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Student Support Services

Student Support Services

Our Student Support team is set up to help current and prospective students by providing expert advice and comprehensive assistance.

We provide a range of specialist advice, information, guidance and personal counselling to support you in achieving your academic aims.

We provide services related to:


  • Student Funding
  • Finance and Debt
  • Counselling & Personal Development
  • Personal and Emotional well-being
  • Faith and Spirituality
  • Physical and Mental-Health
  • Specific Learning Differences
  • Student Finance
  • Getting to know Bulgaria
  • Accommodation

Life on campus and accommodation 

Sofia Metropolitan College is a trusted partner to “Kitchen59”. “Kitchen59” campus is located at Sofia’s upcoming trendy Hipodruma neighborhood. The whole city, including Sofia Metropolitan College is easily accessible from this well-connected neighborhood. 

“Kitchen59” provides our students with the complete package that gets their mind off mundane and boring tasks. Whether they choose to stay just for a month or longer their comfort in the campus is well guaranteed.


For more information, please contact our Student Support team!

Students' Learning Resources

Each student can have an access to the London Metropolitan University’s Library and E-resources. Below you can explore the list of e-resources available:


  •  ACLS Humanities e-books
  •  American Chemical Society
  •  American Economic Association
  •  American Society for Microbiology
  •  BFI Inview
  •  Brill Journal Archive
  •  British Periodicals Collections I & II
  •  CareKnowledge
  •  Credo Reference
  •  Emerald Management EJournals ( + 3 subscriptions)
  •  i-law academic package
  •  Institute pf Physics Journal Archive
  •  JSTOR
  •  JSTOR e-books
  •  Leisure Tourism
  •  Migration to New Worlds
  •  Mintel
  •  Open Book Publisher’s Library e-books
  •  Oxford Journals Archive
  •  Periodicals Archive Online (Proquest)
  •  Project Muse Humanities Collection
  •  Royal Society of Chemistry Journals Archive
  •  Safari Tech Books
  •  Science
  •  Satista
  •  Web of Science
  •  WGSN
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