Situated in central London, London Metropolitan University (LMU) was formed in August 2002 as the result of a merger between London Guildhall University and the University of North London. Today, London Metropolitan University is the place of study for some 32,000 students, 4,000 of which are internationals hailing from 147 countries.
The university is comprised of two campuses in central London, which are easily accessible by the Underground. The London North and London City campuses are minutes away from some of the city’s most historical sites, such as the Houses of Parliament and the Globe Theatre. By studying in central London students are given the opportunity to experience England’s unprecedented higher education in one of the most influential and brilliantly historical cities in the world.