As well as learning in London surrounded by countless employers, every undergraduate course includes work-related learning. This may include a placement, client project or on-campus work experience.
Specialist careers support
Dedicated careers advisers help students to be career-ready through networking events, workshops on interviews or CVs, one-to-one advice sessions and more. There is also a packed programme of employer activities.
London Met can put students in touch with a career mentor from their chosen employment sector to provide valuable tips, networking opportunities and advice.
Job search provision
London Met has an online job shop, offering part-time, temporary, internship and placement opportunities, graduate jobs and volunteering posts.
Graduates can use the careers service for three years after graduation, including access to a dedicated online careers portal. London Met’s global alumni network provides another valuable way to stay in touch.