Masters study opportunities at London Metropolitan University

Masters and Taught Courses in London England

If you’ve finished your undergraduate degree and you’re looking to boost your career prospects further, you’ve been employed for some time but you want to boost your skills, or you’re looking for a change of career, a taught postgraduate degree at London Met could be the right option for you. London Met offers a wide range of taught postgraduate degrees including Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc), Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) and Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert).

London Metropolitan University“The study experience was really good and the lecturers were all very approachable. The type of subjects we were studying were really interesting and there were a lot of opportunities to research and to create our own paths.”
Silvia Destefanis, Digital Media MA graduate

Obtaining a postgraduate degree shows dedication and a high level of skill that will make you stand out to employers, making you a better candidate for higher earning jobs. To study postgraduate is a commitment but it’s also an investment in yourself and your long-term career.

“The tutors and lecturers helped me set the right goals for my development as a teacher as well as giving me the tools to succeed. I had two great school placements arranged by the University and I feel these were key to building my confidence. I was really happy to be offered a job by one of these schools – my PGCE year couldn’t have ended better.”
Maira Rodrigues, London Met trainee and Year 4 teacher at Lloyd Williamson Primary School, Kensington.

These postgraduate courses cover a large variety of subjects and are taught by dedicated, passionate lecturers eager to impart their industry knowledge. As a postgraduate student at London Met, you’ll feel supported from your first line of enquiry, throughout your studies and post-graduation.

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If you dream of changing career direction, improving your job prospects or simply pursuing your passion, London Met can help you gain an excellent postgraduate degree to help you achieve your professional goals.

As students, you’re at the centre of everything London Met does, their postgraduate degrees are designed by employers and professionals and are informed by current thinking and practice to ensure they are modern and relevant. London Met will help you stand out in the job market with work experience, volunteering opportunities, careers advice and numerous networking events.

London Metropolitan University“I began my course at 29. I was part of a small group of students that was diverse in age as well as national background. This helped make it a very worldly and informative experience for me.” – Alfie Magliano, MBA graduate

Inspirational teachers – You’ll be inspired by the lecturers, learning from their extensive professional experience and research. The postgraduate courses at London Met are the perfect blend of theory and practice, providing valuable workplace skills and opportunities for professional development.

Excellent student support – London Met has a range of student support services in place to help you make the most of your degree, including study groups to guide you through research techniques and dissertation writing. They also provide advice on funding, accommodation and careers. You’ll be guided from your first enquiry right through to your first job or promotion, with support available even after you graduate.

A strong research community – London Met is home to a number of multidisciplinary research centres producing fundamental work in areas such as domestic violence, nutrition, Immunology, banking and human rights. The research community has a strong focus on intellectual enquiry and regularly contribute to various fields on both a national and international level.

A vibrant and diverse environment – London Met is the number one university in England for social inclusion according to The Times league tables. London Met has a diverse student and staff population so you’ll meet people from a variety of backgrounds. There are 146 different nationalities, contributing to the University’s culture of positivity and inclusiveness.

London Metropolitan UniversityA place for business and law students to thrive – If you want to become a lawyer, London Met’s mock courtroom, complete with dock, witness box and public gallery will help you gain the experience you’ll need. For students interested in finance, the University also has a simulated trading room with Bloomberg.

“I am considered a mature student but I don’t feel like I am being treated any differently to any of the younger students on my course.” Khadeen O’Donnell, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability graduate

The springboard for your creative practice – As an art, architecture and design student at The Cass, you’ll work within inspiring studio settings that will complement your creativity. You’ll have access to wood, metal and plastic workshops, purpose-built architecture studios, digital manufacturing technologies, TV and recording studios, editing suites and darkrooms. The range of specialist facilities at The Cass makes it easy for you to engage in multiple disciplines throughout your course.

An impressive laboratory – The £30m Science Centre at London Met contains a superlab with more than 280 workstations and is one of the largest and most advanced science teaching facilities in Europe. It also houses specialist laboratories for tissue culture research and microbiology, a nuclear magnetic resonance room, a Category 3 laboratory suite for research on airborne or transferable viruses and nutritional physiology and food technology labs. Students studying sport-related subjects can benefit from London Met’s sports therapy clinic and fitness assessment centre.

A modern approach to digital courses ­– If you choose to study a computing or digital media course, you could gain a professional qualification in computing, creative technologies, journalism, mathematics or electronics. You could also take advantage of London Met’s £100,000 journalism newsroom, which was opened by former editor of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger. This state-of-the-art facility includes 40 computers equipped with the latest design software, large screen TVs and a mobile TriCaster that allows you to host outside radio and TV broadcasts while streaming live footage online.

London Metropolitan UniversityFind out more at one of our open days or campus tours, which are held throughout the year. You can also download our postgraduate prospectus.