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London Metropolitan University puts its students at the centre of everything, constantly reviewing the courses to respond to the demands of the job market and give students a diverse choice in their options. Most of the courses on offer are available on both a full-time and part-time basis.

The university has dedicated careers and employability team that aims to support and advise students both during and after their studies. They run a mentoring scheme, which can put students in touch with a professional from their chosen sector, as well as a graduate internship scheme, which offers around 30 paid internships each year.

Many courses include work placement modules that count towards the final degree and many are accredited by professional bodies, which give the qualifications extra weight.

Contact Information
Contact Number:

020 7133 4200

Head Office Address:
London Metropolitan University, 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB
Course Details
Number of Courses:

9

Type of Courses:

Postgraduate; BA (Hons)

Key Course Titles:

BA (Hons) Fashion
BA (Hons) Fashion Textiles
BA (Hons) Fashion Accessories & Jewellery
BA (Hons) Fashion Photography

Course Fees:

UK fees:
£9,250 per year

Notable Staff Contact Details:

Ben Sawtell
Senior Communications Manager
020 7133 3392
07776 492 248
b.sawtell@londonmet.ac.uk

Athena Barrett
Internal Communications Officer
020 7133 3352
a.barrett@londonmet.ac.uk

Course Information
Press Office Phone Number: 020 7133 2466
Press Office Email: r.moir@londonmet.ac.uk
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