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Written on: 11/02/2014
I have a year course at London met for which I paid about £2000. The quality of teaching is extremely poor. The course leader uses some students, whom just completed the same course last year, as qualified lecturer. They don't have any teaching qualifications and even don't have an MA. … Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2013
The teachers are rude, shout at you for asking a question and are generally the most miserable people I have ever had the misfortune to be in the same room with. No wonder they are in such a bad mood - the university is simply hopeless. The rooms are badly equipped, half the labs are not open when you need them, and they can't even get their paperwork done without messing it up. Sometimes it takes more than 2 months to get an essay back, and when you do, they only have a mark for you but no… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/05/2013 by CatherinaDfini270 (4 reviews written)
I studied in Londonmet between 2002 and 2006, I did Electronic and Communication Engineering and had the best time of my life there, some of my teachers were international recognized figures in the field of science and research, some very knowledgeable people, the way the program was structured was also very good with a good mix of theory and practice, the labs equipment was up to standard for us to practice all that we'd learned in the lessons and the uni itself provided all that a student… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2012
I have read mixed reviews about London Met before I started my degree there and wanted to see what the place really is all about. The university has modernised some buildings and has a good reputation on some of its courses. After three years of studying at London Met I can say that this is probably the worse university ever! The place should not even be called a university! Half of the lecturers don't speak enough English teach or articulate their ideas. At last 80% of students don't speak… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2012
I couldn't even begin to tell you how much I hated this university, I advise everyone to visit this university if you are EVER considering applying especially North Campus where I was studying, I remember my first day I actually cried, the tutors are not helpful, the students are all maturer and I was studying media studies at ladbroke house (closing down this year) and our lecturers didn't have no windows at all. Its just making me mad thinking about it now, luckily i got transferred to Brunel… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2012 by M.FFFF (1 review written)
I agree : dreadful full of loony lefties teaching the humanities content (Islington what do you expect?) poor facilities good pubs around the campus though… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2012
I was super scared reading about the revciews .But unfortunately all my options were out and studyinG in London met was my last resort. me and my flat mate who studies in westminster (has paid way more than me ) often compare. I agree to some reviews , I agree its not perfect . I have just managed fine .I am extremely pleased with Tutors . Not All but most . They are fine teachers . The facilities is enough . Not as grand as other university . I definetely have more classes than my westminster… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/04/2011
London Metropolitan University, especially the Business school, is to my opinion, amongst the top UK ranking universities.
Judging it by the above criteria, the IT Facilities are just brilliant, with an enormous number of modern computers, screens and televisions available for all students. The Bloomberg Terminals is my favourite part - as they are a source of highly professional information - finance/economics/accounting... knowing how to use them is a great advantage for gaining "A"s on… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/10/2010
nice university... there is no place which is perfect amd other than this lmu is having more than 35,000 students.. whatever anyone say this proves that its not that bad university... may be someone have got some bad experiences but its not possible to have all the experiences which are bad... it means you have got some problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/08/2010
I did my first degree in Computing. I had some fantastic lecturers and some were awful as well. I put a lot of effort and managed to get a very god result. I came back in 2008-2009 to do a master degree at the University and I must say i was impressed by how good some lecturers were. I had my best year at the Uni and really grateful to some wonderful lecturers namely QiCheng Yu and Bob Righby who were a class above. I would certainly recommend London Metropolitan University.
I am very… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2010
Wasn't at all bad as London Guildhall I gather. Was effectively sold out to the dreadful University of North London and became London Metropolitan a few years back. The Holloway Road (North) campus is dire and frankly unsafe even in daylight. Administration is pretty bad and the 'university' (I use the term rather loosely) is run and managed by a thoroughly inept senior group of people who many seem to think need replacing before the place can improve at all (also, there has been a scandal… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/07/2010
Judging from the current comments nothing has changed there much. I attended when it was called Guildhall University (an ex Poly) and completed some law courses. They were dreadful. I heard that the Chancellor at that time (and he remained for many years) was notorious and refused to partake in independant assessments of the courses.
Do not go there! especially for law… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2010 by NEWREVIEWQUEEN (30 reviews written)
University as an experience simply isn't for everyone. I however got what I wanted!
I wanted a law degree and I got one. The more work you put in the more work you get out and to be honest that is the biggest lesson you can learn in life.
The teaching I received was inspiring, and I still have the pleasure of networking with my lectures.
The price of education is expensive but the feeling you get the day of graduation is priceless.
The choice is yours.
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Written on: 08/01/2010
Just no! not the one you looking for. It has not even accredited from IET, ofcourse the computing faculty… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/11/2009
So expensive for what i'm receiving, just few hour of class… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2009
I have completed a part time evening course at London Metropolitan University and I'm shocked at the terrible quality of the teaching. Teachers unable to speak English and therefore unable to teach the subject, teachers over 1hr late for the lecture and teacher that tried to cram in so much, they lecture were impossible to understand.
I am glad not to have to set foot there again… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2009
I had a chance to study at London Metropolitan University as a part - time student and I have to say that I was dissapointed a lot. My coursework has been lost about three times, and my exam paper dissapierd once as well. Also some of the teachers are very unprofessional… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2009 by sgsdgsd (1 review written)
A degree at any university, including London Met, is what you make of it! I think it is a quite reasonable and acceptable university… Read Full Review
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