalsessions,youwillhandson
experienceonawiderangeof
researchtechniqueswhichare
widelyusedincurrentLifeScience
researchincluding
spectrophotometry,PCR,
electrophoresisandELISA.
Level 3 topics include:
Finalyeartopicsincludemorein
depthstudyofthemajordisciplines
includingclinicalbiochemistry,
medicalmicrobiologyandthe
opportunitytoselectareassuchas
virologyorbiochemicaltoxicology.
Youwillundertakeanindependent
in-depthresearchprojectofyour
choiceinanareawithinofthe
Schoolsvariedresearchinterests.
(continuedoverleaf)
FacultyofLifeSciences
Biomedical Science
BSc Hons – Single
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Assessment
Duringyourstudiesyouwill
undertakeavarietyofassessment
techniquesfromselfdiagnostic
testing,debates,groupwork,
coursework,essays,andcumulative
exams.Practicalskillsare
summativelyassessedthroughthe
courseworkassignments,including
thoseinthefnalProjectmodule.
Datahandlingskillsareassessedby,
practicalreports,problemsolving
exercises,informationabstracting
andreviewingexercises,poster
presentations,examsandseminar
presentations.
Professional accreditation
StudentsareeligibleforAssociate
MembershipoftheInstituteof
BiomedicalScienceandAssociate
MembershipoftheSocietyof
Biology.
Career opportunities
Graduatesfndcareersinhospital
laboratoriestosupporttheworkof
cliniciansandgeneralpractitioners,
management,medicalresearch,
educationandspecialised
laboratorywork.Theskillslearntare
alsoapplicabletopublichealth
(water,foodstuffs,disease
surveillance),veterinarylaboratories,
bloodbanks,forensics,and
pharmaceuticalsdevelopment.
Graduates’analytical,numericaland
communicationskillsarealsoin
demandinothercareerssuchas
accountancy,journalism,and
marketing.Theprogrammeisalso
anexcellentpreparationforfurther
researchorstudy.Manystudents
alsousethistypeofcourseasan
entrypointintothecompetitive
worldofgraduatemedicalstudies.
Graduateshavefoundworkwith
companiessuchasBoots,theNHS
andvarioushospitalsasHealthCare
Assistants,Phlebotomistsand
BiomedicalScientists.
What our students say
‘LondonMethelpedmebuildanew
future.Decidingtoreturntofull
timeeducationlaterinlifewasa
bigchallengebutithasbecomea
veryexcitingandvaluable
experiencewithincreasing
knowledgeandunderstandingof
mychosensubjectbiomedical
science.Inowfeelacademically
profcienttopursueacareerin
researchorcontinuestudying
withinthemedicalfeld.’
Biomedical Science (ctd)
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Course information
Start date Full-time Part-time
Sept Yes Yes
Jan No No
Length 6yrs N/A
Single Yes Yes
UCAS code:
Sept full-time:applythroughUCAS
Sept part-time:applydirecttothe
University–contactAdmissionsfor
anapplicationform.
Taught at
Northcampus:TowerBuilding/
ScienceCentreandUHSA,Antigua
Entry requirements
InadditiontotheUniversity’s
standardentryrequirements,you
shouldalsohaveGCSEEnglishand
MathsatgradeCorabove(or
equivalent).Successfulapplicants
arenormallyexpectedtoachieve
oneofthefollowing:atleast320
pointsfromthreeAlevels,which
mustincludeaminimumBgradein
BiologyandChemistry;oratleast
320pointsfromatleasttwoA
levels(Appliedsubjects)inscience;
oraBTECNationalDiplomain
SciencewithDDDandatleastsix
Distinctionsinthefnalyear,
excludingcommonskills.Entryfrom
appropriateFoundationorAccess
courseswillalsobeconsidered.
ApplicantswithAdvancedDiploma
qualifcationsshouldalsoachievea
minimumof320UCASpointsfrom
acompletedDiploma,butmustalso
meetthescienceentry
requirementsdescribedabove.You
shouldtakelevel3qualifcationsin
PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent changes instigated by the General Medical
Council (GMC) of the UK this course is currently undergoing programme
revision in order to meet the new eligibility criteria for taking PLAB on
successful completion. As soon as the GMC approves the new course
content/structure we will publish details of the new programme here. If you
wish to be kept informed about the changes to this course please contact Dr
Julie Evans via: julie.evans@londonmet.ac.uk
Biomedical science is health care /research based science and its practical
application. The course is designed to incorporate the study of life processes
in relation to health and identifying disease and its causes, investigate and
monitor pathological processes and treatment strategies. Subjects covered
are broadly similar to the pre-clinical components of a medical degree;
provide a focused experience of the structure, functioning and analysis of
biological fuids, cells, tissues and the relationship of body systems in health,
disease, and the environment. With the growing demand for biomedical
expertise, our graduates will be embark on a career paths such as trainee
Health Care Scientists/Biomedical Scientists, Clinical Scientist, Researcher
and within other scientifc laboratories. This degree is accredited by the IBMS
(Institute of Biomedical Science).
This unique international degree is offered in conjunction with the University
of Health Sciences Antigua (UHSA) and allows students to study for two
degrees at the same time, the accredited BSc Biomedical Sciences at London
Metropolitan University and an international MD awarded by UHSA. At the
end of 6 years, graduates will have two qualifcations and in addition will
need to undertake the licensing examinations to enable them to practice
medicine in whichever country they choose e.g. for the USA graduates will
need to take the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) for which
UHSA graduates have a success rate of over 90%, to practice in the UK
graduates would need to take the PLAB, the licensing exams of the General
Medical Council of the UK.
Course structure
Threelevels,eachof120credits.As
wellasclass-basedteaching,course
deliveryincludesample
opportunitiesforpracticalworkin
boththegymandsportsscience
laboratories
Level 1 topics include:
Duringthisyearyouwillgaina
broadintroductiontotheLife
Sciencescoveringkeyconcepts
including;microbialbiology,
biochemistry,genetics,celland
molecularbiology,aswellasan
introductiontothekeyprinciplesof
biomedicalscience.Anemphasisis
alsoplacedondevelopingthebasic
laboratoryskillsanddata
manipulationsrequiredasabudding
biomedicalscientist.Thisyearalso
providesanintroductiontothe
essentialdatahandlingand
laboratoryskillsrequiredbyall
Scientists.
(continuedoverleaf)
FacultyofLifeSciences
Biomedical Sciences leading to MD
BSc Hons – Single
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Inadditionyouwillstartworking
towardsyourMDbytakingan
intensivetwo-monthsummer
schoolinAntiguaandtaking
modulesinvolvinglectures,
practicalsandworkshopsatthe
UHSAcampus.Thesecourseswillbe
assessedbyregularexaminations.
Level 2 topics include:
Inyear2youwillcontinueyour
studiesingreaterdepthandbegin
tospecialise.Theintroductionofa
varietyofbiomedicalscience
disciplineswillbeexploredfor
example;biologyofdisease,
infectionandimmunity,diagnostic
techniquesintroducingcore
disciplineareassuchas
haematology,cellularpathology
andmolecularbiology.During
practicalsessions,youwillhandson
experienceonawiderangeof
researchtechniqueswhichare
widelyusedincurrentLifeScience
researchincluding
spectrophotometry,PCR,
electrophoresisandELISA.
Inadditionyouwilltakefurther
coursestowardsyourMDbyagain
takinganintensivetwo-month
summerschoolinAntiguaand
takingmodulesinvolvinglectures,
practicalsandworkshopsatthe
UHSAcampus.Thesecourseswillbe
assessedbyregularexaminations.
Level 3 topics include:
Finalyeartopicsincludemorein
depthstudyofthemajordisciplines
includingclinicalbiochemistry,
medicalmicrobiologyandthe
opportunitytoselectareassuchas
virologyorbiochemicaltoxicology.
Youwillundertakeanindependent
in-depthresearchprojectofyour
choiceinanareawithinofthe
Schoolsvariedresearchinterests.
Youwillalsoattendafurther
summerschoolinAntiguataking
coursestowardsyourMD
qualifcationwithUHSA.
Onsuccessfulcompletionofthe
BScBiomedicalSciencesdegree
(youmustobtainaminimum2:1
grade)andsuccessfullypassingall
theassessmentsduringthethree
summerschools,studentswillthen
spendafurtheracademicyearin
AntiguaattheUHSAcampus
completingtheBasicSciencespart
oftheirMDprogramme.After
successfulcompletionofthisyear
studentsthenundertaketwoyears
ofclinicalrotationsinhospitals.This
clinicalrotationcanbetakenin
hospitalsintheUSA,Canada,UKor
PuertoRica.UHSAhaswell-
establishedlinkswithexcellent
teachinghospitalsinthese
countriesandhassupportedover
3,700graduatestoachievetheir
MDstatuswhoarecurrently
workinginhospitals.Duetothe
interestinthisprogrammefrom
studentslivingintheUK,UHSAare
activelyseekingopportunitiesfor
studentstoundertaketheirclinical
placementinUKhospitals.
(continuedoverleaf)
Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (ctd)
BiologyandChemistryinaddition
toyourAdvancedDiploma.
Interviews
Applicantswhomeettheacademic
requirementsforthisprogramme
areinvitedforinterview,whichcan
alsobecarriedoutbytelephone.
Theinterviewassessestheirgeneral
motivationandcommitmentto
trainingasadoctor,theirknowledge
aboutmedicaltraining,anyrelevant
volunteerexperienceandtheir
interestinrelevantissuessuchas
medicalethics.Theinterviewisan
essentialpartoftheAdmissions
procedure.
Further information
PleasecontactAdmissionsor,for
furtheracademicquestions,
contact:
medicine@londonmet.ac.uk
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Inthefrstclinicalyearstudentswill
undertake48weeksofcoreclinical
rotationsintheareasof:
•InternalMedicine
•GeneralSurgery
•Obstetricsand
Gynaecology/Paediatrics
•Psychiatry
•FamilyMedicine
Thiswillformthefoundationofthe
student’sclinicaleducational
framework,afterwhichstudentsare
thenrequiredtoselectsub-
specialtiesandrotateforafurther
30weeksinthesesub-specialtiesof
corerotations.Studentscanselect
theirclinicalelectivesfromawide
choiceofferedbelow.Adviceabout
rotationswillbegivenbytheDr
CherryGalaportwhosupervisesall
clinicalrotations.
•Anaesthesiology
•ENT
•Orthopaedics
•Cardiology
•Gastroenterology
•Pathology
•ClinicalCare
•InfectiousDiseases
•Neurology
•Epidemiology
•EmergencyMedicine
•Ophthalmology
Forafulllistofelectivesandfurther
academicinformationaboutthe
MDprogrammepleaseemail
medicine@londonmet.ac.ukorvisit
www.uhsa.ag
Assessment
Duringyourstudiesyouwill
undertakeavarietyofassessment
techniquesfromself-diagnostic
testing,debates,groupwork,
coursework,essays,andcumulative
exams.Practicalskillsare
summativelyassessedthroughthe
courseworkassignments,including
thoseinthefnalProjectmodule.
Datahandlingskillsareassessedby,
practicalreports,problemsolving
exercises,informationabstracting
andreviewingexercises,poster
presentations,examsandseminar
presentations.
(continuedoverleaf)
calladmissionson02071334200|www.londonmet.ac.uk

Career opportunities
Graduatesfndcareersinhospital
laboratoriestosupporttheworkof
cliniciansandgeneralpractitioners,
management,medicalresearch,
educationandspecialised
laboratorywork.Theskillslearntare
alsoapplicabletopublichealth
(water,foodstuffs,disease
surveillance),veterinarylaboratories,
bloodbanks,forensics,and
pharmaceuticalsdevelopment.
Graduates’analytical,numericaland
communicationskillsarealsoin
demandinothercareerssuchas
accountancy,journalism,and
marketing.Theprogrammeisalso
anexcellentpreparationforfurther
researchorstudy.Manystudents
alsousethistypeofcourseasan
entrypointintothecompetitive
worldofgraduatemedicalstudies.
Graduateshavefoundworkwith
companiessuchasBoots,theNHS
andvarioushospitalsasHealthCare
Assistants,Phlebotomistsand
BiomedicalScientists.
Oncompletionofthefve-year
programmeyouwillbeawardedan
MDdegreebyUHSA.Thecourseis
designedtomeettheacademicand
clinicalplacementrequirementsto
practicemedicineinanycountry;
howeverthisinternationalmedical
degreeisnotaccreditedspecifcally
byanycountry.Onachievingtheir
MD,graduateswouldthenneedto
individuallytakethelicensingexam
inordertobeeligibletopracticein
aparticularcountry.Forexample,in
theUKyouwouldneedtotakethe
GeneralMedicalCouncilexams
knownasPLAB,whichisrequiredby
allMDswhostudyoutsideofthe
UKregardlessofwhichcountry.In
ordertopracticeintheUSAyou
wouldneedtotaketheUSLME.
UHSAhasa90%passratefortheir
graduateswithregardstothe
USMLEandgraduateshavealso
beensuccessfulinpassingthePLAB
exams.
What our students say
‘LondonMethelpedmebuildanew
future.Decidingtoreturntofull
timeeducationlaterinlifewasa
bigchallengebutithasbecomea
veryexcitingandvaluable
experiencewithincreasing
knowledgeandunderstandingof
mychosensubjectbiomedical
science.Inowfeelacademically
profcienttopursueacareerin
researchorcontinuestudying
withinthemedicalfeld.’
calladmissionson02071334200|www.londonmet.ac.uk

