(London, May 2022)

International Education Strategy: 2022 progress update

"The UK government published the International Education Strategy(IES): global potential, global growth in March 2019. Led by Department for Education (DfE) and Department for International Trade (DIT), it sets a cohesive, cross-government approach supporting global activities of our education sector.


It also sets out 2 ambitions to achieve by 2030:


  • increase education exports to £35 billion per year
  • increase the numbers of international higher education (HE) students studying in the UK to 600,000 per year"


(London/California 23/12/2021)

New partnership to improve the quality of our psychology modules/courses.

LMCI now validated by The California Institute for Interdisciplinary Psychology.


The California Institute for Interdisciplinary Psychology sees itself as an ideal organization that is primarily committed to the scientific issues of psychology and related areas.
In his activities it includes the conventional methods of psychology and their diverse areas of application e.g., in religion, art, science, education, journalism, economics and politics as well as non-conventional methods and new areas.

Due to its interdisciplinary membership and organizational structure, which is reflected in the establishment of different sections, The California Institute for Interdisciplinary Psychology is able to deal with relevant questions in interdisciplinary contexts.

(London 30/09/2021)

Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) publish new guidelines

Higher Education Credit Framework for England:
NEW Advice on Academic Credit Arrangements

Higher Education Credit Framework for England: Advice on Academic Credit Arrangements, Second edition
What is credit?
Credit is more than simply a record of learning; it can be a course-design aid, a tool for describing the comparability of learning achieved in terms of volume and intellectual demand, and it can help learners see their journey in terms of learning outcomes and credit accumulation at each level of study.
The flexibility of credit systems can support learners to adapt to changes in their personal circumstances without having to disrupt or retake their learning. Students can use this flexibility to pause and return to study or move between providers and courses. Expressing learning achievements in smaller chunks can also help learners compare and make sense of the enormous range of academic and professional qualifications now available.
Credit values give information about the amount of learning and academic demands.
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(London 08/09/2021)

London Metropolitan College International is part of the assessment for technical and vocational education and training (TVET) through UNESCO (UNEVOC).
This is another important milestone in expanding our range of professional qualifications.

(London/Bangkok 30/08/2021)

London Metropolitan College International is part of the assessment for higher educacion institutions led by the UNESCO Bangkok Office, Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education.

Our standards and methods in "Blended Learning for Quality Higher Education in Asia-Pacific" correspond to the requirements to the highest degree and testify to a high level of competence. 

(London 04/06/2021)

Details of the free courses and qualifications for adults (19+) available through the Lifetime Skills Guarantee including eligibility criteria and how to apply.

(London 28/04/2021)


Turing: the UK's new student mobility programme


Please, watch the YOUTUBE VIDEO:


(London 05/03/2021)

London Metropolitan College International publishes the EQAVET/ LMCI manual for EUROPEAN QUALITY ASSURANCE

You can find this helpful manual in our download section FOR FREE.


We are very thankful to EQAVET, for giving us such a wonderful opportunity, to develop us further.

(London 20/01/2021)

London Metropolitan College International participates in the UNESCO/UNO International Day of Education 2021

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility.
The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 24 January as International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education for peace and development.
Without inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong opportunities for all, countries will not succeed in achieving gender equality and breaking the cycle of poverty that is leaving millions of children, youth and adults behind.

Today, 258 million children and youth still do not attend school; 617 million children and adolescents cannot read and do basic math; less than 40% of girls in sub-Saharan Africa complete lower secondary school and some four million children and youth refugees are out of school. Their right to education is being violated and it is unacceptable.

(London 05/10/2020)

London Metropolitan College International participates in the UNESCO World Teachers' Day 2020: Teachers: leading in crisis, reimagining the future, 5 October 2020

In 2020, World Teachers’ Day will celebrate teachers with the theme “Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future”. The day provides the occasion to celebrate the teaching profession worldwide, take stock of achievements, and draw attention to the voices of teachers, who are at the heart of efforts to attain the global education target of leaving no one behind.

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly added to the challenges faced by already over-extended education systems throughout the world. It is no exaggeration to say that the world is at a crossroads and, now more than ever, we must work with teachers to protect the right to education and guide it into the unfolding landscape brought about by the pandemic.

The issue of teacher leadership in relation to crisis responses is not just timely, but critical in terms of the contributions teachers have made to provide remote learning, support vulnerable populations, re-open schools, and ensure that learning gaps have been mitigated. The discussions surrounding WTD will also address the role of teachers in building resilience and shaping the future of education and the teaching profession.

(London 01/07/2020)



(London 29/06/2020)

London Metropolitan College International is proud to announce that it is now a member of the "European Forum of technical and Vocational Education and Training (EfVET)".


