London Metropolitan University (LMU) was formed in 2002 from the merger of the University of North London and London Guildhall University.
LMU has invested heavily in its facilities, and now owns several state-of-the-art research centres. The university’s “superlab” has more than 280 workstations, with additional specialist laboratories for fields including sport science, phlebotomy and virology. Media students have the opportunity to work in a newsroom with its own radio station, while law students have access to a mock courtroom.
The university’s main campus is in Holloway, in North London, where the faculties of Sciences and Computing and Social Sciences and Humanities are located. This up-and-coming area is ten minutes from central London by public transport. Arsenal Football Club’s Emirates Stadium can be seen from LMU’s faculty, making it a great location for football fans
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