Course information
Start date Full-time Part-time
Sept Yes Yes
Jan No No
Length 3yrs 4+yrs
Single Yes Yes
UCAS code:
Sept full-time:applythroughUCAS
Sept part-time:applydirecttothe
University–contactAdmissionsfor
anapplicationform.
Taught at
Northcampus:TowerBuilding
Entry requirements
InadditiontotheUniversity’s
standardentryrequirements,PLUS
GCSEEnglishandMaths,Corabove
(orequivalent).PLUS1ofthe
following:240pointsfrom2or
moreAlevels,includingCgradeor
aboveinBiologyandChemistry;or
240pointsfrom2Alevels(Applied
subjects)inscience;oraBTECND
inSciencewithMMMand4merits
inthefnalyear,excludingcommon
skills.AppropriateFoundation/
Accesscoursesconsidered.
ApplicantswithAdvancedDip.
qualifcations240UCASpointsor
more.AdvancedDiplomasmust
haveChemistry.
Further information
PleasecontactAdmissionsor,for
furtheracademicquestions,contact
science@londonmet.ac.uk
Medical bioscientists graduate with a broad knowledge base encompassing
deep understanding of the scientifc basis of health and disease. This exciting
course will allow you to develop technical and transferable skills and
competencies in a range of specialist areas. You will be equipped for careers
in areas as diverse as the medical and allied research institutes, health
agency laboratories, bio-analytical medical genetics and forensic units, the
pharmaceutical industry and health and safety.
Course structure
Threelevels,eachof120credits.
Level 1 topics include:
Youwillstudybasicchemical
processesandhowcommon
chemicalsinteractwitheachother.
Youwillalsobegintounderstand
howmacromoleculesdrivecellular
processes.Thisyearalsoprovidesan
introductiontotheessentialdata
handlingandlaboratoryskills
requiredbyallLifeScientists.
Level 2 topics include:
Specialisttopicsincludemetabolic
biochemistry,haematologyand
transfusionscience,microbial
physiology,molecularandcellular
pathologyandimmunology.
Researchskillstopicswillgiveyou
theopportunitytounderstandstate
oftheartresearchtechniquessuch
asgenecloningandamplifcationof
DNAandadvancedmicrobiology
techniques.
Level 3 topics include:
Areasoffnalyearstudyinclude
biomedicaltopicsincluding
developmentalandsystems
pathology,clinicalbiochemistryand
medicalmicrobiology.Youwill
undertakeanindependentyearlong
researchprojectofyourchoicein
anareaoftheSchool’sresearch
interestsinanappropriatefelds
relatedtomedicine.
Assessment
Thehelpandguidanceprovidedby
staffprovidesformativefeedbackin
tutorialsandpracticalclasses
throughoutthecourse.Practical
skillsaresummativelyassessed
throughthecoursework
assignments,includingthoseinthe
projectmodule.Datahandlingskills
areassessedby,practicalreports,
problemsolvingexercises,
informationabstractingand
reviewingexercises,poster
presentationsandseminar
presentations.Therearealso
examinationsattheendofeach
semester.
(continuedoverleaf)
FacultyofLifeSciences
Medical Bioscience
BSc Hons Hons – Single
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Career opportunities
Careersencompassresearchand
technicalsupportinnational,
universityandcharitablebody
researchinstitutes;workin
governmentdepartmentsand
publichealthagencies;supportfor
thepharmaceuticaltrial
environments,andinmedical
genetics.Medicalinformation
science,bioethicsandeducation
providefurtheropportunities.
What our students say
“Verygoodlectures,deliveredwell
andIunderstood(them).Interesting
subjectsastheyrelatetodaily
livingandnotjusttheory.”
Professionalaccreditation/
exemption
EligibilityforGraduateorAssociate
MembershipoftheSocietyof
Biology,dependingondegree
classifcation.
Medical Bioscience (ctd)
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Location
London is amazing. It is a truly
24-hour city, full of history,
with an incredible choice of
entertainment.
London is the largest city in Europe. It has more
international visitors per year than any other
capital city, and is one of the fnancial centres
of the world. Brimming with history, London
offers students an unrivalled choice of culture,
nightlife and entertainment. London Met’s
buildings are dotted around London but we
have two principle campuses.
City Campus
Our City campus has a prime location in the
heart of the City of London and the vibrant
Aldgate area of east London. Artists and
professionals rub shoulders in this unique
and exciting part of the capital.
North Campus
Our North London campus in Islington sits
within a multicultural community, full of lively
bars, beautiful parks and independent shops.
Our main campus sits alongside the Emirates
Stadium, which as football fans will know, is the
home to Premiership football team Arsenal.
It’s hard to know where to start
with London, but how about this?
_ Around 8 million people, over 300
languages spoken
_ 3,000 open spaces and 149 parks
_ Around 6,000 restaurants,
3,000 cafés and 4,000 pubs
_ An estimated 32,000 music
performances and 200 festivals
held in London every year
_ 4 world heritage sites, over 150 ancient
monuments and around 240 museums

“ I chose London because it’s
such a multicultural city and
also because advertising, the
subject I studied, was born in
Britain and continues to be
revolutionised here.”
Gaurav Dhakad:
MA Mass Communications,
2005; founder, Indian
advertising agency

Studying here
London Met has dedicated staff
and specialised facilities to make
your student experience the best
it can be.
We have seven libraries in total. Our spectacular
newly refurbished library on Holloway Road is a
superb meeting and study area where students
can use state-of-the-art work stations, fnd a
quiet corner for individual study or use our media
booths and communal lounges for group study.
Our Student Services team specialises in giving
advice and support. This team can help with
accommodation, money management, visas
and more. They also offer career advice to help
you fnd a job.
Just some of our facilities include:
_ A £30 million science centre, which is one
of the largest teaching labs in Europe
_ A mock courtroom that helps our law
students prepare for the real world
_ The Technology Tower which houses
seven foors of computers
_ We have free Wi-Fi, a simulated
Bloomberg trading foor, interpreting
and multi-media suites
_ Our Graduate Centre is an architectural
icon designed by renowned architect
Daniel Libeskind
_ The internationally renowned Women’s
Library, the UK’s most extensive
collection of women’s history
_ The Trades Union Congress Library
Collections, the premier centre for the
study of trades unions and the world
of work

Sean Callahan:
MBA, 2009; founder, photo sharing
website Plixi, which was recently sold to
major social media company Lockerz.
“ The support at London Met is
second to none. The MBA has
helped me to apply theories
in real-life work situations.”

Faculties
There are seven academic
faculties at London Met,
each drawing on a wealth of
experience and knowledge.
_ Faculty of Architecture
and Spatial Design
_ Faculty of Computing
_ Faculty of Social Sciences
and Humanities
_ Faculty of Law, Governance
and International Relations
_ Faculty of Life Sciences
_ London Metropolitan Business School
_ Sir John Cass Faculty of Art,
Media and Design

The Faculty of Architecture and Spatial
Design gives students the practical skills and
confdence needed to excel in the profession.
Our internationally renowned faculty aims to
give students the skills and confdence needed
to become respected professionals.
Teaching staff come from some of London’s
most exciting architectural practices, and
combine experimentation and research
with extensive practical experience.
Graduates go on to work as architects,
architectural assistants, interior designers
or in related felds of research, journalism
and procurement.
The faculty enjoys close links with the people
and organisations that shape London. Our Live
Projects happen locally and around the world
in places such as Cuba, India, China and Iran.
_ The faculty has a strong academic
agenda with emphasis on design
in contemporary culture and areas
subject to social deprivation and
political change. This year our
projects helped a community in
India to improve sanitation and
access to clean water
_ 2011 saw the faculty take a clean
sweep at the Royal Society of Arts
‘Resourceful Architecture’ awards

Subject areas include:
_ Architecture
_ Interior design
_ Urban cultures
_ Architectural history
_ Cities
_ Sustainability
_ Architecture of rapid change
and scarce resources

The Faculty of Computing offers cutting edge
academic and professional qualifcations
with access to the forefront of research and
practice in the computing industry.
Our Student Enterprise workshops give
students access to world-leaders in the
computing industry with speakers from
Microsoft, Cisco, Apple, Intel and more.
Our in-house multimedia design agency
‘The World of Work’ (WOW) offers
commercial work to our top students and
graduates, providing them with invaluable
experience to build their careers while
they study.
Academic staff are actively involved in
research and consultancy, so teaching is
informed by the latest innovations within
the industry.
_ The faculty regularly holds events
and enterprise workshops where
students can network with some
of the industry’s top technologists,
developers and business leaders
_ We are a Microsoft IT Academy,
a member of the Apple Developer
University Programme and the
Sun Academic Initiative (SAI)

Subject areas include:
_ Computer networking
_ Communications technology
_ Intelligent systems
_ Multimedia systems
_ Knowledge management
_ Mathematics
_ Statistics

At the Faculty of Humanities and Social
Sciences, we aim to provide a supportive
working environment. You can choose from
a range of exciting courses taught by world
experts in their feld.
Our courses involve a careful balance of
theory and practice, enabling our students
to explore a range of dynamic working
opportunities whilst studying here.
The faculty houses several signifcant
research centres and institutes which form
the foundation of one of London’s largest
and most diverse intellectual communities.
Leading academics, thinkers and
professionals regularly come to speak to
students as part of a lively schedule of
events at the University.
_ 80% of research in the Social
work, Social policy and Media and
Communications area was judged to
be ‘world leading’, ‘internationally
excellent’ or ‘internationally
recognised’ in the latest Government
Research Assessment Exercise
_ Our courses are recognised by
professional bodies for education,
health and social care, social
work, youth work and community
development

Subject areas include:
_ Arts
_ Media
_ Social work
_ Social policy
_ Health
_ Languages
_ Education

The Faculty of Law, Governance and
International Relations is one of the largest
academic bodies of its discipline in the UK,
with around 70 specialist academic staff and
a range of excellent courses. We continue to
make the most of our London location by
building strong links with leading legal and
political professionals.
This is part of our commitment to enhance
our students’ employment prospects.
The Law Society and the Bar Council offcially
recognise our LLB programmes as Qualifying
Law Degrees. This means students can go on
to train for professional practice in law.
Our clinical legal opportunities programme
brings students together with city practices
and non-governmental organisations.
Graduates have gone on to a variety of
careers in parliament, the United Nations
and in business.
_ The faculty has a dedicated member of
staff who offers specialist advice to law
students supporting their progression
from student to professional,
improving their employability
_ Students beneft from our
international links with other
universities and our thriving student
community, from our model UN to our
student led law journal ‘Dictum’

Subject areas include:
_ Law
_ Politics
_ International relations
_ Global policy
_ European studies
_ Religion and politics
_ Human rights

The Faculty of Life Sciences has a £30 million
Science Centre, which offers unparalleled
facilities for teaching and research, including
one of the largest open plan laboratories in
Europe.
The rigorous combination of research skills
and teamwork make graduates of this faculty
highly employable. Many graduates go on to
careers in research, education, health, social
work or human resources.
This innovative faculty combines the School of
Psychology and the School of Human Sciences.
The School of Human Sciences
Has close links with local hospitals and with
the pharmaceutical and food industries.
Academic staff run research-based health
clinics for the treatment of chronic illnesses
such as obesity.
The School of Psychology
Has been teaching psychology for more than
40 years. The school applies psychology to a
wide range of areas including forensics, sport,
addiction, counselling and mental health.
_ Our Superlab has become a model
for science labs around the world,
appearing on the BBC several times as
well as informing the design of other
major research centres
_ The School of Psychology has
an extensive suite of networked
psychological teaching laboratories, as
well as further specialist laboratories
for a range of teaching and research

Subject areas include:
_ Health
_ Psychology
_ Nutrition
_ Sports science
_ Biomedical sciences
_ Applied biology
_ Molecular and
pharmaceutical sciences

Real world business activity is integrated
into every course at London Metropolitan
Business School (LMBS). The school has links
with universities and businesses throughout
the globe.
LMBS staff are experts in global business and
management trends, and are highly regarded
within their respective felds.
Students are encouraged to take advantage
of the work experience opportunities
offered within hundreds of national and
international organisations including: Air
France, Arsenal Football Club, Barclays,
BBC Worldwide, BP, HSBC and Virgin.
Research within the Business School is
internationally recognised for its originality,
signifcance and rigour.
_ Nearly 800 students are members of
our thriving London Metropolitan
Entrepreneurs Society, which
encourages and supports student
entrepreneurship
_ The school has links with leading
entrepreneurs and business icons,
who lecture and work directly with
students on real work based projects,
offering them employment advice
and internships

Subject areas include:
_ Finance
_ Business
_ Events
_ Tourism
_ Marketing
_ Management
_ Civil aviation

The Cass is renowned internationally for its
unique range of courses, state-of-the-art
facilities and high quality teaching.
Its mission is to prepare students to be
refective and skilled practitioners in the
creative industries, whatever their chosen
discipline.
The Cass has a wide range of specialist
facilities and equipment. Students exhibit
work throughout the year at a number of
galleries across our campus. Many students
have exhibited at major international
festivals and won prestigious competitions.
At the end of their courses, students exhibit
at the famous Cass Summer Show, one of
the largest showcases of graduate talent
in London.
_ Located off Brick Lane, The Cass
is situated in the heart of London’s
cutting edge arts scene, where world
renowned art galleries sit next to
independent exhibition spaces
_ Staff and students are consistently
recognised for their groundbreaking
work, this year students received
commendations in London Jewellery
Week and the RSA Design awards

Subject areas include:
_ Design and technology
_ Jewellery and silversmithing
_ Media and communications
_ Film and broadcast production
_ Furniture design and
conservation
_ Music technology
_ Fine art

International
London is a global city, and
we are a global university.
London Met has a thriving international
student community. Our student body is
made up of students from more than 150
countries, making London Met one of the
top 10 most popular universities in England
for international students.
While you study with us, students can take
part in the ERASMUS exchange programme.
This means you may be able to study part of
your course in places like the USA, Argentina,
Sweden, Cuba and the UAE.
Every year we visit more than 50 countries
to meet prospective students.
Our International Offce manages enquiries
and applications from EU and Non-EU
students. Get in touch for advice on entry
requirements, fees and more.
International Students:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/international
international@londonmet.ac.uk
EU students:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/europe
europe@londonmet.ac.uk
Advice on working in London:
International students on degree courses are
allowed to work part-time during their studies.
The University also has its own job placement
service as well as a range of internships and
other employment opportunities.

Saba Javaid:
studying part of her BSc Biomedical Sciences
at Freie Universität, Berlin
“ London Met encouraged me
to take up this opportunity
to study abroad and
I love it here! ”

Social life
At university you will
make friends for life.
Joining societies and sports teams is one
of the best ways to meet people. There are
more than 50 to choose from at London Met,
including the Enterprise Society, Dance and
Drama, Philosophy, the Anime Society and
the London Met Feminists.
Our chill-out areas are great for catching up
with friends in-between lectures. We have
10 cosy cafés, free Wi-Fi and comfy lounges.
London Met hosts great live music, comedy
and club nights at our two famous bars,
the Rocket Complex and the Hub, which
are regularly mentioned in the London
Time Out magazine.
_ Discover all about the Students’
Union and societies
_ Students run their own radio station
and magazine at London Met
_ For sports lovers there is football,
basketball, cheerleading and a
whole lot more
_ Our high quality sports facilities
include an Olympic-standard
basketball court

“ Working for the student law
magazine has made a huge
difference to my overall
student life experience.
It’s given me the essential
tools for academic, personal
and social development.”
Kristoffer-James Canlas:
Law student; founder, law student magazine
Dictum; National Union of Students delegate;
intern at a major London law frm.

Money matters
The UK government reports
that university graduates will
on average earn £100,000 more
than non-graduates over their
working lifetime.
At London Met we aim to make your time
at university as affordable as possible.
We have specialist staff who can offer
fnancial advice if you need it.
If you are from the UK or the EU, you can
apply for a student loan for tuition fees
and sometimes for living costs.
There are also grants and bursaries which
you may be eligible for.
Money tips for students:
_ For information on tuition fees:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/
tuitionfees
_ Student Services offers fnancial
advice and information to students
_ We host many job fairs throughout
the year, to help you fnd part-time
work while you study
_ Our online budget planner can help
you plan your income and spending
_ For more on money matters, see:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/advice

Alison Jones:
Administration Manager, Student Services
“ Students come to see us with all
sorts of concerns, ranging from
money problems to health issues.
We help ease these worries by
directing students to the help they
need, leaving them with clear
minds so they can approach their
studies with the rigour necessary
to be a success.”

