1. Discover Europe: students can board a train in London and be in Paris or Brussels in a few hours.
2. Home of top universities in the world
3. Experience multicultural environment with more than 2000+ museums and galleries
4. You can work while studying (20 hours per week) / Master’s Degree with internship
5. Value for money: More intensive, shorter degree courses so students save time and money acquiring the highest-quality education.
6. Excellent world class academic and education facilities
7. More than 150 universities offer wide range of subjects and courses (e.g.: BA (Hons) Footwear Design, BSc (Hons) Gemmology & Jewellery, etc.)
1. English Bars and Pubs
In England, you can have a few drinks in bars or pubs but you are not allowed to get drunk. While in Scotland, it’s illegal if you are drunk and in charge of a cow.
2. Tube Routes
The tube system in London is the first and largest underground tube route in the world. The route from Leicester Square to Covent Garden is the most popular passage for tourists.
3. Tea Day Every Day
One thing’s for sure, English are tea addicts. An Englishman drinks more tea, twenty times more than any person of any other countries.
4. Big Ben is Not a Clock
If you believed that Big Ben is a clock, this is quite shocking. It is just the name of the thirteen-ton bell and the tower is known as St. Stephen’s Tower.
5. London is a City with High Cultural Diversity
London is one of the cities in the world inhabited by thousands of people with different nationalities. The massive cultural diversity can’t hide the fact that over 25% of the people in London were born outside of Europe.
6. London’s Namesake and the London Eye
Just like other cities, London had many names before. During the Roman invasion, it was referred to as Londonium, then it was later transitioned to Ludenwic throughout Saxon times. Under the reign of Alfred the Great, the city was called Ludenberg. Until now, it is believed that London’s name etymology is still uncertain.
7. The Famous London Bridge
A nursery rhyme made this bridge more famous, and it is believed that this rhyme already existed over thousand years ago when the Viking leader Olaf Haraldsson pulled the bridge down in 1014.
8. Indian Food
When you see fish and chips, you can immediately think of the UK. But did you know that Chicken Tikka Masala is their national dish? Indian restaurants are also scattered all over the UK, and it is estimated to have more such restaurants than Mumbai.