Below are some useful links from the University to help you with your academic life.
The Advice Service
At our Advice Service, our trained Advisers are here to offer you free, confidential and independent advice and support you by listening to your situation and exploring your options to determine the best course of action.
You can find a list of everything we offer, here.
Cost of living page
We want to reassure you that we are working hard to ensure you have access to the necessary support throughout this cost-of-living crisis.
As part of our efforts, we've launched a dedicated Cost of living page on our website. We are also aware we have a diverse body of students who are affected differently by this situation, which is why on the main cost-of-living page we added a comment box for you to add suggestions of what YOU would like to see added.
For more information, have a look at our page here.
London Met University:
The University has many services and initiatives to help you to maintain and improve your physical and mental well-being while you are a student at the University. They have pulled these together here so that you can access the information you need at a glance.
You can find out more by clicking here.
The University offers a counselling service which offers emotional support, counselling and opportunities for personal development to all our students.
You can find more about what they offer and how they can support you, here.
At London Metropolitan University you will be able to access support via your dedicated School Office. Your School Office is where you can access a variety of services, advice and guidance during your time as a student with us.
You can find more about School Offices, here.
Student Money, Accommodation and Advice Team (SMAA)
The Student Money and Accommodation Advice team provide confidential phone appointments on a range of issues from undergraduate and postgraduate funding for Home and EU students, to accommodation in student halls and private rented accommodation in London. They can offer support with making your funding application to Student Finance England or its non-UK team, and advice and help with resolving any difficulties you might have in the process with Student Finance England. They also provide funding advice if you are considering changing, suspending, or leaving your course, and support in liaising with other University teams, for example, the Student Fees Office and the Income Section.
You can find more information, here.