Skopje Metropolitan College was formed as a separate school of Euro College for the sole purpose of running London Metropolitan University courses in the capital of North Macedonia, Skopje. In this capacity, Skopje Metropolitan College or Skopje Met will use all our previous know-how, expertise and experience in running similar courses with various British higher educational institutions in the past, most notable being CMI (Chartered Management Institute), London City College and Kensington College of Business.
The newly established college will finally realize the initial mission of the founders to offer the opportunity for the students in North Macedonia and in the Balkan region to study at home under the guidance and partnership of the most respected university system of the world.
To support individuals of all backgrounds, abilities and aspirations in order to fulfil their potential through learning, achievement and progression.
To be recognised as a leading provider of further and higher education that is inclusive, inspiring and free from barriers to learning.
To acquire and maintain resources in line with growing student numbers and enhance institutional capabilities to support students
commonly known as London Met, is a public research university in London, England. With roots going back to 1848, it is one of London’s oldest educational institutions. London Metropolitan University (LMU) was formed in 2002 from the merger of the University of North London and London Guildhall University. It offers about 160 degree courses, to 9,200 students (including 7,000 overseas students from 155 countries). The university also maintains several offices abroad in Beijing, Chennai, Delhi, Dhaka, Lagos, Lahore and from 2020, in Skopje.
LMU 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. 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.
Famous Alumni: Sadiq Khan (Member of Parliament and the Mayor of London), Neil Tennant (singer of Pet Shop Boys), Jeremy Corbyn (former leader of the Labour Party), Alison Moyet (pop singer), John Box (Academy Award and BAFTA-winning British film production designer and art director) Ian M. Cook ( Chairman, President and chief executive officer of Colgate-Palmolive) James Brokenshire (Member of Parliament) Kate Hoey (Member of Parliament) D. Bernard Amos (professor of immunology and experimental surgery at Duke University; Honorary Graduates: Duke of Edinburgh, Dalai Lama 14th