31 August 2012
This page is for students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who are studying at London Metropolitan University or are planning to study there. We will update it with any new information.
We have withdrawn London Metropolitan University’s licence to sponsor students from outside the EEA under Tier 4 of the points-based system. This means it is no longer on the register of licensed sponsors, and it can no longer sponsor students from outside the EEA with a Tier 4 visa.
A taskforce is being created, which will include the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), Universities UK, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), the UK Border Agency and the National Union of Students (NUS). This is starting to work with London Metropolitan University to support you. It will try to help appropriately qualified genuine students to find another education provider to sponsor them, provided they meet the requirements to study in the UK under Tier 4 of the points-based system.
Coming to study in the UKfrom abroad is incredibly exciting when you have many things to think about, including the right to go to college, what course to choose, where you can live and how to get financing if necessary.
Degrees of accounting and finance are very popular, students are likely to want to learn more about money, business and management and how they intertwine three in the world today. In these uncertain economic times, has never been more important for new graduates leaving university with both knowledge and skills as many as possible.
If you decide to do an undergraduate or graduate, you want to feel ready to cope with tutorials, lectures, case studies, tests and examinations to achieve its full potential. Often, this means that the investigation into the various elements in the depth and work independently to find information, not necessarily in the books of the library.
The analysis of company accounts and finances can be a great way to broaden your experience and you might want to do this before you even start to study as a way to increase general knowledge so you can impress your colleagues and teachers as soon as you start. Standing in the crowd is a key to get noticed and increase your chances of getting a job once
its title is complete.
You can make comparisons between different companies, examination of items such as accounts of turnover, profit and loss, balance sheets and liabilities, to name only a few numbers useful. In addition, recent price action of the London Stock Exchange and FTSE companies list is updated every 15 minutes, which means you, will actually get to the minute information. If your interest
investments you can know how much a company invests in a company and percentage they control.
Be the first in his class and do a thorough investigation, only interested or need this essential test of the brand.