Study in London
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Why study in London?
There are many reasons to study in London, from its reputation as a multicultural city, to its long history as an academic hub. Its vibrant and metropolitan atmosphere appeals to a diverse population, including the half a million students who study there. It’s a popular choice for international students who like a diverse range of food, history, and art all on their doorstep.
Universities in London
London is home to some of the highest-rated universities in the UK, specializing in a wide range of subjects including medicine, business, engineering, and science. The majority of universities in London, and the UK as a whole, are public, with a small number being private and funded by tuition fees alone.
- City, University of London
- London Metropolitan University
- King Stage Business School
- London South Bank University
- Coventry University London
- Royal Holloway, University of London
- The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance
- University of Greenwich
- Regent's University London
- Rose Bruford College
- University of Westminster
What to study in London
England’s capital offers international students thousands of different programs to choose from. Whether you’re looking to do a bachelor’s or master’s degree in London, the city can offer a high standard of education in the exact field of study you’re interested in.
Due to the presence of businesses and the finance industry, many international students go to London to study for MBA programs, or in subjects such as accounting.
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Student reviews for London
London Metropolitan University Biochemistry
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- London has become my second home and I feel safe and the public transport is amazing. There is so much sightseeing and you will never get bored.
London Metropolitan University Graphic Design
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- I am living in London. I am travelling to my university around half an hour by overground to reach the campus which is great. It is on a good location.
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How to study in London
As with all UK university and college applications, you need to apply through UCAS for London undergraduate programs. You can choose up to five programs to apply for, and usually need a personal statement and a reference for your application.
Postgraduate program applications are often arranged directly through a university. Each London university will have their own application process depending on your subject and program.
One of the main requirements to study in London is that you have the correct visa. When your place is secured, you’ll need to apply for your UK student visa.
Cost to study in London
Overseas students usually pay more for tuition fees in London. However, currently if you’re an EU student you pay the same fees as home students. For all other international students, fees are set by the universities and vary depending on the subject and program you’re studying. Fees for some London universities can be as high as £30,000 a year at the undergraduate level.
Before applying for programs, consider your budget and the cost of tuition at universities that appeal to you. As living costs in London are particularly high, you’ll need more money to support yourself than you would in other parts of the UK.
Key facts of London
63/40°F Summer/winter temperature
8 million Population