Ranked No. 1 in the world in the 2019 QS Best Student Cities list, it’s no wonder that thousands of students from across the globe choose to study in London.
Its world-class universities, thriving cultural sector and abundance of start-ups and enterprises make it the perfect place for our students to develop their creative practice and build their future careers.
The city is home to over 200 theatres, 170 museums and countless independent art galleries and cultural spaces. Unlike many other large cities, London is famous for its abundance of parks and green spaces.
From the gigantic Hyde Park and St James’s Park in the West, to the wilds of Hampstead Heath in the North, there are endless opportunities to escape the noise of the city and immerse yourself in nature.
Moving to the UK
Moving to London from a different country is exciting experience. Find out more about accommodation, bank accounts, healthcare, travel and things to do in the city.
Hear from our students
Ella Caton: BA (Hons) Textile Design, Chelsea College of Arts
Ella Caton, a BA (Hons) Textile Design student, shares her experience of studying in London.
Tanikha Allen: BA (Hons) Theatre Design
Tanikha Allen, a BA (Hons) Theatre Design student, shares her experience of studying in London.
Sophia's London experience
Sophia is a second year BA (Hons) Graphic Design Communication student at Chelsea College of Arts. She talks about her decision to return to education after working in fashion as a junior account manager.
For Sophia, studying in London has offered so many opportunities and is a constant inspiration and influence on her creativity.
Daniela's London experience
Meet Daniela Navaes from Brazil, currently studying MA User Experience Design at London College of Communication.
Hear about her experience as a Brazilian international student and how she found the move to London.
Rory's London experience
Rory is a mature student studying BA (Hons) Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts. Originally from Hull, Rory always wanted to move to London. From cycling the city to finding free gigs, Rory recalls his first experiences of London culture and the diverse spirit of the city.