Accommodation
Coming to university and living in a major
city like London is an exciting prospect.
We can help you fnd somewhere safe,
affordable and comfortable to live.
While at university, most students will either
live in a hall of residence or in private rented
accommodation. There are lots of options
available around London with a variety of
prices and locations.
Our dedicated accommodation offcers are
on hand to help you.
For more advice on fnding long and short-
term accommodation, please contact the
team at our Accommodation Bureau on:
+44 (0)20 7133 3998
accommodation@londonmet.ac.uk

Everything you need to know about
applying to do a course at London Met
can be found here:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/howtoapply
How you apply will depend on the course
you choose and your mode of study, but the
steps below will help guide you.
_ Click on ‘Courses’ on our homepage
and read what’s on offer
_ Create your own personalised
prospectus:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/create
_ Find out what it’s like to be a
London Met student:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/metplayer
_ Come along to our open events,
take a campus tour and speak
to lecturers:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/opendays
_ Or for step-by-step guidance
through the application process
call Admissions:
+44 (0)20 7133 4200
How to apply

“ It’s so rewarding to give
advice to someone when
they come to the Admissions
Offce as a potential student
wanting to embark on a
course - and then to see them
graduating three years later.”
Marcia Steele:
Admissions Enquiry and Information
Offcer, Admissions Offce

Want to fnd
out more?
Discover London Met:
www.londonmet.ac.uk
Our website has all you need to know
about London Met, including student
profles, University events and news,
information on fees and bursaries
and what it’s like to study here.
Create your own prospectus:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/create
Here you can fnd out more about our
courses, identify those that are of interest
to you and create your own personal
prospectus. This process takes just a few
clicks and we will email an electronic
prospectus to you within an hour.
Applying for a course:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/howtoapply
This part of our website has all the
information you need to apply for a
course at London Met. Here you can
ask a question directly to our Admissions
Offce and they will email a response.
Alternatively, you can call:
+44 (0)20 7133 4200
To talk to someone in the Admissions team.

Accounting
_ Accounting and Banking (BA Hons)
_ Accounting and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Accounting and Finance (BA Hons)
Advertising
_ Advertising and Marketing Communications (BA Hons)
_ Advertising, Marketing Communications and
Public Relations (BA Hons)
Architecture and Interior Design
_ Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree)
_ Interior Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Interior Design (BA Hons)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
Art and Design
_ Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree)
_ Art, Media and Design (Extended degree)
_ Computer Animation (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Dance (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Fashion with Textiles (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Fine Art – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons)
_ Graphic Design (BA Hons)
_ Illustration (BA Hons)
_ Interior Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Interior Design (BA Hons)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Photography (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons)
_ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons)
_ Textile Design (BA Hons)
Aviation
_ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management
(Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management
(Pilot Pathway) (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons)
Banking
_ Banking and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Banking and Finance (BA Hons)
_ Business Economics (BA Hons)
_ Business Economics and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Economics (BA Hons)
_ Economics and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons)
_ Financial Services (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Economics (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up)
Biology
_ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biochemistry (BSc Hons)
_ Biological Sciences (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons)
_ Biotechnology (BSc Hons)
_ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 Years) (BSc Hons)
_ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons Top Up)
_ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmacology (BSc Hons)
_ Public Health (BSc Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Sciences Extended degree (Biology, Chemistry, Business
Law, Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
Business
_ Accounting and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Banking and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Business Computing (BSc Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Business Economics (BA Hons)
_ Business Economics and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Business Information Technology (BSc Hons)
Use this section of the guide to quickly fnd which courses we offer under different
subject areas. For example, if you are interested in studying ‘fashion’ as a subject,
looking under ‘Fashion’ in this index will show you a list of relevant courses.
London Metropolitan University - Appendices
Subject area fnder

_ Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Business Management (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Business Management and Business Law (BA Hons)
_ Business Management and Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management (BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Employment Law
(BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Psychology of
Organisations (BA Hons)
_ International Business (BSc Hons)
_ International Business and Business Law (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Economics (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ International Business Management (Extended Degree)
_ International Business Management (BA Hons)
_ International Business Management (BA Hons 1 year
top-up)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ Law and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Business Law (LLB Hons)
_ Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BA Hons)
_ Media Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Media Business Management
(BA Hons)
_ Small Business Enterprise and Entreprenuership
(BA Hons)
_ Social Media (BA Hons)
_ Sports Business Management (BA Hons)
Chemistry
_ Biochemistry (BSc Hons)
_ Chemistry (BSc Hons)
_ Forensic Science (BSc Hons)
_ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons Top Up)
_ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmacology (BSc Hons)
_ Sciences Extended degree (Biology, Chemistry, Health,
Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
Computing and IT
_ Business Computing (BSc Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Business Information Technology (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Animation (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking (BEng Hons)
_ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics
(BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Computing (BSc Hons)
_ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons)
_ Computing Extended degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Digital Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Media Practice - Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons)
_ Social Media (BA Hons)
_ Software Engineering (BEng Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)
Criminology
_ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics
(BSc Hons)
_ Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation
(Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Criminology (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and Community Policing (BSc Hons)
_ Criminology and Law (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and Psychology (BSc Hons)
_ Criminology and Sociology (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and Youth Studies (BA Hons)
_ Forensic Science (BSc Hons)
_ Youth Studies (BSc Hons)
_ Youth Work (BSc Hons)
Cultural Studies
_ Anthropology (BSc Hons)
_ Creative Writing (BA Hons)
_ Creative Writing and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Creative Writing, Film and Television studies (BA Hons)
_ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ English Literature (BA Hons)
London Metropolitan University - Appendices
Subject area fnder

_ English Literature, Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Fine Art – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Graphic Design (BA Hons)
_ Politics (BA Hons)
_ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons)
_ Sociology (BSc Hons)
_ Sociology and Social Policy (BSc Hons)
_ Translation (BA Hons)
_ Youth Studies (BSc Hons)
_ Youth Work (BSc Hons)
Design
_ Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree)
_ Art, Media and Design (Extended degree)
_ Computer Animation (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Fashion with Textiles (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Fine Art – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons)
_ Graphic Design (BA Hons)
_ Illustration (BA Hons)
_ Interior Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Interior Design (BA Hons)
_ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Music Technology – Specialist Routes (BSc Hons)
_ Musical Instruments (BSc Hons)
_ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons)
_ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons)
_ Textile Design (BA Hons)
Economics
_ Business Economics (BA Hons)
_ Business Economics and Finance (BA Hons)
_ Economics (BA Hons)
_ Economics and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons)
_ Financial Services (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Economics (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up)
Education and Teaching
_ Early Childhood Studies (BA Hons)
_ Early Childhood Studies (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Early Years Teaching (BEd Hons)
_ Education Studies (BA Hons)
_ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Montessori Early Childhood Practice
(Foundation degree FDA)
_ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
Engineering
_ Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree)
_ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Computing Extended degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Software Engineering (BEng Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)
English
_ Creative Writing (BA Hons)
_ Creative Writing and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Creative writing, Film and Television studies (BA Hons)
_ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ English Literature (BA Hons)
_ English Literature, Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Journalism and English Literature (BA Hons)
Fashion
_ Fashion Buying and Retailing (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Fashion with Textiles (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons)
_ Textile Design (BA Hons)
Film, Theatre and Music
_ Creative writing, Film and Television studies (BA Hons)
_ English Literature, Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Journalism, Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
Finance
_ Accounting and Finance (BA Hons)
_ Banking and Finance (BA Hons)
_ Business Economics and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Economics (BA Hons)
_ Economics and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Finance (BSc Hons)
_ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons)
London Metropolitan University - Appendices
Subject area fnder

_ Financial Services (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Economics (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up)
Food and Nutrition
_ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) (BSc Hons)
_ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons)
_ Public Health and Social Care (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons)
Furniture, Interiors and Textile Furnishing
_ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree)
_ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons)
_ Interior Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Interior Design (BA Hons)
_ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons)
_ Textile Design (BA Hons)
Health
_ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons)
_ Early Childhood Studies (BA Hons)
_ Early Childhood Studies (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Community Nursing (BSc Hons)
_ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) (BSc Hons)
_ Football and Community Sports Coaching with
Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Health and Social Care (BSc Hons)
_ Health and Social Policy (BSc Hons)
_ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons 1 Year top up)
_ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons)
_ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons)
_ Montessori Early Childhood Practice
(Foundation degree FDA)
_ Nurse Practitioner (BSc Hons)
_ Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy
(Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmacology (BSc Hons)
_ Public Health and Social Care (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Public Health (BSc Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Sciences Extended degree (Biology, Chemistry, Health,
Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year)
_ Sports and Dance Therapy (BSc Hons)
_ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons)
Hospitality
_ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons)
Human Resources
_ Human Resource Management (BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Employment Law
(BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Psychology of
Organisations (BA Hons)
Interior Design
_ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree)
_ Interior Architecture (BA Hons)
_ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Interior Design (BA Hons)
International
_ Diplomacy and International Relations (BA Hons)
_ International Business (BSc Hons)
_ International Business and Business Law (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Economics (BA Hons)
_ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons)
_ International Business Management (Extended degree)
_ International Business Management (BA Hons)
_ International Business Management
(BA Hons 1 year top-up)
_ International Development (BA Hons)
_ International Development and International Relations
(BA Hons)v
_ International Development, Peace and Confict Studies
(BA Hons)
_ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons)
_ International Relations (BA Hons)
_ International Relations and Law (BA Hons)
_ International Relations, Peace and Confict Studies
(BA Hons)
_ International Relations and Politics (BA Hons)
_ International Tourism Management (BA Hons)
_ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons)
Internet
_ Business Computing (BSc Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking (BEng Hons)
London Metropolitan University - Appendices
Subject area fnder

_ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Computing (BSc Hons)
_ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons)
_ Computing Extended Degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons)
_ Social Media (BA Hons)
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)
IT
_ Business Computing (BSc Hons) (1 year top-up)
_ Business Information Technology (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Animation (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking (BEng Hons)
_ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics
(BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Computing (BSc Hons)
_ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons)
_ Computing Extended Degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons)
_ Software Engineering (BEng Hons 1 year top-up)
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)
Jewellery
_ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons)
Journalism
_ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Digital Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Journalism and Education Studies (BA Hons)
_ Journalism and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Journalism and Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Media and Communications and Journalism (BSc Hons)
Languages
_ Translation (BA Hons)
Law
_ Business Law (LLB Hons)
_ Business Management and Business Law (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and Law (BA Hons)
_ Diplomacy and Law (BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Employment Law
(BA Hons)
_ International Business and Business Law (BA Hons)
_ International Foundation Programme
(Preparatory Diploma)
_ International Relations and Law (BA Hons)
_ Law (BA Hons)
_ Law and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons)
Leisure
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Dance (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Football and Community Sports Coaching with
Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy
(Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Sports and Dance Therapy (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons)
_ Tourism and Travel Management (BA Hons)
_ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons)
Management
_ Accounting and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management
(Foundation degree FdSc
_ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management
(Pilot Pathway) (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons)
_ Banking and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Business Management (BA Hons)
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_ Business Management (Foundation Degree FDA)
_ Business Management and Business Law (BA Hons)
_ Business Management and Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Events Management and Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Events Management and Public Relations (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management (BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Employment Law
(BA Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Psychology of
Organisations (BA Hons)
_ International Business Management (Extended Degree)
_ International Business Management (BA Hons)
_ International Business Management
(BA Hons 1 year top-up)
_ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons)
_ International Tourism Management (BA Hons)
_ Law and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BA Hons)
_ Media Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Media Business Management
(BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Events Management (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry Management (BA Hons)
_ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons)
_ Sports Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Tourism and Travel Management (BA Hons)
Marketing and PR
_ Advertising and Marketing Communications (BA Hons)
_ Advertising and Marketing Communications and
Public Relations (BA Hons)
_ Business Management and Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Events Management and Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Events Management and Public Relations (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Public Relations (BA Hons)
_ Social Media (BA Hons)
Mathematics and Statistics
_ Computing Extended degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons)
_ Mathematical Sciences (BSc Hons)
_ Mathematics (BSc Hons)
_ Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Mathematics and Statistics (BSc Hons)
Media and Communications
_ Advertising and Marketing Communications (BA Hons)
_ Advertising, Marketing Communications and
Public Relations (BA Hons)
_ Art, Media and Design (Extended degree)
_ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Events Management and Marketing (BA Hons)
_ Events Management and Public Relations (BA Hons)
_ Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Digital Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Journalism (BA Hons)
_ Journalism and Education Studies (BA Hons)
_ Journalism and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Journalism, Film and Television Studies (BA Hons)
_ Media and Communications (BSc Hons)
_ Media, Communications and Journalism (BSc Hons)
_ Media Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Media Business Management
(BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Events Management (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry Management (BA Hons)
_ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons)
_ Photography (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Social Media (BA Hons)
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)
_ Youth Studies (BSc Hons)
_ Youth Work (BSc Hons)
Medicine
_ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons)
_ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons 1 Year Top Up)
_ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmacology (BSc Hons)
Multimedia
_ Art, Media and Design (Extended degree)
_ Computer Animation (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computing Extended degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Social Media (BA Hons)
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Music and Sound
_ Media Practice - Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Media Business Management
(BA Hons)
_ Music Industry and Events Management (BA Hons)
_ Music Industry Management (BA Hons)
_ Music Technology – Specialist Routes (BSc Hons)
_ Musical Instruments (BSc Hons)
Nursing
_ Community Nursing (BSc Hons)
_ Health and Social Care (BSc Hons)
_ Health and Social Policy (BSc Hons)
_ Nurse Practitioner (BSc Hons)
Pharmaceutical Science
_ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmacology (BSc Hons)
Politics and International Relations
_ Anthropology (BSc Hons)
_ International Development (BA Hons)
_ International Development and International Relations
(BA Hons)
_ International Development, Peace and
Confict Studies (BA Hons)
_ International Relations (BA Hons)
_ International Relations and Law (BA Hons)
_ International Relations, Peace and Confict Studies
(BA Hons)
_ International Relations and Politics (BA Hons)
_ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons)
_ Politics (BA Hons)
Psychology
_ Criminology and Psychology (BSc Hons)
_ Human Resource Management and Psychology of
Organisations (BA Hons)
_ Psychology (BSc Hons)
_ Psychology and Sociology (BSc Hons)
_ Sciences Extended Degree (Biology, Chemistry, Health,
Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year)
_ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons)
Sciences
_ Anthropology (BSc Hons)
_ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biochemistry (BSc Hons)
_ Biological Sciences (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons)
_ Biotechnology (BSc Hons)
_ Chemistry (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) (BSc Hons)
_ Forensic Science (BSc Hons)
_ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons 1 year top up)
_ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons)
_ Mathematical Sciences (BSc Hons)
_ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons)
_ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sciences Extended degree (Biology, Chemistry, Health,
Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year)
_ Social Sciences (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
Silversmithing, Jewellery and Metalwork
_ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons)
Social Studies and Social Work
_ Anthropology (BSc Hons)
_ Community Development and Leadership (BSc Hons)
_ Community Nursing (BSc Hons)
_ Community Work (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation
(Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Criminology (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and (Community) Policing (BSc Hons)
_ Criminology and Law (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and Psychology (BSc Hons)
_ Criminology and Sociology (BA Hons)
_ Criminology and Youth Studies (BA Hons)
_ Early Childhood Studies (BA Hons)
_ Early Childhood Studies (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Education Studies (BA Hons)
_ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Football and Community Sports Coaching with
Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Health and Social Care (BSc Hons)
_ Health and Social Policy (BSc Hons)
_ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons)
_ International Development (BA Hons)
_ International Development and International Relations
(BA Hons)
_ International Development, Peace and Confict Studies
(BA Hons)
_ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons)
_ Montessori Early Childhood Practice
(Foundation degree FDA)
_ Nurse Practitioner (BSc Hons)
_ Public Health and Social Care (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Public Health (BSc Hons 1 year top-up)