Due to Brexit in particular, it is important to us to continue working intensively with our European partners.


What is EfVET ?
EfVET is one of the leading European-wide professional associations which has been created by, and for, Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers. EfVET’s policy and strategy are formulated by its member colleges and VET institutions. It collaborates with but is independent of all government and funding bodies. Its income is derived from membership subscription, grants and sponsorship.

EfVET represents directly the views of its members on VET issues to all the European Union Institutions and Bodies and responds to all appropriate consultation processes. EfVET offers a network of, and for, professionals to foster connections between researchers, business people, and practitioners in Vocational Education and Training and lifelong learning.

(London 27/05/2020)

New business online courses in accounting and management starting soon, students welcome!

(London 01/05/2020)

The college will be closed on 08/05/2020, there will be NO live teaching activities online and the OFFICE IS NOT WORKING.
The reason for this is the Victory in Europe Day (VE day).
On Saturday, 09/05/2020 we will be back for you as usual.

(London 27/03/2020)

Despite the past difficult weeks, we are still there for our students online.
Our already excellent range of online courses has been greatly expanded in recent times.
Fortunately, we currently have NO patients among our students and teachers.
Please note the following rules of conduct so that it stays that way!

(Belfast, 01/12/2019)

To ensure that the changes caused by BREXIT do not affect our customers, we opened a branch office in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, from 01.12.2019.
From now on, the care of all customers who are not from UK itself, takes place exclusively from Northern Ireland.

The London office is still open for all of our UK based customers.
As a result, we are able to work quickly and reliably for our customers in the usual way.

(London, 12/11/2019)

Prepare  for Brexit Guidance,
UK Department for Education

Updated 28 October 2019

(London, 11/10/2019)

new commonwealth education report 2019!

An invaluable resource looking at the Commonwealth’s most pressing education challenges and opportunities, with perspectives from over 50 of the world’s leading experts on education and lifelong learning.

New Commonwealth Education Report 2019!
An invaluable resource looking at the Commonwealth’s most pressing education challenges and opportunities, with perspectives from over 50 of the world’s leading experts on education and lifelong learning.
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(London, 05/10/2019)

London Metropolitan College International participates in the UNESCO

World Teachers' Day celebrations 2019!

In 2019, World Teachers’ Day will celebrate teachers with the theme, “Young Teachers: The future of the Profession.” The day provides the occasion to celebrate the teaching profession worldwide, to take stock of achievements, and to address some of the issues central for attracting and keeping the brightest minds and young talents in the profession.


Teachers are key to improving the lives of children, youth & adults around the globe. But attracting young teachers to
the profession is a major challenge globally. We must empower young teachers to shape education and teaching in
order to deliver quality learning and guarantee the right to education for all.
The world needs more young teachers
• In OECD countries, young teachers, i.e. under the age of 30 years old, make up a small proportion
of the teaching population. Teachers under 30 account for only 13% of teachers in
primary education, 11% in lower secondary and 8% in upper secondary on average across
OECD countries in 2017. (Source)
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(London, 08/07/2019)

World Access to Higher Education Day 2018 Brochure
Organizing committee founded.
Preparations for the World Access to Higher Education Day 2019 day in November 2019 have begun.
With the support of over 100 organisations from over 35 countries, the first World Access to Higher Education Day (WAHED) was held on the 28th November 2018.
The aim of WAHED was to act as a catalyst for global, regional and local action to address inequalities in access to higher education across the world.
Enclosed is an information about the kick-off 2018.
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Monday, 02.09.2019


Thursday, 05.09.2019


royal plaza hotel, hong kong, china


 hosted by the London Metropolitan College International, more details coming soon.

(London, 26/02/2019)

New accelerated online bachelor degree programs now started.

Bachelor in less than 15 month possible!

At LMCI, we realize you have life experience and prior knowledge.

By passing a LMCI Fast Track test you can save up to 50% on time and money by earning.

Significant work experience will be considered on an individual basis.

Accreditation to participate at the Second High-Level United Nations Conference on South-South Cooperation (07/02/2019)

The LMCI is very proud, to be bee specially accredited to participate at the Second High-Level United Nations Conference on South-South Cooperation (BAPA+40 Conference).

 The conference will take place in the Convention Centre in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 20 to 22 March 2019.

 Only 5 institutions from UK are accredited to this important meeting, LMCI is one of this.

Letter of the President of the United Nationa GA
Highly honorable invitation to LMCI
letter from PGA.pdf
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Teacher/Lecturer/Professor wanted
Become a teacher,lecturer or Professor and come to an and come to an important job (02/2019)
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Board of LMCI visited academic Partners in Costa Rica to establish a deep friendship and partnership with local Universities.