Study at a university as diverse and dynamic as London itself
British Council Sri Lanka supports Sri Lankan students to obtain a
world-class UK qualification in the UK by promoting HE and FE
institutions. The Education UK in the British Council not only helps
students to select a programme of their choice, but also helps students
with selecting a suitable UK institution, accommodation, provides
student visa guidance and also prepares students to face the UK culture.
London Metropolitan University works closely with the British Council
Sri Lanka to provide assistance to the potential students interested in
studying in London. London Metropolitan University is the largest single
University in London and one of the largest in the UK, with over 32,000
students including over 7,000 international students from over 150
countries. There are over 100 students from Sri Lanka studying at the
Tracing back its origin to 1848, London Metropolitan University is
the largest single University in London and one of the largest in the
UK, with 30,000 students. The University offers their students a truly
international environment and students come from over 160 countries. The
University has over 100 students from Sri Lanka studying at the
University and have always been one of the most popular choices for
students from Sri Lanka.
The facilities for students include five libraries containing in
total over 800,000 books; Europe's largest science teaching laboratory;
a Bloomberg Trading Suite; Interpreting and translation centre; film,
digital video and animation studios; a mock courtroom for law students;
sports centre, gym and basketball court.
The University offers a range of specialised courses at the UG, PG
and Research level in areas of architecture, accounting, art and design,
banking, business, computing, electronics, film, law, life science
management, psychology, and polymers etc. For more information on
courses, visit www.londonmet.ac.uk/courses.
The University fully recognised by professional bodies such as ACCA,
CIMA and ICAEW, as well as the Law Society and the Chartered Institute
of Personnel and Development. Teaching quality at London Met was rated
as "Excellent" in the most recent Government (QAA) review. Many of the
staff have a rich professional background which informs teaching and
strengthens research work.
Being located in central London, the University aims to provide a
vocationally relevant education and link together the academic
experience with the world of work. The University provides advice and
helps students in getting part-time jobs and full-time jobs and
internships after graduation. Sri Lanka student Alumnus Sangeetha
Seneviratne said, "After working in Sri Lanka for several years, I
applied for MA International Business programme, and won a full
scholarship. I have now passed the MA with excellent grades and is
working full-time in London in an international environment. I really
enjoyed my experience in London and are very glad that London Met has
truly transformed my life and enabled me to achieve my full potential"
London Met proves that education in the UK is not just about passing
exams. It's about individual transformation and development; through
knowledge, through interaction, through personal growth and through
learning about the world around us from a variety of viewpoints.
Student Recruitment and International Development Director Mark
Bickerton will be interviewing prospective students willing to join UG
and PG courses starting this September and 2011 on July 8, July 9 at the
British Council, Colombo. For appointments contact British Council or
[email protected] For more information, visit