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_ Social Sciences (BSc Hons)
_ Social Work (BSc Hons)
_ Sociology (BSc Hons)
_ Sociology and Social Policy (BSc Hons)
_ Youth Studies (BSc Hons)
_ Youth Work (BSc Hons)
Sociology
_ Criminology and Sociology (BA Hons)
_ Psychology and Sociology (BSc Hons)
_ Sociology (BSc Hons)
_ Sociology and Social Policy (BSc Hons)
Sport and Leisure
_ Football and Community Sports Coaching with
Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Sports and Dance Therapy (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Business Management (BA Hons)
_ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons)
Teaching
_ Early Years Teaching (BEd Hons)
_ Education Studies (BA Hons)
_ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons)
_ Football and Community Sports Coaching with
Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Montessori Early Childhood Practice
(Foundation degree FDA)
_ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons)
_ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons)
Technology
_ Computer Animation (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking (BEng Hons)
_ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc
Hons)
_ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Computing (BSc Hons)
_ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons)
_ Computing Extended Degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons)
_ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons)
_ Music Technology – Specialist Routes (BSc Hons)
_ Musical Instruments (BSc Hons)
_ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons)
_ Social Media (BA Hons) Business Law
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)
Tourism
_ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons)
_ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons)
_ International Tourism Management (BA Hons)
_ Tourism and Travel Management (BA Hons)
Transport and Aviation
_ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management
(Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management
(Pilot Pathway) (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons)
_ Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BA Hons)
Web
_ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking (BEng Hons)
_ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics
(BSc Hons)
_ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Science (BSc Hons)
_ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Computing (BSc Hons)
_ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc)
_ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons)
_ Computing Extended Degree (Computing,
Communications Technology, Mathematics)
(Extended degree)
_ Digital Media (BA Hons)
_ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA)
_ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons)
_ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons)
_ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering
(BEng Hons)

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UCAS entry requirements
This index lists our courses alphabetically as follows:
Single Honours degrees
Art and Design Route A
Pre-coded Combined Honours degrees
Foundation degrees
Extended degrees
Collaborative courses
Postgraduate courses
London Metropolitan University
Institution code name: LONMT
Institution code: L68
Contact Details:
166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB
Tel: +44(0)20 7133 4200
admissions@londonmet.ac.uk
www.londonmet.ac.uk
Prospectus Requests:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/create
Applying to UCAS:
UCAS now only accepts online applications
(see www.ucas.com for details). In the UCAS ‘choices’
section, you use the institution code L68 to choose
London Met, and then pick a course code (shown in the
next few pages) for the course or courses for which
you wish to apply.
Campus code means ‘at which campus the course is
taught’ (this might be at our London North or London
City campus, or at an associated or partner college
outside the University). If more than one campus code
is shown, enter the one at which you’d prefer to study.
Campuses and associated/
partner colleges abbreviations:
I City & Islington College
Z City Literary Institute
H Hackney Community College
C London Metropolitan City Campus
N London Metropolitan North Campus
X London Metropolitan University:
City Campus & North Campus
P Montessori Centre International
U The University of Health Sciences Antigua
Explanation of the other abbreviations used in
this section are listed at the end.
For more information on partner colleges:
www.londonmet.ac.uk/londonmet/courses/
partner-colleges.cfm
Single Honours - BA/BA Honours
Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Accounting and Banking NN43 C BA/AFFCM 240
Accounting and Business Management* NNL1 C,N BA/ABM 240
Accounting and Finance N400 C,N BA/Acc 240
Advertising and Marketing Communications N560 N BA/AMC 240
Advertising, Marketing Communications and NPM2 N BA/AMCPR 240
Public Relations
Anthropology L600 C BA/Anth 300
Architecture K100 N BA/Arch 300
Banking and Business Management NN31 C BA/BBMgt 240
Banking and Finance N300 C BA/BAF 240
Business Economics L103 C BA/BusEc 240
Business Management N200 C,N BA/BM 240
Business Management and Business Law MN2F N BA/BMBL 240
Business Management and Marketing NN15 C,N BA/BMM 240
Creative Writing W800 N BA/CrWr 260*
Creative Writing and English Literature WQV3 N BA/CWEL 260
For most courses, except where stated, you should apply through UCAS for full-time
study starting in September. For any that start in January, or any part-time course,
you need to apply direct to the University. See each online course page for details.

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Creative Writing and Journalism WP85 N BA/CWJ 260
Creative Writing, Film and Television Studies WP83 N BA/CWFTS 260
Criminology and Law MM1X C BA/CRLA 260
Digital Journalism* P503 N BA/DJ 280
Digital Media G455 N BA/DM 280
Diplomacy and International Relations* L251 C BA/DIR 240
Diplomacy and Law* M104 C BA/DipLaw 240
Economics L100 C BA/Econ 240
Education Studies X300 N BA/Ed 240
Education Studies and English Literature XQ33 N BA/EdStE 260
English Literature Q320 N BA/EngLit 260
English Literature, Film and Television Studies QPH3 N BA/ELFTS 260
Events Management and Marketing NN85 N BA/EMMkt 240
Events Management and Public Relations NP82 N BA/EMPR 240
Fashion Buying and Retailing* N240 N BA/FBR 240
Fashion Marketing N590 N BA/FMkt 240
Fashion Marketing and Business Management NN1N N BA/FMBM 240
Fashion Marketing and Journalism NP5M N BA/FMJ 260
Film and Television Studies P303 N BA/FTS 260
Financial Services N340 C BA/FServ 240
Human Resource Management N600 N BA/HRM 240
Human Resource Management and NM62 N BA/HRMEL 240
Employment Law*
Human Resource Management and the NCP8 N BA/HRMPO 240
Psychology of Organisations*
International Business and Business Law MNF1 N BA/IBBL 240
International Business and Economics LN1C C BA/IBE 240
International Business Management N120 C,N BA/IntBus
International Business Management (Top-Up)^ N295 C,N BA/IBM1 N/A
International Development L901 C BA/IntD 240
International Development and LL9F C BA/GEDPGI 240
International Relations
International Development, Peace and LLY2 C BA/DSPCS 260
Confict Studies
International Financial Services (Top-Up)^ N390 C BA/IFS1 N/A
International Hospitality Management N220 N BA/IHM 240
International Relations L250 C BA/IR 240
International Relations and Law ML1F C BA/PGILA 240
International Relations and Politics LL2F C BA/PGIPGA 240
International Relations, Peace and Confict Studies L292 C BA/IRPCS 240
International Tourism Management N840 N BA/SHIntTM 240
Journalism P502 N BA/jour 260
Journalism and Education Studies* PX53 N BA/JEdSt 240
Journalism and English Literature* PQ53 N BA/JEng 260
Journalism, Film and Television Studies* PPM3 N BA/JFilm 260
Law M101 C BA/Law 240
Law and Business Management MN11 C BA/LawBM 240
Logistics and Supply Chain Management J960 N BA/LSCM 240
Marketing N500 C,N BA/Mkt 240
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UCAS entry requirements

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Media Business Management* NP23 C,N BA/MBM 240
Music Industry and Events Management NP83 N BA/MIEM 240
Music Industry and Media Business Management* WN39 C,N BA/MIMBM 240
Music Industry Management* W300 N BA/MIM 240
Politics L200 C BA/Polit 240
Public Relations P210 N BA/PR 240
Small Business Enterprise and Entrepreneurship NN2C C BA/SBEE 240
Social Media* L902 N BA/SocM 280
Sports Business Management N222 N BA/SpMgt 240
Tourism and Travel Management* N832 N BA/TTM 240
Translation Q910 C BA TransS 260

Single Honours - BEd/BEd Honours - QTS

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Early Years Teaching X121 N BEd/EYT 280

Single Honours - BEng/BEng Honours

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points*
Computer Networking G420 N BEng/CNet 220
Computer Systems Engineering HG65 N BEng/CSE 220
Electronic and Communications Engineering H641 N BEng/ECE 220
Software Engineering (Top-up)* G600 N BEng/SE N/A
Telecommunications and Network Engineering HG6K N BEng/TNE 220

Single Honours - BSc/BSc Honours

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Applied Biomedical Science C910 N BSc/ABS TBC
Aviation and Aerospace Management H490 C BSc/AAM 240
Biochemistry C700 N BSc/Bioc 240
Biological Sciences C120 N BSc/BioS 240
Biomedical Science B900 N BSc/BiomS 300
Biomedical Science leading to an MD B900 N BSc/BiomS 320
Biotechnology* J700 N BSc/Biotec 240
Business Computing (Top-Up)^ G501 N BSc/BC1 N/A
Business Economics and Finance L102 C BSc/EcFin 240
Business Information Technology G510 N BSc/BIT 200
Chemistry F100 N BSc/Chem 240
Community Development and Leadership* L800 C BSc/CDL 280
Computer Animation G450 N BSc/CA 200
Computer Forensics and IT Security G552 N BSc/CGITS 200
Computer Games Modelling and Design GG56 N BSc/CGM 200
Computer Games Programming GG47 N BSc/CGP 240
Computer Networking and Computer Forensics GG54 N BSc/CNCF 220
Computer Networking and IT Security GG4M N BSc/CNITS 220
Computer Science G402 N BSc/CompS 220
Computing G401 N BSc/Comp 200
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UCAS entry requirements

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Computing and Computer Networking G490 N BSc/CCN 220
Criminology M930 C BSc/Crim 260
Criminology and Community Policing* LN32 C BSc/CommP 260
Criminology and Psychology CM8X C BSc/CPsy 300
Criminology and Sociology ML93 C BSc/CSoc 260
Criminology and Youth Studies* ML95 C,N BSc/CYSt 260
Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) B401 N BSc/HumND 300
Economics and Finance* LN1J C BSc/EcFin 240
Finance N301 C BSc/Fin 240
Financial Mathematics NG31 N BSc/FM 200
Forensic Science F410 N BSc/FS 240
Health and Social Care* L590 N BSc/HSC 280
Health and Social Policy L492 N BSc/HSP 280
Herbal Medicinal Science B342 N BSc/HMSTup N/A
(Top-Up - Level 6 entry only)
Human Nutrition B400 N BSc/HumN 240
International Business N121 C BSc/IntB 240
International Business and Finance* NNCH C BSc/IBF 240
Mathematical Sciences G101 N BSc/MS 200
Mathematics G100 N BSc/Math 200
Mathematics and Computer Science* GGC4 N BSc/MCS 200
Mathematics and Statistics GG13 N BSc/MaSt 200
Media and Communications* PPH9 N BSc/MComms 280
Media, Communications and Journalism* PP35 N BSc/MCommJ 280
Medical Bioscience C900 N BSc/MB 240
Pharmaceutical Science B230 N BSc/PhS 240
Pharmacology B210 N BSc/Phar 240
Psychology C800 C BSc/Ps 300
Psychology and Sociology CL83 C BSC/PsyAS 300
Restoration and Conservation J500 C BSc/ResCon 280
Social Sciences* LLP3 C,N BSc/SocSc 280
Social Work L500 N BSc/SocWk 280
Sociology L302 N BSc/Socio 280
Sociology and Social Policy LL4J N BSC/SSP 280
Sport Psychology and Coaching* XC18 N BSc/SCPsy 240
Sports and Dance Therapy CW65 N BSc/SDT 220
Sports Science C603 N BSc/SpSci 200
Sports Science and Physical Education* CX63 N BSc/SSPE 220
Sports Therapy CB63 N BSc/ST 280
Youth Studies L531 N BSc/YS 280
Youth Work L530 N BSc/YW 280
Single Honours - LLB/LLB Honours

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Business Law M221 C LLB/BusLaw 300
Law (with International Relations) M1L2 C LLB/LIR 300

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UCAS entry requirements

Art and Design - Route A (Simultaneous) - BA/BSc Honours
Application deadline: 15 January 2012
Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Fine Art W101 C BA/FinArt 280
Fine Art (Mixed Media) W280 C BA/FAMM 280
Fine Art (Painting) W120 C BA/FAP 280
Fine Art (Photography) W641 C BA/FAPH 280
Fine Art (Printmaking) W140 C BA/FAPR 280
Fine Art (Sculpture and Installation) W130 C BA/FASI 280
Furniture and Product Design W260 C BA/FPD 280
Graphic Design W214 C BA/GDes 280
Illustration W220 C BA/Ill 280
Interior Architecture W250 N BA/IA 280
Interior Design WK21 C BA/IDes 280
Jewellery and Silversmithing W724 C BA/JSilv 280
Media Practice P301 C BA/MedPra 280
Media Practice (Animation)* W615 C BA/MPAE 280
Media Practice (Film and Broadcast Production)* P313 C BA/MPFBP 280
Media Practice (Lenscraft)* P392 C BA/MPLens 280
Music Technology (Audio Systems)* P3J9 C BSc/MTASys 280
Music Technology (Music Production)* W390 C BSc/MTMP 280
Music Technology (Sound for Media)* J930 C BSc/MTSM 280
Musical Instruments J952 C BSc/MIins 280
Textile Design W2J4 C BA/TexDes 280

Extended Degree Courses - Including Foundation Year

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Art, Media, Design Extended Degree ƒ W000 C BA/AMDf 120

Foundation Degree

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Furniture WJ2M C FdA/Furn 200
Interior Design W251 C FdA/InD 200

Foundation Degree

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Airport and Airline Organisation and Management HNK8 C FdSc/AAOM 120
Airport and Airline Organisation and Management HNL8 C FdSc/AAOMP 120
(Pilot Pathway)
Community Work* L540 C FdA/CW 260
Computing and Business Information Technology* I100 N FdSc/CBIT 120
Public Health and Social Care LL45 N FdA/PHSC 260
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UCAS entry requirements

Extended Degree Courses - Including Foundation Year

Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Architecture and Interior Design Extended degree KW12 N BA/AID 120
Business Management (with Foundation Year)*ƒ N101 C,N BA/BMf N/A
Computing Extended Degree GP4X N BSc/CCCTM N/A
(Computing, Communications Technology,
Mathematics, Multimedia)*ƒ
International Business Management N123 C,N BA/IBMf N/A
(with Foundation Year)*ƒ
Sciences Extended Degree - Biology, Chemistry, CF11 N BSc/BCF N/A
Health, Psychology ƒ
Collaborative Courses - Foundation Degree
Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation F411 I FdSc/CSFI N/A
Dance W500 I FdA/Da N/A
Digital Media Design* W283 I FdA/DMD N/A
Early Childhood Studies X945 H,I FdA/ECS N/A
Fashion with Textiles W230 I FdA/Fash N/A
Football and Community Sports Coaching CX6D I FdSc/FCSC N/A
with Arsenal FC
Montessori Early Childhood Practice* X311 P FdA/MECP N/A
Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy C605 I FdSc/PFT N/A
Photography W640 I FdA/Phot N/A

Single Honours - M Eng (Integrated Bachelors/Masters)
Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points°
Network Management and Security GG45 N MEng/NMS 300
Non-UCAS Courses
Course Title
Community Nursing (BSc/DipHE top-up)
Early Childhood Studies (BA)
International Foundation Programme
Nurse Practitioner (BSc)
Public Health (BSc Top-Up)
* Subject to approval. Please check website (www.ucas.com) for changes
^ Top-up course. Only those who have previously studied at higher education level should apply
ƒ Includes a foundation year (year 0)
° Additional requirements apply
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UCAS entry requirements

London Metropolitan University - Appendices
Conditions
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is available upon request – please contact
Admissions to obtain a copy.
This guide is provided for illustration purposes only
and does not constitute or form part of any invitation,
offer, acceptance or contractual term between London
Metropolitan University (‘the University’) and any
other person. The University gives no warranty or
representation (nor shall any be implied) that any of the
courses, facilities or other matters in this guide are, or
will be, available to any person. The University reserves
the right to amend or withdraw without notice and at
its entire discretion any of the courses, facilities or other
matters contained or referred to in this guide.
The University does not provide education to UK
undergraduates on a commercial basis and receives public
funds for which it is accountable and which it must use
in an effcient and cost-effective manner. If a course is
discontinued, the University will make all reasonable
efforts to fnd students a place on a suitable alternative
course. The campus location of teaching is indicated in
the prospectus but the University reserves the right to
alter the location and modules may be taught at either
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promotes, equal opportunities in all respects.
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From time to time changes are made in syllabuses and
course structures and content; new courses may be
introduced and others discontinued. Such changes will
be incorporated in subsequent editions of this prospectus
and applicants should enquire as to the up-to-date
position when they need to know this.
The University reserves the right not to start proposed
new courses and not to accept fresh intakes into
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We put you, our students, at the centre of all we do. We stand out because we offer courses of quality, in a vibrant, socially diverse environment, which will help launch your career. Our teachers are passionate about inspiring you, and our courses are designed to prepare you for your future career. London Met has a thriving multinational, multicultural community. Here you will meet and study with people from around the world, who will enrich your learning and help you grow.

