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Universities in The United Kingdom


There are few better cities to study a degree abroad in than London. It has everything from culture and history to top universities. While the options for your study a degree in London course may be wide, all offer excellent opportunities.

As cultural hub with top universities Manchester is a popular destination for international students looking for an undergraduate course.

Birmingham, the UK's second largest city has a reputation as one of the best destinations for students with three universities and a thriving nightlife.

Scotland's second largest city, Glasgow is a hub of student life, culture and quality education. Come study a degree in Glasgow and find out why.

Come study a degree in Sheffield and get the best of both city and country life - this city is the perfect study abroad destination.

With two major universities and several higher education colleges, Leeds offers undergraduate students plenty of options. Leeds is a vibrant and extremely varied city, with culture, sport and good old Yorkshire values at the heart of living in Leeds.

Nottingham is a vibrant city with a small town feel. With two universities it is one of the UK's best cities for undergraduate education and is a vibrant place with great nightlife and shopping and a established cultural scene.

Southampton is a seaside city on the south coast of England, with a student population of more than 40,000. It is famous for being the largest city in the county of Hampshire and also a major port, and is situated on the edge of the New Forest, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Aberdeen is Scotland's third largest city and home to two prestigious universities: the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon.

Bath is a World Heritage city with two top universities that is perfect for your undergraduate studies in the UK. Come study a degree in Bath and become part of the tradition.

The capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is a city with a rich history and is home to one of the UK's largest and most prestigious universities.

Bristol is seen one of the coolest cities in the UK with a history of creativity especially in music and art. It's two universities have a strong reputation in mathematics, medicine, engineering, economics and biology.

Home to the world famous University of Cambridge you can study and live in one of the world's education capitals, so make the most of your chance to network and learn from some celebrated thinkers.

Cardiff is the capital and largest city of Wales, and is an extremely popular location for students due to its culture, nightlife and world class university.

Coventry is home to two prestigious universities and offers big city living at a fraction of the costs of places like London, Manchester and Birmingham.

Durham is a city with plenty of cultural appeal. It has a World Heritage Site listed cathedral, plenty of beautiful architecture and a university that is often rated third only to Oxford and Cambridge on the prestige scale.

Choosing to study a degree in Edinburgh will allow you to live in one of the UK's best cities. Famous for festivals, castles and whiskey, Edinburgh - or Auld Reekie as it's otherwise known - is a perfect student destination.

Lancaster is a historic city and is home to two campuses offering quality education. Although small, there is plenty fo reason to choose to study a degree in Lancaster.

Leicester is a city in the East Midlands of England, and is the largest city in the region. With two universities and a thriving student population of almost 40,000, it is an extremely popular destination for those choosing to study undergraduate degrees in the UK.

Lincoln is a city in the East Midlands of England, and is one of the country's oldest with a rich history. Famed for its cathedral and castle Lincoln is the perfect place for students from overseas to study in historic England.

Best known as the hometown of the Beatles, as well as for its two Premier League football clubs, Liverpool is a thriving city, with friendly residents, three universities, and a student population of almost 55,000.

Chances are that when you think of Oxford, you think of its famous university. A quarter of the city's population is now made up of students - the highest proportion in the UK.

York is a fantastic city in which to study and socialise – with numerous cultural advantages aside from its world class university.