STUDY IN LONDON
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Study in London, and find the best universities in London.
London is one of the world’s great cities and a perfect place to study in the UK. Approximately 25% of all international students in the UK choose to study in London and the city offers some world class universities.
Besides education, London is also a great place to live and study. Divided by the river Thames and extending for 611 square miles, London is the city that created the Underground, hosted the Olympics a record-breaking three times and is the world’s most visited city.
Come study in London. You won’t regret it.
How can you study a degree in London?London is one of the world’s biggest centres of education and has a huge concentration of universities where you can study an undergraduate degree. There are more than 40 higher education institutions in London and the student population is more than 400,000.
Major universities in London include:
- Brunel University
- City University London
- Imperial College London
- King’s College London
- London School of Economics
University College London
Immigration and visasEU citizens are allowed to come and study an undergraduate degree in London providing they fulfil the following criteria:
- Are studying in the UK for more than three months
- Are enrolled at an accredited university or institution
Have proof of sufficient funds to cover your undergraduate degree in the UK for its duration
- Proof of funding to cover an undergraduate course and living costs
- A confirmation of acceptance to study (CAS) reference from a university with sponsor status
Adequate English language skills
Accommodation and living costsLondon is the most expensive city to live in as a student and rents can often be double the price you would pay elsewhere in the UK. Students tend to live in shared houses or flats or dedicated halls of residence. Expect to pay around £400-£500 a month for a room in a shared flat.
As London is such a large city, it pays to try and live as close as possible to where you will be studying. With so much competition for flats, finding somewhere to live in London can be an extremely stressful and cut-throat business. Make sure you do plenty of research on where you want to live before taking the plunge.