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Underpinning all we do is an absolute commitment to quality: _ London Met was awarded the highest accolade from the UK government’s Quality Assurance Agency in 2011 for our academic standards _ Over 2/3 of our research within the latest official Research Assessment Exercise was judged to be ‘internationally recognised’, ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world leading’ _ Our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint was recognised in 2011 with the prestigious Carbon Trust Standard

” Jessica Elliot: BSc Sports Therapy. 2006.“ London Met changed my life. Winner. Spirit of London award 2010 . founder of two London dance schools. It helped me develop my business and get me where I am today.

tissues and the relationship of body systems in health. electrophoresis and ELISA. medical microbiology and the opportunity to select areas such as virology or biochemical toxicology. This degree is accredited by the IBMS University – contact Admissions for (Institute of Biomedical Science). Level 3 topics include: Final year topics include more in depth study of the major disciplines including clinical biochemistry. genetics. Researcher Sept part-time: apply direct to the and within other scientific laboratories. our graduates will be embark on a career paths such as trainee UCAS code: Sept full-time: apply through UCAS Health Care Scientists/Biomedical Scientists. The course is designed to incorporate the study of life processes in relation to health and identifying disease and its causes. functioning and analysis of biological fluids. C or above laboratories (or equivalent). Clinical Scientist. an application form. cellular pathology and molecular biology. Course information Start date Full-time Sept Yes Jan No Length 3 yrs Single Yes Joint No Part-time Yes No 4 yrs Yes No Course structure Three levels. cells. Appropriate Foundation/ biomedical science. diagnostic techniques introducing core discipline areas such as haematology. Subjects covered are broadly similar to the pre-clinical components of a medical degree. microbial biology. or a BTEC ND in Science with MMM and 4 merits biochemistry.Faculty of Life Sciences Biomedical Science BSc Hons – Single Biomedical science is health care/research based science and its practical application. investigate and monitor pathological processes and treatment strategies. excluding common molecular biology. The introduction of a variety of biomedical science disciplines will be explored for example. or broad introduction to the Life 240 points from 2 A levels (Applied Sciences covering key concepts including. course delivery includes ample Entry requirements opportunities for practical work in In addition to the University’s standard entry requirements. you will hands on experience on a wide range of research techniques which are widely used in current Life Science research including spectrophotometry. (continued overleaf) call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. subjects) in science. disease. PLUS 1 of the Level 1 topics include: following: 240 points from 2 or During this year you will gain a more A levels. also placed on developing the basic Applicants with Advanced Dip.uk Level 2 topics include: In year 2 you will continue your studies in greater depth and begin to specialise. infection and immunity.ac. During practical sessions.uk . each of 120 credits. biology of disease. and the environment. PLUS both the gym and sports science GCSE English and Maths. for Taught at North campus: Tower Building further academic questions. laboratory skills and data qualifications 240 UCAS points or manipulations requires as a budding more. contact: Nick Gardiner science@londonmet. Advanced Diplomas must This year also provides an have Chemistry. PCR.ac. An emphasis is Access courses considered. as well as an introduction to the key principles of skills. Please contact Admissions or. introduction to the essential data handling and laboratory skills Further information required by all Forensic Scientists. As well as class-based teaching. You will undertake an independent in-depth research project of your choice in an area within of the Schools varied research interests.londonmet. With the growing demand for biomedical expertise. including C grade or above in Biology and Chemistry. provide a focused experience of the structure. cell and in the final year.

and pharmaceuticals development. Practical skills are summatively assessed through the coursework assignments. journalism. essays. Graduates have found work with companies such as Boots. and cumulative exams. foodstuffs. coursework. Graduates’ analytical. problem solving exercises. management. veterinary laboratories. The programme is also an excellent preparation for further research or study. numerical and communication skills are also in demand in other careers such as accountancy. What our students say ‘LondonMet helped me build a new future. I now feel academically proficient to pursue a career in research or continue studying within the medical field. and marketing. disease surveillance). practical reports.ac. blood banks. exams and seminar presentations. information abstracting and reviewing exercises. the NHS and various hospitals as Health Care Assistants.londonmet. education and specialised laboratory work.uk . including those in the final Project module.’ call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. Career opportunities Graduates find careers in hospital laboratories to support the work of clinicians and general practitioners. Phlebotomists and Biomedical Scientists. group work. Professional accreditation Students are eligible for Associate Membership of the Institute of Biomedical Science and Associate Membership of the Society of Biology. Data handling skills are assessed by. Many students also use this type of course as an entry point into the competitive world of graduate medical studies. debates. poster presentations. The skills learnt are also applicable to public health (water. Deciding to return to full time education later in life was a big challenge but it has become a very exciting and valuable experience with increasing knowledge and understanding of my chosen subject biomedical science. medical research. forensics.Biomedical Science (ctd) Assessment During your studies you will undertake a variety of assessment techniques from self diagnostic testing.

ac. for the USA graduates will points from three A levels. you of Health Sciences Antigua (UHSA) and allows students to study for two should also have GCSE English and degrees at the same time.evans@londonmet. If you wish to be kept informed about the changes to this course please contact Dr Julie Evans via: julie. levels (Applied subjects) in science. functioning and analysis of biological fluids. the licensing exams of the General 320 points from at least two A Medical Council of the UK. microbial biology. as well as an excluding common skills. Antigua Health Care Scientists/Biomedical Scientists. our graduates will be embark on a career paths such as trainee Science Centre and UHSA. Successful applicants end of 6 years. also placed on developing the basic opportunities for practical work in Applicants with Advanced Diploma both the gym and sports science laboratory skills and data qualifications should also achieve a laboratories manipulations required as a budding minimum of 320 UCAS points from biomedical scientist. course introduction to the key principles of appropriate Foundation or Access biomedical science. In addition to the University’s This unique international degree is offered in conjunction with the University standard entry requirements. cell and Course structure Distinctions in the final year.g. At the equivalent). or a BTEC National Diploma in Science with DDD and at least six biochemistry. Taught at disease. With the growing demand for biomedical North campus: Tower Building/ expertise. Researcher and within other scientific laboratories.ac. This year also a completed Diploma. the accredited BSc Biomedical Sciences at London Maths at grade C or above (or Metropolitan University and an international MD awarded by UHSA. The course is designed to incorporate the study of life processes Sept part-time: apply direct to the in relation to health and identifying disease and its causes. should take level 3 qualifications in Sciences covering key concepts Course information Start date Full-time Sept Yes Jan No Length 6 yrs Single Yes Part-time Yes No N/A Yes including.Faculty of Life Sciences Biomedical Sciences leading to MD BSc Hons – Single PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent changes instigated by the General Medical Council (GMC) of the UK this course is currently undergoing programme revision in order to meet the new eligibility criteria for taking PLAB on successful completion. which need to take the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) for which must include a minimum B grade in UHSA graduates have a success rate of over 90%. As molecular biology. or at least graduates would need to take the PLAB. each of 120 credits. As soon as the GMC approves the new course content/structure we will publish details of the new programme here. to practice in the UK Biology and Chemistry. cells. investigate and University – contact Admissions for monitor pathological processes and treatment strategies. Clinical Scientist. genetics.uk Biomedical science is health care /research based science and its practical UCAS code: Sept full-time: apply through UCAS application. (continued overleaf) call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www.uk . provide a focused experience of the structure. tissues and the relationship of body systems in health. and the environment. You broad introduction to the Life Scientists. This degree is accredited by the IBMS Entry requirements (Institute of Biomedical Science). An emphasis is delivery includes ample courses will also be considered. graduates will have two qualifications and in addition will are normally expected to achieve need to undertake the licensing examinations to enable them to practice one of the following: at least 320 medicine in whichever country they choose e. but must also Level 1 topics include: provides an introduction to the meet the science entry essential data handling and During this year you will gain a laboratory skills required by all requirements described above. Subjects covered are broadly similar to the pre-clinical components of a medical degree. an application form.londonmet. Three levels. Entry from well as class-based teaching.

Canada.londonmet. electrophoresis and ELISA. their knowledge about medical training. The interview assesses their general motivation and commitment to training as a doctor. Due to the interest in this programme from assessed by regular examinations. UHSA has wellIn addition you will take further established links with excellent courses towards your MD by again teaching hospitals in these taking an intensive two-month countries and has supported over summer school in Antigua and 3. Further information Please contact Admissions or. This clinical rotation can be taken in hospitals in the USA.ac. cellular pathology and molecular biology. Level 2 topics include: In year 2 you will continue your studies in greater depth and begin to specialise. UHSA are actively seeking opportunities for Level 3 topics include: students to undertake their clinical Final year topics include more in depth study of the major disciplines placement in UK hospitals. infection and immunity. Interviews Applicants who meet the academic requirements for this programme are invited for interview. diagnostic techniques introducing core discipline areas such as haematology. During practical sessions. you will hands on experience on a wide range of research techniques which are widely used in current Life Science research including spectrophotometry. students living in the UK. On successful completion of the BSc Biomedical Sciences degree (you must obtain a minimum 2:1 grade) and successfully passing all the assessments during the three summer schools. UK or Puerto Rica.700 graduates to achieve their taking modules involving lectures. You will also attend a further summer school in Antigua taking courses towards your MD qualification with UHSA. students will then spend a further academic year in Antigua at the UHSA campus completing the Basic Sciences part of their MD programme. PCR.uk . You will undertake an independent in-depth research project of your choice in an area within of the Schools varied research interests. practicals and workshops at the UHSA campus. After successful completion of this year students then undertake two years of clinical rotations in hospitals. including clinical biochemistry. contact: medicine@londonmet.uk In addition you will start working towards your MD by taking an intensive two-month summer school in Antigua and taking modules involving lectures. These courses will be working in hospitals. (continued overleaf) call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. medical microbiology and the opportunity to select areas such as virology or biochemical toxicology. These courses will be assessed by regular examinations.Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (ctd) Biology and Chemistry in addition to your Advanced Diploma. any relevant volunteer experience and their interest in relevant issues such as medical ethics. MD status who are currently practicals and workshops at the UHSA campus.ac. for further academic questions. which can also be carried out by telephone. The introduction of a variety of biomedical science disciplines will be explored for example. The interview is an essential part of the Admissions procedure. biology of disease.

ac. including • Family Medicine those in the final Project module. debates.uk . 30 weeks in these sub-specialties of core rotations. exams and seminar specialties and rotate for a further presentations.ac.uhsa. Data handling skills are assessed by. essays. • Anaesthesiology • ENT • Orthopaedics • Cardiology • Gastroenterology • Pathology • Clinical Care • Infectious Diseases • Neurology • Epidemiology • Emergency Medicine • Ophthalmology For a full list of electives and further academic information about the MD programme please email medicine@londonmet. Advice about rotations will be given by the Dr Cherry Galaport who supervises all clinical rotations.londonmet. This will form the foundation of the practical reports. poster then required to select subpresentations.ag call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. • General Surgery coursework.uk or visit www. Students can select (continued overleaf) their clinical electives from a wide choice offered below. group work. and cumulative • Obstetrics and exams. information abstracting framework. after which students are and reviewing exercises.In the first clinical year students will Assessment undertake 48 weeks of core clinical During your studies you will rotations in the areas of: undertake a variety of assessment techniques from self-diagnostic • Internal Medicine testing. Practical skills are Gynaecology/Paediatrics summatively assessed through the • Psychiatry coursework assignments. problem solving student’s clinical educational exercises.

UHSA has a 90% pass rate for their graduates with regards to the USMLE and graduates have also been successful in passing the PLAB exams. management. Graduates’ analytical. numerical and communication skills are also in demand in other careers such as accountancy. foodstuffs. which is required by all MDs who study outside of the UK regardless of which country.londonmet. On completion of the five-year programme you will be awarded an MD degree by UHSA. I now feel academically proficient to pursue a career in research or continue studying within the medical field. and marketing. Many students also use this type of course as an entry point into the competitive world of graduate medical studies. education and specialised laboratory work. On achieving their MD.ac. The programme is also an excellent preparation for further research or study. In order to practice in the USA you would need to take the USLME. Phlebotomists and Biomedical Scientists. blood banks. The course is designed to meet the academic and clinical placement requirements to practice medicine in any country. What our students say ‘LondonMet helped me build a new future. For example.Career opportunities Graduates find careers in hospital laboratories to support the work of clinicians and general practitioners. journalism. in the UK you would need to take the General Medical Council exams known as PLAB.’ call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. and pharmaceuticals development. veterinary laboratories. The skills learnt are also applicable to public health (water. the NHS and various hospitals as Health Care Assistants. Deciding to return to full time education later in life was a big challenge but it has become a very exciting and valuable experience with increasing knowledge and understanding of my chosen subject biomedical science. however this international medical degree is not accredited specifically by any country. disease surveillance).uk . medical research. graduates would then need to individually take the licensing exam in order to be eligible to practice in a particular country. Graduates have found work with companies such as Boots. forensics.

