London Metropolitan University offers a wide range of courses to a student population of over 20,000. The University possesses an experienced, well-qualified staff excited to welcome you to their campus. As a study abroad student, you may take courses in areas ranging from business, law, governance, international relations, psychology, computing, math and social sciences and humanities. You will be taught by nationally recognized research faculty and have the option to participate in an internship. You will also have the opportunity to join numerous clubs and intramural sports teams. Additionally, aficionados of music, film, dance, theater, comedy, sport, and culinary delights of all cuisines will find that London provides endless opportunities.
Semester and/or Academic Year
Spring Term: January 19, 2014 - May 31, 2014
Fall Term: **Tentative** September 21, 2014 - December 20, 2014
2.7 GPA, Must be second semester sophomore, junior or senior
Fall Admission: April 15
To apply, please complete and submit:
Non-Cortland students must also return completed Judicial Review and Code of Conduct forms.
Spring 2014 Travel Dates:
Departure Date from the U.S.: January 19, 2014
Fall 2014 Travel Dates **Tentative**:
Departure Date from the U.S.: September 21, 2014
For travel in and around London, students will purchase a London Travel Card (Oyster Card). The Oyster card allows unlimited access to the tube and underground in Zones 1 & 2.
Orientation Schedule at London Met
Before you depart, please read London Metropolitan University's Study Abroad Handbook
Spring 2014 Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**
2014 Fall Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**
Accepted students will receive an updated budget as a part of their acceptance packet.
|Program Course Information||
Students are fully integrated into the academic and social life of the University and study alongside British students at either the North or City campus.
Students will take 4 Modules (3 credits each) or an Internship with 3 Modules for a total of 12 U.S. credits.
Art and Theatre in London (AH201 & TH201) - Explore the rich heritage of Europe through the many Art Galleries and Museums that the city has to offer. Allow yourself to be introduced to the breadth of theatre that London has available. These courses are a favorite among study abroad students!
Submit your module choices by completing and submitting to SUNY Cortland:
Special Note: All students that participate in an internship MUST apply for a U.K. TIER 4 Visa. Visa guidance will be provided by SUNY Cortland International Programs Office. For more information about the TIER 4 visa please go to the U.K. Border Agency website.
To apply for an internship in London:
All participants will live in Nido Apartments. Nido is a relatively new student housing complex with many amenities. The Nido complex is located in the Kings Cross area of central London. Students are housed in a shared twin room with a private bath and a communal kitchen on every floor. Students have the option of a single room with its own kitchenette and private bath for an additional fee (see budget). Nido Application and Roommate Preference Form should be submitted with program application.
Email one of our student mentors to learn more about London Metropolitan University from a student's perspective.
Mary Wilcox studied during the spring 2013 semester.
Contact Gonda Gebhardt, SUNY Cortland Study Abroad Advisor for any questions you may have.