London is the best place in the world to be a student. It offers a wide range of courses to suit your needs, in a city of unlimited opportunities. As a student in London you will have access to unrivalled resources to support your study and your experience in this city will be unequalled in opportunity, study and life.

With over 30,000 shops and stores to choose from, as well as a burgeoning reputation in the fashion world, shoppers will not be disappointed - from designer labels in Bond Street to bustling street markets in Camden, Notting Hill or Brick Lane. The capital also has 400 live music venues, catering for everything from opera to Brit pop and sports fans will not be short of excitement whenever they come. The summer sees the world’s largest classical musical festival at the Royal Albert Hall – the Proms.

In the 21st century, London has reinvented itself on a monumental scale. Don’t miss the amazing views from the ultra modern British Airways London Eye, the world’s most visited modern art gallery, Tate Modern, or the staggering scale of the British Museum Great Court. Newcomers this year include the Firepower artillery museum in Woolwich and the Museum in Docklands.

London is the world's most diverse and multi-cultural city with 300 languages spoken among its 7 million residents. Its education sector is equally diverse with 200 countries represented among its 350,000 students.

Students play an integral part in making London so dynamic, lively and challenging. You’ll meet so many different people, in so many situations, and gain an education in life, not just study.

No matter what subject you’re studying, whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level, as a student it’s all here for you.

London Universities and Colleges
City University
Imperial College London
Kings College London
London Metropolitan University
University College London

Professional bodies, learned societies, royal institutes, the British Library and The British Museum – there’s no doubting that London is truly a centre for learning.

London has over 200 museums, twice as many as Paris or New York, 120 historic buildings, 150 theatres, 8,000 acres of park land, 33 sites of scientific interest, 37,000 listed buildings and four world heritage sites.

London's universities and higher education colleges offer high quality internationally recognised qualifications.

With 43 institutions and over 30,000 courses to choose from, you have an unrivalled choice of where, what and how to study. Whether it's a professional or specialist qualification, London's choice of undergraduate and postgraduate courses is huge.

London Universities and Colleges
University of London
University of Westminster
London South Bank University
The Open University in London
Rose Bruford College