There are also examinations at the end of each semester. or a BTEC ND transfusion science. C or above handling and laboratory skills (or equivalent). or Specialist topics include metabolic 240 points from 2 A levels (Applied biochemistry. (continued overleaf) Part-time Yes No 4+ yrs Yes UCAS code: Sept full-time: apply through UCAS Course structure Sept part-time: apply direct to the Three levels. excluding common pathology and immunology. of the art research techniques such qualifications 240 UCAS points or as gene cloning and amplification of more. including C grade or Level 2 topics include: above in Biology and Chemistry. Advanced Diplomas must DNA and advanced microbiology have Chemistry. the pharmaceutical industry and health and safety. for further academic questions. undertake an independent year long research project of your choice in an area of the School’s research interests in an appropriate fields related to medicine. PLUS 1 of the required by all Life Scientists. You will also begin to understand Entry requirements how macromolecules drive cellular In addition to the University’s processes.uk . skills. poster presentations and seminar presentations. Further information Please contact Admissions or.ac. molecular and cellular in the final year. including those in the project module.londonmet. Level 1 topics include: You will study basic chemical Taught at processes and how common North campus: Tower Building chemicals interact with each other. clinical biochemistry and medical microbiology. microbial in Science with MMM and 4 merits physiology. techniques. This year also provides an standard entry requirements.Faculty of Life Sciences Medical Bioscience BSc Hons Hons – Single Course information Start date Full-time Sept Yes Jan No Length 3 yrs Single Yes Medical bioscientists graduate with a broad knowledge base encompassing deep understanding of the scientific basis of health and disease. Appropriate Foundation/ Research skills topics will give you Access courses considered.uk Level 3 topics include: Areas of final year study include biomedical topics including developmental and systems pathology.ac. the opportunity to understand state Applicants with Advanced Dip. bio-analytical medical genetics and forensic units. contact science@londonmet. PLUS introduction to the essential data GCSE English and Maths. haematology and subjects) in science. Assessment The help and guidance provided by staff provides formative feedback in tutorials and practical classes throughout the course. You will call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. practical reports. This exciting course will allow you to develop technical and transferable skills and competencies in a range of specialist areas. information abstracting and reviewing exercises. Practical skills are summatively assessed through the coursework assignments. problem solving exercises. You will be equipped for careers in areas as diverse as the medical and allied research institutes. health agency laboratories. each of 120 credits. Data handling skills are assessed by. University – contact Admissions for an application form. following: 240 points from 2 or more A levels.

depending on degree classification.uk . What our students say “Very good lectures. delivered well and I understood (them). university and charitable body research institutes.londonmet. bioethics and education provide further opportunities.ac.” Professional accreditation / exemption Eligibility for Graduate or Associate Membership of the Society of Biology.Medical Bioscience (ctd) Career opportunities Careers encompass research and technical support in national. work in government departments and public health agencies. call admissions on 020 7133 4200 | www. Interesting subjects as they relate to daily living and not just theory. Medical information science. support for the pharmaceutical trial environments. and in medical genetics.

but how about this? _ Around 8 million people. Location London is amazing. Our main campus sits alongside the Emirates Stadium. and is one of the financial centres of the world. with an incredible choice of entertainment.London is the largest city in Europe. beautiful parks and independent shops. over 150 ancient monuments and around 240 museums . City Campus Our City campus has a prime location in the heart of the City of London and the vibrant Aldgate area of east London.000 cafés and 4. 3.000 music performances and 200 festivals held in London every year _ 4 world heritage sites. Artists and professionals rub shoulders in this unique and exciting part of the capital. nightlife and entertainment. It’s hard to know where to start with London. North Campus Our North London campus in Islington sits within a multicultural community.000 open spaces and 149 parks _ Around 6. It has more international visitors per year than any other capital city.000 restaurants. over 300 languages spoken _ 3. London offers students an unrivalled choice of culture. full of history. is the home to Premiership football team Arsenal. which as football fans will know.000 pubs _ An estimated 32. full of lively bars. London Met’s buildings are dotted around London but we have two principle campuses. Brimming with history. It is a truly 24-hour city.

Indian advertising agency .” Gaurav Dhakad: MA Mass Communications. was born in Britain and continues to be revolutionised here. founder. 2005.“ I chose London because it’s such a multicultural city and also because advertising. the subject I studied.

which is one of the largest teaching labs in Europe _ A mock courtroom that helps our law students prepare for the real world _ The Technology Tower which houses seven floors of computers _ We have free Wi-Fi. interpreting and multi-media suites _ Our Graduate Centre is an architectural icon designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind _ The internationally renowned Women’s Library. Our Student Services team specialises in giving advice and support. find a quiet corner for individual study or use our media booths and communal lounges for group study. visas and more. Our spectacular newly refurbished library on Holloway Road is a superb meeting and study area where students can use state-of-the-art work stations. Just some of our facilities include: _ A £30 million science centre.We have seven libraries in total. a simulated Bloomberg trading floor. the UK’s most extensive collection of women’s history _ The Trades Union Congress Library Collections. the premier centre for the study of trades unions and the world of work Studying here London Met has dedicated staff and specialised facilities to make your student experience the best it can be. They also offer career advice to help you find a job. money management. This team can help with accommodation. .

2009. which was recently sold to major social media company Lockerz. founder. .“ The support at London Met is second to none. photo sharing website Plixi.” Sean Callahan: MBA. The MBA has helped me to apply theories in real-life work situations.

Governance and International Relations _ Faculty of Life Sciences _ London Metropolitan Business School _ Sir John Cass Faculty of Art.Faculties There are seven academic faculties at London Met. Media and Design . each drawing on a wealth of experience and knowledge. _ Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design _ Faculty of Computing _ Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities _ Faculty of Law.

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This year our projects helped a community in India to improve sanitation and access to clean water _ 2011 saw the faculty take a clean sweep at the Royal Society of Arts ‘Resourceful Architecture’ awards . Our Live Projects happen locally and around the world in places such as Cuba. architectural assistants. Graduates go on to work as architects. India. interior designers or in related fields of research. and combine experimentation and research with extensive practical experience. The faculty enjoys close links with the people and organisations that shape London. Our internationally renowned faculty aims to give students the skills and confidence needed to become respected professionals. China and Iran. Teaching staff come from some of London’s most exciting architectural practices. _ The faculty has a strong academic agenda with emphasis on design in contemporary culture and areas subject to social deprivation and political change.The Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design gives students the practical skills and confidence needed to excel in the profession. journalism and procurement.

Subject areas include: _ Architecture _ Interior design _ Urban cultures _ Architectural history _ Cities _ Sustainability _ Architecture of rapid change and scarce resources .

a member of the Apple Developer University Programme and the Sun Academic Initiative (SAI) .The Faculty of Computing offers cutting edge academic and professional qualifications with access to the forefront of research and practice in the computing industry. providing them with invaluable experience to build their careers while they study. Our in-house multimedia design agency ‘The World of Work’ (WOW) offers commercial work to our top students and graduates. so teaching is informed by the latest innovations within the industry. developers and business leaders _ We are a Microsoft IT Academy. _ The faculty regularly holds events and enterprise workshops where students can network with some of the industry’s top technologists. Our Student Enterprise workshops give students access to world-leaders in the computing industry with speakers from Microsoft. Academic staff are actively involved in research and consultancy. Apple. Cisco. Intel and more.

Subject areas include: _ Computer networking _ Communications technology _ Intelligent systems _ Multimedia systems _ Knowledge management _ Mathematics _ Statistics .

youth work and community development . The faculty houses several significant research centres and institutes which form the foundation of one of London’s largest and most diverse intellectual communities. we aim to provide a supportive working environment. Social policy and Media and Communications area was judged to be ‘world leading’. social work. _ 80% of research in the Social work. health and social care.At the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. You can choose from a range of exciting courses taught by world experts in their field. ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘internationally recognised’ in the latest Government Research Assessment Exercise _ Our courses are recognised by professional bodies for education. thinkers and professionals regularly come to speak to students as part of a lively schedule of events at the University. Leading academics. enabling our students to explore a range of dynamic working opportunities whilst studying here. Our courses involve a careful balance of theory and practice.

Subject areas include: _ Arts _ Media _ Social work _ Social policy _ Health _ Languages _ Education .

The Law Society and the Bar Council officially recognise our LLB programmes as Qualifying Law Degrees. Governance and International Relations is one of the largest academic bodies of its discipline in the UK. improving their employability _ Students benefit from our international links with other universities and our thriving student community. This is part of our commitment to enhance our students’ employment prospects.The Faculty of Law. with around 70 specialist academic staff and a range of excellent courses. This means students can go on to train for professional practice in law. the United Nations and in business. We continue to make the most of our London location by building strong links with leading legal and political professionals. _ The faculty has a dedicated member of staff who offers specialist advice to law students supporting their progression from student to professional. Our clinical legal opportunities programme brings students together with city practices and non-governmental organisations. Graduates have gone on to a variety of careers in parliament. from our model UN to our student led law journal ‘Dictum’ .

Subject areas include: _ Law _ Politics _ International relations _ Global policy _ European studies _ Religion and politics _ Human rights .

social work or human resources. Many graduates go on to careers in research. The rigorous combination of research skills and teamwork make graduates of this faculty highly employable. _ Our Superlab has become a model for science labs around the world. health. addiction. The school applies psychology to a wide range of areas including forensics. counselling and mental health.The Faculty of Life Sciences has a £30 million Science Centre. This innovative faculty combines the School of Psychology and the School of Human Sciences. appearing on the BBC several times as well as informing the design of other major research centres _ The School of Psychology has an extensive suite of networked psychological teaching laboratories. as well as further specialist laboratories for a range of teaching and research . which offers unparalleled facilities for teaching and research. including one of the largest open plan laboratories in Europe. The School of Human Sciences Has close links with local hospitals and with the pharmaceutical and food industries. education. The School of Psychology Has been teaching psychology for more than 40 years. Academic staff run research-based health clinics for the treatment of chronic illnesses such as obesity. sport.

Subject areas include: _ Health _ Psychology _ Nutrition _ Sports science _ Biomedical sciences _ Applied biology _ Molecular and pharmaceutical sciences .

The school has links with universities and businesses throughout the globe. offering them employment advice and internships . BBC Worldwide. LMBS staff are experts in global business and management trends. Arsenal Football Club. who lecture and work directly with students on real work based projects. which encourages and supports student entrepreneurship _ The school has links with leading entrepreneurs and business icons. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the work experience opportunities offered within hundreds of national and international organisations including: Air France. significance and rigour. and are highly regarded within their respective fields. _ Nearly 800 students are members of our thriving London Metropolitan Entrepreneurs Society. BP.Real world business activity is integrated into every course at London Metropolitan Business School (LMBS). Barclays. Research within the Business School is internationally recognised for its originality. HSBC and Virgin.

Subject areas include: _ Finance _ Business _ Events _ Tourism _ Marketing _ Management _ Civil aviation .

whatever their chosen discipline. this year students received commendations in London Jewellery Week and the RSA Design awards . students exhibit at the famous Cass Summer Show. At the end of their courses. The Cass has a wide range of specialist facilities and equipment. one of the largest showcases of graduate talent in London.The Cass is renowned internationally for its unique range of courses. where world renowned art galleries sit next to independent exhibition spaces _ Staff and students are consistently recognised for their groundbreaking work. state-of-the-art facilities and high quality teaching. Its mission is to prepare students to be reflective and skilled practitioners in the creative industries. _ Located off Brick Lane. The Cass is situated in the heart of London’s cutting edge arts scene. Students exhibit work throughout the year at a number of galleries across our campus. Many students have exhibited at major international festivals and won prestigious competitions.

Subject areas include: _ Design and technology _ Jewellery and silversmithing _ Media and communications _ Film and broadcast production _ Furniture design and conservation _ Music technology _ Fine art .

fees and more. making London Met one of the top 10 most popular universities in England for international students.uk Advice on working in London: International students on degree courses are allowed to work part-time during their studies.uk/international international@londonmet. The University also has its own job placement service as well as a range of internships and other employment opportunities. International Students: www. While you study with us. Get in touch for advice on entry requirements. Our student body is made up of students from more than 150 countries.ac. This means you may be able to study part of your course in places like the USA. Cuba and the UAE. students can take part in the ERASMUS exchange programme.uk/europe europe@londonmet.ac. Sweden.London Met has a thriving international student community. Argentina. and we are a global university. International London is a global city.uk EU students: www. Every year we visit more than 50 countries to meet prospective students.ac. . Our International Office manages enquiries and applications from EU and Non-EU students.ac.londonmet.londonmet.

“ London Met encouraged me to take up this opportunity to study abroad and I love it here! ” Saba Javaid: studying part of her BSc Biomedical Sciences at Freie Universität. Berlin .

cheerleading and a whole lot more _ Our high quality sports facilities include an Olympic-standard basketball court Social life At university you will make friends for life. _ Discover all about the Students’ Union and societies _ Students run their own radio station and magazine at London Met _ For sports lovers there is football.Joining societies and sports teams is one of the best ways to meet people. We have 10 cosy cafés. London Met hosts great live music. free Wi-Fi and comfy lounges. which are regularly mentioned in the London Time Out magazine. Philosophy. the Anime Society and the London Met Feminists. the Rocket Complex and the Hub. There are more than 50 to choose from at London Met. Our chill-out areas are great for catching up with friends in-between lectures. basketball. Dance and Drama. comedy and club nights at our two famous bars. including the Enterprise Society. .

personal and social development.“ Working for the student law magazine has made a huge difference to my overall student life experience. law student magazine Dictum. . National Union of Students delegate. founder. intern at a major London law firm.” Kristoffer-James Canlas: Law student. It’s given me the essential tools for academic.

ac. to help you find part-time work while you study _ Our online budget planner can help you plan your income and spending _ For more on money matters. Money tips for students: _ For information on tuition fees: www.uk/advice Money matters The UK government reports that university graduates will on average earn £100. We have specialist staff who can offer financial advice if you need it.uk/ tuitionfees _ Student Services offers financial advice and information to students _ We host many job fairs throughout the year. There are also grants and bursaries which you may be eligible for.At London Met we aim to make your time at university as affordable as possible.000 more than non-graduates over their working lifetime.londonmet.londonmet. . you can apply for a student loan for tuition fees and sometimes for living costs. see: www. If you are from the UK or the EU.ac.

” Alison Jones: Administration Manager. We help ease these worries by directing students to the help they need. leaving them with clear minds so they can approach their studies with the rigour necessary to be a success. Student Services .“ Students come to see us with all sorts of concerns. ranging from money problems to health issues.

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ac. . Alternatively. University events and news. information on fees and bursaries and what it’s like to study here.Discover London Met: www. Here you can ask a question directly to our Admissions Office and they will email a response. you can call: +44 (0)20 7133 4200 To talk to someone in the Admissions team.londonmet.uk/create Here you can find out more about our courses.uk Our website has all you need to know about London Met.londonmet. identify those that are of interest to you and create your own personal prospectus.londonmet. This process takes just a few clicks and we will email an electronic prospectus to you within an hour. Applying for a course: Want to find out more? www.ac.ac. Create your own prospectus: www.uk/howtoapply This part of our website has all the information you need to apply for a course at London Met. including student profiles.

