London Metropolitan University (LMU) was formed in 2002 from the merger of the University of North London and London Guildhall University.
LMU has invested heavily in its facilities, and now owns several state-of-the-art research centres. The university’s “superlab” has more than 280 workstations, with additional specialist laboratories for fields including sport science, phlebotomy and virology. Media students have the opportunity to work in a newsroom with its own radio station, while law students have access to a mock courtroom.
Available scholarships depend on your level of study and where you are from.
Find out how to apply for the different scholarships at London Metropolitan University by selecting their titles from the listings below.
Scholarships available to undergraduate students
Unite Foundation Scholarship Scheme
Three years of free accommodation
This undergraduate scholarship, open to care leavers or those estranged from their parents, could provide eligible students with free accommodation for three years in a Unite Students property.
Scholarships available to postgraduate students
Accommodation and tuition fees
This postgraduate scholarship is open to eligible international applicants who are considering a full-time master's in the UK.