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Phone Number of London Metropolitan University is + 44 (0)20 7423 0000,+44 (0) 20 7133 420 .

London Metropolitan University was formed on 1 August 2002 by the merger of London Guildhall University with the University of North London. The new institution preserved continuity by assuming the company registration of the former London Guildhall University and as a result there was no hiatus in the corporate existence of the London Metropolitan University or its degree awarding powers. The change of name of the merged University was approved by the Privy Council. In 1848 Charles Blomfield, the Bishop of London, called upon the clergy to establish evening classes to improve the moral, intellectual and spiritual condition of young men in London. In response, the bishop Charles Mackenzie, who instituted the Metropolitan Evening Classes for Young Men in Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate, London, with student fees at one shilling per session. Subjects on the original curriculum included Greek, Latin, Hebrew, English, History, Mathematics, Drawing and Natural Philosophy. This fledgling college came under royal patronage following the visit of Prince Albert to the classes in 1851. In 1860 the classes moved to Sussex Hall, the former Livery Hall of the Bricklayers' Company, in Leadenhall Street. By this time, some 800 students were enrolled annually.

London Metropolitan University, located in London, England, was formed on 1 August 2002 by the amalgamation of London Guildhall University and the University of North London. The University is based in inner London with a campus in the City of London and a second campus in Islington, North London next to Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. The University operates its own archives, libraries and museum. The Women's Library houses the archives of the Fawcett Society, and other material on the history of feminism. The other collections are the TUC Library, the Irish Studies Collection and The Frederick Parker Collection.

London Metropolitan University has two campuses named City campus and North campus in London. London City campus: The London City campus is the site of the former London Guildhall University, near Aldgate East, Tower Hill and Liverpool Street tube stations. There are buildings located at Minories, Jewry Street,Central House, Moorgate, Whitechapel High Street, Calcutta House, Commercial Road and Goulston Sreet.The Deconstructivist Graduate Centre on Holloway Road, designed by Daniel Libeskind.There is a gymnasium for the use of staff and students at the Whitechapel High St. building, although there are also several private gymnasiums nearby.

The City campus is at the intersection of the City of London financial district and the old East end (Jack the Ripper tours frequently pass by London Metropolitan University buildings). Spitalfields market is close by, offering a variety of bars, coffee shops, and restaurants, as well as market stalls. London North campus: London North campus is the site of the former University of North London, near Holloway Road and Highbury & Islington tube stations.The Campus began life in 1896 as the Northern Polytechnic Institute. By 1900, student numbers had doubled and later the Institute's evening degrees were recognized by the University of London. The Tower Building of London Metropolitan University in North Campus on Holloway Road. In the early 1970s, the Northern Polytechnic merged with the North Western Polytechnic, which was established in 1929, to become the Polytechnic of North London. In 1992 the Polytechnic became the University of North London. London Metropolitan chooses not to appear in privately organized league tables because London Metropolitan University believes that the UK Government should be the formal assessor of universities, rather than (private) newspapers' tables


In the 2006 Institutional Audit, the Quality Assurance Agency expressed "broad confidence" in the soundness of the University's management of the quality of its academic programmers and the academic standards of its awards. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, London Metropolitan was ranked equal 107th out of 132 institutions by the Times Higher Education's RAE league table. Every year London Metropolitan University invests over £700,000 in its scholarship programme to help academically excellent students as well as students with outstanding achievements in various sports disciplines fund their education.

London Metropolitan University offers a Merit Scholarship Programme and gives £1000 for all international students who achieve A grades whilst studying any bachelor degree course at the University. University also offers some scholarships in sports, such as Hockey, Tennis and Basketball. The University also offers postgraduate scholarships, a range of full tuition scholarships, including some scholarships with free accommodation. The University has several student exchange programmers with academic institutions in the US and Europe, with financial support for those who participate through the Erasmus program.

London Metropolitan University Students' Union ("Matsu") is affiliated to the National Union of Students. The day to day running of the Union is organized by a team of officers who together make up the Executive Committee. A Student Council sets policy and can set the direction that the Executive take. It can also censure and remove officers from their positions. London Metropolitan University directly manages two award-winning social facilities: The Rocket complex and courtyard located on Holloway Road at North campus; and Hub Bar located on Goulston Street at City campus. The Rocket is renowned for its famous club night, which was once voted best student night out in London by Time Out. At Sub Bar, refurbished after years of neglect in the 1990s, events include acoustic/open mic nights, live bands, quiz and comedy nights, club and do nights. Both the Rocket and Sub are favored by club and live music promoters for high profile public events. Recent performances have included acts such as Norman Jay, Mary Ann Hobbs, 2manydjs, Justice and Foreign Beggars with Beardyman.

London Metropolitan University operations are overseen by a board of governors comprising external members and senior administrative and academic staff. In July 2008 it was reported that a financial crisis was looming for the London Metropolitan University. London Met had been misreporting data on student dropouts for several years and, consequently, the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) was proposing to claw back at least £15 million for the overpayment in 2008-9. In February 2009 it was revealed that London Met had been overpaid £58 million by HEFCE, who were seeking to recover the money. The British government announced in May 2009 that there would be an independent inquiry; exploring the possibility that HEFCE had colluded with London Met by failing to query implausibly low drop-out rates. That inquiry concluded in November 2009 and was reported to cast responsibility to Brian Roper, other senior administrators, and the Board of Governors. Following conclusion of the report, the chair of HEFCE called on "senior staff" and the entire Board of Governors to resign, noting that HEFCE was not convinced that the London Metropolitan University management could effectively safeguard public funds. After the deadline indicated by HEFCE chief executive Alan Langlands had passed, there were ruminations among staff and ministers that HEFCE could withdraw funding, effectively forcing the university to close.

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