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For example. Business Law. Chemistry.London Metropolitan University . Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) Business _ Accounting and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Banking and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Business Computing (BSc Hons 1 year top-up) _ Business Economics (BA Hons) _ Business Economics and Finance (BSc Hons) _ Business Information Technology (BSc Hons) . looking under ‘Fashion’ in this index will show you a list of relevant courses. Accounting _ Accounting and Banking (BA Hons) _ Accounting and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Accounting and Finance (BA Hons) Advertising _ Advertising and Marketing Communications (BA Hons) _ Advertising. Media and Design (Extended degree) _ Computer Animation (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Dance (Foundation degree FDA) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Fashion with Textiles (Foundation degree FDA) _ Fine Art – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA) _ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons) _ Graphic Design (BA Hons) _ Illustration (BA Hons) _ Interior Architecture (BA Hons) _ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Interior Design (BA Hons) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Photography (Foundation degree FDA) _ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons) _ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons) _ Textile Design (BA Hons) Aviation _ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Pilot Pathway) (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons) Banking _ Banking and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Banking and Finance (BA Hons) _ Business Economics (BA Hons) _ Business Economics and Finance (BSc Hons) _ Economics (BA Hons) _ Economics and Finance (BSc Hons) _ Finance (BSc Hons) _ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons) _ Financial Services (BA Hons) _ International Business and Economics (BA Hons) _ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons) _ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up) Biology _ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biochemistry (BSc Hons) _ Biological Sciences (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons) _ Biotechnology (BSc Hons) _ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 Years) (BSc Hons) _ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons Top Up) _ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons) _ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons) _ Pharmacology (BSc Hons) _ Public Health (BSc Hons 1 year top-up) _ Sciences Extended degree (Biology. Marketing Communications and Public Relations (BA Hons) Architecture and Interior Design _ Architecture (BA Hons) _ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree) _ Interior Architecture (BA Hons) _ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Interior Design (BA Hons) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) Art and Design _ Architecture (BA Hons) _ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree) _ Art.Appendices Subject area finder Use this section of the guide to quickly find which courses we offer under different subject areas. if you are interested in studying ‘fashion’ as a subject.

London Metropolitan University . Film and Television studies (BA Hons) _ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ English Literature (BA Hons) .Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons) _ Social Media (BA Hons) _ Software Engineering (BEng Hons 1 year top-up) _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) Criminology _ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons) _ Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Criminology (BA Hons) _ Criminology and Community Policing (BSc Hons) _ Criminology and Law (BA Hons) _ Criminology and Psychology (BSc Hons) _ Criminology and Sociology (BA Hons) _ Criminology and Youth Studies (BA Hons) _ Forensic Science (BSc Hons) _ Youth Studies (BSc Hons) _ Youth Work (BSc Hons) Cultural Studies _ Anthropology (BSc Hons) _ Creative Writing (BA Hons) _ Creative Writing and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Creative Writing. Communications Technology. Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Digital Journalism (BA Hons) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Media Practice . Chemistry. Health. Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) Computing and IT _ Business Computing (BSc Hons 1 year top-up) _ Business Information Technology (BSc Hons) _ Computer Animation (BSc Hons) _ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking (BEng Hons) _ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Computing (BSc Hons) _ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons) _ Computing Extended degree (Computing.Appendices Subject area finder _ Business Management (BA Hons) _ Business Management (Foundation degree FDA) _ Business Management and Business Law (BA Hons) _ Business Management and Marketing (BA Hons) _ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Employment Law (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Psychology of Organisations (BA Hons) _ International Business (BSc Hons) _ International Business and Business Law (BA Hons) _ International Business and Economics (BA Hons) _ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons) _ International Business Management (Extended Degree) _ International Business Management (BA Hons) _ International Business Management (BA Hons 1 year top-up) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ Law and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Business Law (LLB Hons) _ Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BA Hons) _ Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Small Business Enterprise and Entreprenuership (BA Hons) _ Social Media (BA Hons) _ Sports Business Management (BA Hons) Chemistry _ Biochemistry (BSc Hons) _ Chemistry (BSc Hons) _ Forensic Science (BSc Hons) _ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons Top Up) _ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons) _ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons) _ Pharmacology (BSc Hons) _ Sciences Extended degree (Biology.

Appendices Subject area finder _ English Literature. Media and Design (Extended degree) _ Computer Animation (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Fashion with Textiles (Foundation degree FDA) _ Fine Art – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA) _ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons) _ Graphic Design (BA Hons) _ Illustration (BA Hons) _ Interior Architecture (BA Hons) _ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Interior Design (BA Hons) _ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Music Technology – Specialist Routes (BSc Hons) _ Musical Instruments (BSc Hons) _ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons) _ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons) _ Textile Design (BA Hons) Economics _ Business Economics (BA Hons) _ Business Economics and Finance (BA Hons) _ Economics (BA Hons) _ Economics and Finance (BSc Hons) _ Finance (BSc Hons) _ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons) _ Financial Services (BA Hons) _ International Business and Economics (BA Hons) _ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons) _ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up) Education and Teaching _ Early Childhood Studies (BA Hons) _ Early Childhood Studies (Foundation degree FDA) _ Early Years Teaching (BEd Hons) _ Education Studies (BA Hons) _ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Montessori Early Childhood Practice (Foundation degree FDA) _ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) Engineering _ Architecture (BA Hons) _ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree) _ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Computing Extended degree (Computing. Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Journalism and English Literature (BA Hons) Fashion _ Fashion Buying and Retailing (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Fashion with Textiles (Foundation degree FDA) _ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons) _ Textile Design (BA Hons) Film. Film and Television studies (BA Hons) _ English Literature. Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Software Engineering (BEng Hons 1 year top-up) _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) English _ Creative Writing (BA Hons) _ Creative Writing and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Creative writing. Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Fine Art – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Graphic Design (BA Hons) _ Politics (BA Hons) _ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons) _ Sociology (BSc Hons) _ Sociology and Social Policy (BSc Hons) _ Translation (BA Hons) _ Youth Studies (BSc Hons) _ Youth Work (BSc Hons) Design _ Architecture (BA Hons) _ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree) _ Art. Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Journalism. Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) Finance _ Accounting and Finance (BA Hons) _ Banking and Finance (BA Hons) _ Business Economics and Finance (BSc Hons) _ Economics (BA Hons) _ Economics and Finance (BSc Hons) _ Finance (BSc Hons) _ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons) . Film and Television studies (BA Hons) _ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons) _ English Literature (BA Hons) _ English Literature. Theatre and Music _ Creative writing. Communications Technology.London Metropolitan University .

Health. Interiors and Textile Furnishing _ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree) _ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA) _ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons) _ Interior Architecture (BA Hons) _ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Interior Design (BA Hons) _ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons) _ Textile Design (BA Hons) Health _ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons) _ Early Childhood Studies (BA Hons) _ Early Childhood Studies (Foundation degree FDA) _ Community Nursing (BSc Hons) _ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) (BSc Hons) _ Football and Community Sports Coaching with Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Health and Social Care (BSc Hons) _ Health and Social Policy (BSc Hons) _ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons 1 Year top up) _ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons) _ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons) _ Montessori Early Childhood Practice (Foundation degree FDA) _ Nurse Practitioner (BSc Hons) _ Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons) _ Pharmacology (BSc Hons) _ Public Health and Social Care (Foundation degree FDA) _ Public Health (BSc Hons 1 year top-up) _ Sciences Extended degree (Biology. Peace and Conflict Studies (BA Hons) _ International Relations and Politics (BA Hons) _ International Tourism Management (BA Hons) _ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons) Internet _ Business Computing (BSc Hons 1 year top-up) _ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking (BEng Hons) . Chemistry. Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year) _ Sports and Dance Therapy (BSc Hons) _ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) _ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons) Hospitality _ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons) Human Resources _ Human Resource Management (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Employment Law (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Psychology of Organisations (BA Hons) Interior Design _ Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree) _ Interior Architecture (BA Hons) _ Interior Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Interior Design (BA Hons) International _ Diplomacy and International Relations (BA Hons) _ International Business (BSc Hons) _ International Business and Business Law (BA Hons) _ International Business and Economics (BA Hons) _ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons) _ International Business Management (Extended degree) _ International Business Management (BA Hons) _ International Business Management (BA Hons 1 year top-up) _ International Development (BA Hons) _ International Development and International Relations (BA Hons)v _ International Development.London Metropolitan University . Peace and Conflict Studies (BA Hons) _ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons) _ International Relations (BA Hons) _ International Relations and Law (BA Hons) _ International Relations.Appendices Subject area finder _ Financial Services (BA Hons) _ International Business and Economics (BA Hons) _ International Business and Finance (BSc Hons) _ International Financial Services (BA Hons 1 year top-up) Food and Nutrition _ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) (BSc Hons) _ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons) _ Public Health and Social Care (Foundation degree FDA) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) _ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons) Furniture.

Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons) _ Software Engineering (BEng Hons 1 year top-up) _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) Jewellery _ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons) Journalism _ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Digital Journalism (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Journalism (BA Hons) _ Journalism and Education Studies (BA Hons) _ Journalism and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Journalism and Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Media and Communications and Journalism (BSc Hons) Languages _ Translation (BA Hons) Law _ Business Law (LLB Hons) _ Business Management and Business Law (BA Hons) _ Criminology and Law (BA Hons) _ Diplomacy and Law (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Employment Law (BA Hons) _ International Business and Business Law (BA Hons) _ International Foundation Programme (Preparatory Diploma) _ International Relations and Law (BA Hons) _ Law (BA Hons) _ Law and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons) Leisure _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Dance (Foundation degree FDA) _ Football and Community Sports Coaching with Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Sports and Dance Therapy (BSc Hons) _ Sports Business Management (BA Hons) _ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) _ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons) _ Tourism and Travel Management (BA Hons) _ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons) Management _ Accounting and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Foundation degree FdSc _ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Pilot Pathway) (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons) _ Banking and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Business Management (BA Hons) .London Metropolitan University . Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons) _ Social Media (BA Hons) _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) IT _ Business Computing (BSc Hons) (1 year top-up) _ Business Information Technology (BSc Hons) _ Computer Animation (BSc Hons) _ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking (BEng Hons) _ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Computing (BSc Hons) _ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons) _ Computing Extended Degree (Computing. Communications Technology.Appendices Subject area finder _ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Computing (BSc Hons) _ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons) _ Computing Extended Degree (Computing. Communications Technology.

London Metropolitan University . Communications Technology. Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Social Media (BA Hons) . Communications Technology. Media and Design (Extended degree) _ Creative Writing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Events Management and Marketing (BA Hons) _ Events Management and Public Relations (BA Hons) _ Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Digital Journalism (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Journalism (BA Hons) _ Journalism and Education Studies (BA Hons) _ Journalism and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Journalism.Appendices Subject area finder _ Business Management (Foundation Degree FDA) _ Business Management and Business Law (BA Hons) _ Business Management and Marketing (BA Hons) _ Events Management and Marketing (BA Hons) _ Events Management and Public Relations (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Employment Law (BA Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Psychology of Organisations (BA Hons) _ International Business Management (Extended Degree) _ International Business Management (BA Hons) _ International Business Management (BA Hons 1 year top-up) _ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons) _ International Tourism Management (BA Hons) _ Law and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BA Hons) _ Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Events Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry Management (BA Hons) _ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons) _ Sports Business Management (BA Hons) _ Tourism and Travel Management (BA Hons) Marketing and PR _ Advertising and Marketing Communications (BA Hons) _ Advertising and Marketing Communications and Public Relations (BA Hons) _ Business Management and Marketing (BA Hons) _ Events Management and Marketing (BA Hons) _ Events Management and Public Relations (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Business Management (BA Hons) _ Fashion Marketing and Journalism (BA Hons) _ Marketing (BA Hons) _ Public Relations (BA Hons) _ Social Media (BA Hons) Mathematics and Statistics _ Computing Extended degree (Computing. Communications and Journalism (BSc Hons) _ Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Events Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry Management (BA Hons) _ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons) _ Photography (Foundation degree FDA) _ Social Media (BA Hons) _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Youth Studies (BSc Hons) _ Youth Work (BSc Hons) Medicine _ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons) _ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons 1 Year Top Up) _ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons) _ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons) _ Pharmacology (BSc Hons) Multimedia _ Art. Marketing Communications and Public Relations (BA Hons) _ Art. Film and Television Studies (BA Hons) _ Media and Communications (BSc Hons) _ Media. Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Financial Mathematics (BSc Hons) _ Mathematical Sciences (BSc Hons) _ Mathematics (BSc Hons) _ Mathematics and Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Mathematics and Statistics (BSc Hons) Media and Communications _ Advertising and Marketing Communications (BA Hons) _ Advertising. Media and Design (Extended degree) _ Computer Animation (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computing Extended degree (Computing.

Chemistry. Health. Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year) _ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons) Sciences _ Anthropology (BSc Hons) _ Applied Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biochemistry (BSc Hons) _ Biological Sciences (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Science (BSc Hons) _ Biomedical Sciences leading to MD (BSc Hons) _ Biotechnology (BSc Hons) _ Chemistry (BSc Hons) _ Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) (BSc Hons) _ Forensic Science (BSc Hons) _ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons 1 year top up) _ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons) _ Mathematical Sciences (BSc Hons) _ Medical Bioscience (BSc Hons) _ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons) _ Sciences Extended degree (Biology. Psychology) (BSc Sciences Preparatory Year) _ Social Sciences (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) Silversmithing. Health. Jewellery and Metalwork _ Jewellery and Silversmithing (BA Hons) Social Studies and Social Work _ Anthropology (BSc Hons) _ Community Development and Leadership (BSc Hons) _ Community Nursing (BSc Hons) _ Community Work (Foundation degree FDA) _ Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Criminology (BA Hons) _ Criminology and (Community) Policing (BSc Hons) _ Criminology and Law (BA Hons) _ Criminology and Psychology (BSc Hons) _ Criminology and Sociology (BA Hons) _ Criminology and Youth Studies (BA Hons) _ Early Childhood Studies (BA Hons) _ Early Childhood Studies (Foundation degree FDA) _ Education Studies (BA Hons) _ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Football and Community Sports Coaching with Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Health and Social Care (BSc Hons) _ Health and Social Policy (BSc Hons) _ Human Nutrition (BSc Hons) _ International Development (BA Hons) _ International Development and International Relations (BA Hons) _ International Development. Peace and Conflict Studies (BA Hons) _ International Relations and Politics (BA Hons) _ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons) _ Politics (BA Hons) Psychology _ Criminology and Psychology (BSc Hons) _ Human Resource Management and Psychology of Organisations (BA Hons) _ Psychology (BSc Hons) _ Psychology and Sociology (BSc Hons) _ Sciences Extended Degree (Biology.Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Media Business Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry and Events Management (BA Hons) _ Music Industry Management (BA Hons) _ Music Technology – Specialist Routes (BSc Hons) _ Musical Instruments (BSc Hons) Nursing _ Community Nursing (BSc Hons) _ Health and Social Care (BSc Hons) _ Health and Social Policy (BSc Hons) _ Nurse Practitioner (BSc Hons) Pharmaceutical Science _ Herbal Medicinal Science (BSc Hons) _ Pharmaceutical Science (BSc Hons) _ Pharmacology (BSc Hons) Politics and International Relations _ Anthropology (BSc Hons) _ International Development (BA Hons) _ International Development and International Relations (BA Hons) _ International Development.London Metropolitan University . Peace and Conflict Studies (BA Hons) _ International Relations (BA Hons) _ International Relations and Law (BA Hons) _ International Relations. Chemistry. Peace and Conflict Studies (BA Hons) _ Law (with International Relations) (LLB Hons) _ Montessori Early Childhood Practice (Foundation degree FDA) _ Nurse Practitioner (BSc Hons) _ Public Health and Social Care (Foundation degree FDA) _ Public Health (BSc Hons 1 year top-up) .Appendices Subject area finder Music and Sound _ Media Practice .

