Universities in London for international students
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for students. So you want to study in England? Fantastic
choice. Not only are you a stone’s throw from continental Europe, you have access to
a long list of globally recognized universities. Whether you are an undergraduate, postgraduate,
or study abroad student, there are schools to meet your needs. Most schools have international
student offices that can assist you with visas, scholarships, and language courses if necessary. If you want to know the best Universities
in London for international students then you should continue watching this video. Oxford University
Chances are, you’ve heard of Oxford. It’s the oldest university among English-speaking
countries, and if that’s not enough, scenes from the Harry Potter movies were filmed here.
One-third of Oxford’s student body is international, and sixty-three percent of post-graduate students
come from outside of the UK. The university’s strength is in research that covers multiple
disciplines, from humanities to medicine. Oxford is about 90 minutes northwest of London.
The campus is gorgeous and the town has a long history of craft breweries. What more
could you ask for from a college town? Kingston University. As a Kingston alumnus, I had to list this
university first. Located in Kingston-upon-Thames, about 30 minutes southwest of London, this
is a great place to study. There are postgraduate scholarship opportunities and meet-ups for
international students. The campus is compact, and there are a number of accommodation options
nearby. Totally agreed as one of the best Universities in London for international students. UNIVERSITy of Manchester. With 8,000 international students, Manchester
claims to have one of the most diverse student populations in the UK. They offer airport
pickup for students and host information sessions in countries around the world, including Brunei,
Hong Kong, and Thailand. Accommodation is guaranteed for all fee-paying international
students. Manchester is a lively town in northwest England,
and is known for its football team as well as architecture and music scene. University College London
Known as ‘London’s Global University,’ UCL is a popular spot with international students.
It is one of the top universities in the UK and has a top-ten ranking with QS World University
Rankings. Classes are small, with an average of nine students per teacher. Thirty percent
of students are international, and courses focus on internationally relevant topics. UCL is located smack-dab in London’s Bloomsbury,
a pretty neighborhood near Regent’s Park and the British Museum. As an international
capital, London is hard to beat. University of Southampton
The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2012 ranked Southampton 7th in the
UK for student satisfaction. Out of the 22,000 students enrolled, 5,000 are international.
Every student is entitled to three years of career advice after graduation, and the university
collaborates with academic institutions all over the world. Southampton is on the south coast of England,
near the Isle of Wight. Old town walls still stand, and it was the launching pad for the
RMS Titanic, which you might be familiar with. Its nickname is the “Green City,” thanks
to its parks and green spaces, which make it conducive to summer festivals and events.