London Metropolitan University

31 Jewry Street, EC3N 2EY

London Metropolitan University, exterior picture

Address:31 Jewry Street, EC3N 2EY
Map:See London Metropolitan University on a map
Telephone:020 7423 0000

About: The London Metropolitan University can trace its history back to 1848, when the Bishop of London had called for an institution to educate and enforce the morals of London's young men. This aspect The London Metropolitan became the City of London College- which later became the City of London Polytechnic The North London Campus of the London Metropolitan University began in 1896 as the Northern polytechnic institute. Within five years of its inception the attendance had doubled and the Polytechnics evening class degrees were recognised by the University of London. The Polytechnic merged with another institute in 1970 and in 1992 won University status- with it the power to award its own degrees. It was to merger of these two institutes in 2002 that became The London Metropolitan University. Today it is the largest Unitary University in London and one of the top destinations for EU students. The University boasts more than 35,000 students and has continued to expand since its merger

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