Communications Technology. Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Network Management and Security (MEng Hons) _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) .Appendices Subject area finder _ Social Sciences (BSc Hons) _ Social Work (BSc Hons) _ Sociology (BSc Hons) _ Sociology and Social Policy (BSc Hons) _ Youth Studies (BSc Hons) _ Youth Work (BSc Hons) Sociology _ Criminology and Sociology (BA Hons) _ Psychology and Sociology (BSc Hons) _ Sociology (BSc Hons) _ Sociology and Social Policy (BSc Hons) Sport and Leisure _ Football and Community Sports Coaching with Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Sports and Dance Therapy (BSc Hons) _ Sports Business Management (BA Hons) _ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) _ Sports Therapy (BSc Hons) Teaching _ Early Years Teaching (BEd Hons) _ Education Studies (BA Hons) _ Education Studies and English Literature (BA Hons) _ Football and Community Sports Coaching with Arsenal FC (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Montessori Early Childhood Practice (Foundation degree FDA) _ Sport Psychology and Coaching (BSc Hons) _ Sports Science and Physical Education (BSc Hons) Technology _ Computer Animation (BSc Hons) _ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking (BEng Hons) _ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Computing (BSc Hons) _ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons) _ Computing Extended Degree (Computing.London Metropolitan University . Mathematics) (Extended degree) _ Digital Media (BA Hons) _ Digital Media Design (Foundation degree FDA) _ Electronic and Communications Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Furniture (Foundation degree FDA) _ Furniture and Product Design (BA Hons) _ Media Practice – Specialist Routes (BA Hons) _ Music Technology – Specialist Routes (BSc Hons) _ Musical Instruments (BSc Hons) _ Restoration and Conservation (BSc Hons) _ Social Media (BA Hons) Business Law _ Telecommunications and Networks Engineering (BEng Hons) Tourism _ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons) _ International Hospitality Management (BA Hons) _ International Tourism Management (BA Hons) _ Tourism and Travel Management (BA Hons) Transport and Aviation _ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Pilot Pathway) (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Aviation and Aerospace Management (BSc Hons) _ Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BA Hons) Web _ Computer Forensics and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Modelling and Design (BSc Hons) _ Computer Games Programming (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking (BEng Hons) _ Computer Networking and Computer Forensics (BSc Hons) _ Computer Networking and IT Security (BSc Hons) _ Computer Science (BSc Hons) _ Computer Systems Engineering (BEng Hons) _ Computing (BSc Hons) _ Computing and Business IT (Foundation degree FdSc) _ Computing and Computer Networking (BSc Hons) _ Computing Extended Degree (Computing. Communications Technology.

uk Prospectus Requests: www.cfm Accounting and Banking Accounting and Business Management* Accounting and Finance Advertising and Marketing Communications Advertising.N N C. Campus code means ‘at which campus the course is taught’ (this might be at our London North or London City campus. If more than one campus code is shown. This index lists our courses alphabetically as follows: Single Honours degrees Art and Design Route A Pre-coded Combined Honours degrees Foundation degrees Extended degrees Collaborative courses Postgraduate courses London Metropolitan University Institution code name: LONMT Institution code: L68 Contact Details: 166-220 Holloway Road. London N7 8DB Tel: +44(0)20 7133 4200 admissions@londonmet. or any part-time course. and then pick a course code (shown in the Single Honours .ac. Marketing Communications and Public Relations Anthropology Architecture Banking and Business Management Banking and Finance Business Economics Business Management Business Management and Business Law Business Management and Marketing Creative Writing Creative Writing and English Literature NN43 NNL1 N400 N560 NPM2 L600 K100 NN31 N300 L103 N200 MN2F NN15 W800 WQV3 C C. For any that start in January. For more information on partner colleges: www. See each online course page for details. enter the one at which you’d prefer to study. In the UCAS ‘choices’ section. Campuses and associated/ partner colleges abbreviations: I City & Islington College Z City Literary Institute H Hackney Community College C London Metropolitan City Campus N London Metropolitan North Campus X London Metropolitan University: City Campus & North Campus P Montessori Centre International U The University of Health Sciences Antigua Explanation of the other abbreviations used in this section are listed at the end. you need to apply direct to the University.ac. or at an associated or partner college outside the University).londonmet.ac.ac.N N N C N C C C C. except where stated. you use the institution code L68 to choose London Met.uk/create Applying to UCAS: UCAS now only accepts online applications (see www.uk www.ucas.N N N BA/AFFCM BA/ABM BA/Acc BA/AMC BA/AMCPR BA/Anth BA/Arch BA/BBMgt BA/BAF BA/BusEc BA/BM BA/BMBL BA/BMM BA/CrWr BA/CWEL 240 240 240 240 240 300 300 240 240 240 240 240 240 260* 260 .londonmet.Appendices UCAS entry requirements For most courses. you should apply through UCAS for full-time study starting in September.londonmet.N C.BA/BA Honours Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° next few pages) for the course or courses for which you wish to apply.com for details).London Metropolitan University .uk/londonmet/courses/ partner-colleges.

Appendices UCAS entry requirements Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Creative Writing and Journalism Creative Writing. Peace and Conflict Studies International Tourism Management Journalism Journalism and Education Studies* Journalism and English Literature* Journalism.N BA/CWJ BA/CWFTS BA/CRLA BA/DJ BA/DM BA/DIR BA/DipLaw BA/Econ BA/Ed BA/EdStE BA/EngLit BA/ELFTS BA/EMMkt BA/EMPR BA/FBR BA/FMkt BA/FMBM BA/FMJ BA/FTS BA/FServ BA/HRM BA/HRMEL BA/HRMPO BA/IBBL BA/IBE BA/IntBus BA/IBM1 BA/IntD BA/GEDPGI BA/DSPCS BA/IFS1 BA/IHM BA/IR BA/PGILA BA/PGIPGA BA/IRPCS BA/SHIntTM BA/jour BA/JEdSt BA/JEng BA/JFilm BA/Law BA/LawBM BA/LSCM BA/Mkt 260 260 260 280 280 240 240 240 240 260 260 260 240 240 240 240 240 260 260 240 240 240 240 240 240 N/A 240 240 260 N/A 240 240 240 240 240 240 260 240 260 260 240 240 240 240 . Film and Television Studies Criminology and Law Digital Journalism* Digital Media Diplomacy and International Relations* Diplomacy and Law* Economics Education Studies Education Studies and English Literature English Literature English Literature.N C C C C N C C C C N N N N N C C N C.London Metropolitan University .N C. Peace and Conflict Studies International Financial Services (Top-Up)^ International Hospitality Management International Relations International Relations and Law International Relations and Politics International Relations. Film and Television Studies Events Management and Marketing Events Management and Public Relations Fashion Buying and Retailing* Fashion Marketing Fashion Marketing and Business Management Fashion Marketing and Journalism Film and Television Studies Financial Services Human Resource Management Human Resource Management and Employment Law* Human Resource Management and the Psychology of Organisations* International Business and Business Law International Business and Economics International Business Management International Business Management (Top-Up)^ International Development International Development and International Relations International Development. Film and Television Studies* Law Law and Business Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management Marketing WP85 WP83 MM1X P503 G455 L251 M104 L100 X300 XQ33 Q320 QPH3 NN85 NP82 N240 N590 NN1N NP5M P303 N340 N600 NM62 NCP8 MNF1 LN1C N120 N295 L901 LL9F LLY2 N390 N220 L250 ML1F LL2F L292 N840 P502 PX53 PQ53 PPM3 M101 MN11 J960 N500 N N C N N C C C N N N N N N N N N N N C N N N N C C.

BSc/BSc Honours Course Title G420 HG65 H641 G600 HG6K N N N N N BEng/CNet BEng/CSE BEng/ECE BEng/SE BEng/TNE 220 220 220 N/A 220 Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Applied Biomedical Science Aviation and Aerospace Management Biochemistry Biological Sciences Biomedical Science Biomedical Science leading to an MD Biotechnology* Business Computing (Top-Up)^ Business Economics and Finance Business Information Technology Chemistry Community Development and Leadership* Computer Animation Computer Forensics and IT Security Computer Games Modelling and Design Computer Games Programming Computer Networking and Computer Forensics Computer Networking and IT Security Computer Science Computing C910 H490 C700 C120 B900 B900 J700 G501 L102 G510 F100 L800 G450 G552 GG56 GG47 GG54 GG4M G402 G401 N C N N N N N N C N N C N N N N N N N N BSc/ABS BSc/AAM BSc/Bioc BSc/BioS BSc/BiomS BSc/BiomS BSc/Biotec BSc/BC1 BSc/EcFin BSc/BIT BSc/Chem BSc/CDL BSc/CA BSc/CGITS BSc/CGM BSc/CGP BSc/CNCF BSc/CNITS BSc/CompS BSc/Comp TBC 240 240 240 300 320 240 N/A 240 200 240 280 200 200 200 240 220 220 220 200 .N N C.QTS Course Title NP23 NP83 WN39 W300 L200 P210 NN2C L902 N222 N832 Q910 C.London Metropolitan University .N N C N C N N N C BA/MBM BA/MIEM BA/MIMBM BA/MIM BA/Polit BA/PR BA/SBEE BA/SocM BA/SpMgt BA/TTM BA TransS 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 280 240 240 260 Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Early Years Teaching Single Honours .BEng/BEng Honours Course Title X121 N BEd/EYT 280 Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points* Computer Networking Computer Systems Engineering Electronic and Communications Engineering Software Engineering (Top-up)* Telecommunications and Network Engineering Single Honours .Appendices UCAS entry requirements Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Media Business Management* Music Industry and Events Management Music Industry and Media Business Management* Music Industry Management* Politics Public Relations Small Business Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Social Media* Sports Business Management Tourism and Travel Management* Translation Single Honours .BEd/BEd Honours .

N N N N N N N N N N N BSc/CCN BSc/Crim BSc/CommP BSc/CPsy BSc/CSoc BSc/CYSt BSc/HumND BSc/EcFin BSc/Fin BSc/FM BSc/FS BSc/HSC BSc/HSP BSc/HMSTup BSc/HumN BSc/IntB BSc/IBF BSc/MS BSc/Math BSc/MCS BSc/MaSt BSc/MComms BSc/MCommJ BSc/MB BSc/PhS BSc/Phar BSc/Ps BSC/PsyAS BSc/ResCon BSc/SocSc BSc/SocWk BSc/Socio BSC/SSP BSc/SCPsy BSc/SDT BSc/SpSci BSc/SSPE BSc/ST BSc/YS BSc/YW 220 260 260 300 260 260 300 240 240 200 240 280 280 N/A 240 240 240 200 200 200 200 280 280 240 240 240 300 300 280 280 280 280 280 240 220 200 220 280 280 280 Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Business Law Law (with International Relations) M221 M1L2 C C LLB/BusLaw LLB/LIR 300 300 .LLB/LLB Honours Course Title G490 M930 LN32 CM8X ML93 ML95 B401 LN1J N301 NG31 F410 L590 L492 B342 B400 N121 NNCH G101 G100 GGC4 GG13 PPH9 PP35 C900 B230 B210 C800 CL83 J500 LLP3 L500 L302 LL4J XC18 CW65 C603 CX63 CB63 L531 L530 N C C C C C. Communications and Journalism* Medical Bioscience Pharmaceutical Science Pharmacology Psychology Psychology and Sociology Restoration and Conservation Social Sciences* Social Work Sociology Sociology and Social Policy Sport Psychology and Coaching* Sports and Dance Therapy Sports Science Sports Science and Physical Education* Sports Therapy Youth Studies Youth Work Single Honours .Appendices UCAS entry requirements Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Computing and Computer Networking Criminology Criminology and Community Policing* Criminology and Psychology Criminology and Sociology Criminology and Youth Studies* Dietetics and Nutrition (4 years) Economics and Finance* Finance Financial Mathematics Forensic Science Health and Social Care* Health and Social Policy Herbal Medicinal Science (Top-Up .London Metropolitan University .Level 6 entry only) Human Nutrition International Business International Business and Finance* Mathematical Sciences Mathematics Mathematics and Computer Science* Mathematics and Statistics Media and Communications* Media.N N C C N N N N N N C C N N N N N N N N N C C C C.

Including Foundation Year Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Art.London Metropolitan University . Media.BA/BSc Honours Application deadline: 15 January 2012 Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Fine Art Fine Art (Mixed Media) Fine Art (Painting) Fine Art (Photography) Fine Art (Printmaking) Fine Art (Sculpture and Installation) Furniture and Product Design Graphic Design Illustration Interior Architecture Interior Design Jewellery and Silversmithing Media Practice Media Practice (Animation)* Media Practice (Film and Broadcast Production)* Media Practice (Lenscraft)* Music Technology (Audio Systems)* Music Technology (Music Production)* Music Technology (Sound for Media)* Musical Instruments Textile Design W101 W280 W120 W641 W140 W130 W260 W214 W220 W250 WK21 W724 P301 W615 P313 P392 P3J9 W390 J930 J952 W2J4 C C C C C C C C C N C C C C C C C C C C C BA/FinArt BA/FAMM BA/FAP BA/FAPH BA/FAPR BA/FASI BA/FPD BA/GDes BA/Ill BA/IA BA/IDes BA/JSilv BA/MedPra BA/MPAE BA/MPFBP BA/MPLens BSc/MTASys BSc/MTMP BSc/MTSM BSc/MIins BA/TexDes 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 Extended Degree Courses .Appendices UCAS entry requirements Art and Design .Route A (Simultaneous) . Design Extended Degree ƒ Foundation Degree Course Title W000 C BA/AMDf 120 Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Furniture Interior Design WJ2M W251 C C FdA/Furn FdA/InD 200 200 Foundation Degree Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Airport and Airline Organisation and Management Airport and Airline Organisation and Management (Pilot Pathway) Community Work* Computing and Business Information Technology* Public Health and Social Care HNK8 HNL8 L540 I100 LL45 C C C N N FdSc/AAOM FdSc/AAOMP FdA/CW FdSc/CBIT FdA/PHSC 120 120 260 120 260 .

London Metropolitan University .Foundation Degree Course Title KW12 N101 GP4X N C.Biology. Psychology ƒ Collaborative Courses . Multimedia)*ƒ International Business Management (with Foundation Year)*ƒ Sciences Extended Degree .N N BA/IBMf BSc/BCF N/A N/A Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Crime Scene and Forensic Investigation Dance Digital Media Design* Early Childhood Studies Fashion with Textiles Football and Community Sports Coaching with Arsenal FC Montessori Early Childhood Practice* Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy Photography F411 W500 W283 X945 W230 CX6D X311 C605 W640 I I I H.M Eng (Integrated Bachelors/Masters) Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Network Management and Security GG45 N MEng/NMS 300 Non-UCAS Courses Course Title Community Nursing (BSc/DipHE top-up) Early Childhood Studies (BA) International Foundation Programme Nurse Practitioner (BSc) Public Health (BSc Top-Up) * ^ ƒ ° Subject to approval.I I I P I I FdSc/CSFI FdA/Da FdA/DMD FdA/ECS FdA/Fash FdSc/FCSC FdA/MECP FdSc/PFT FdA/Phot N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Single Honours .Including Foundation Year Course Title Course Code Campus Code Short Code Entry Points° Architecture and Interior Design Extended degree Business Management (with Foundation Year)*ƒ Computing Extended Degree (Computing.ucas. Chemistry.N N BA/AID BA/BMf BSc/CCCTM 120 N/A N/A N123 CF11 C. Health. Only those who have previously studied at higher education level should apply Includes a foundation year (year 0) Additional requirements apply . Communications Technology. Mathematics.com) for changes Top-up course.Appendices UCAS entry requirements Extended Degree Courses . Please check website (www.

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