London is cosmopolitan city with a thriving international population.

Home to the Houses of Parliament and Dizzee Rascal, Buckingham Palace and Stormzy – the eclectic nature of The Big Smoke means there’s always a story to be uncovered.

Why study in London?


Our offices are located in Twickenham, the home of England rugby.

And if being just a stone’s throw away from the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world isn’t enough, London also plays host to six Premier League football teams – so you’re never far from the action.

Then there’s the iconic Wembley Stadium which caters for all interests, from NFL to Adele.


You can enjoy most of London’s culture completely free, including world-class art galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Just a few stops on the train and you could be wandering the spectacular halls of the Natural History Museum, getting interactive at the Science Museum or browsing the Tate Modern.

London also has four UNESCO world heritage sites: Tower of London, Maritime Greenwich, Westminster Palace and Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens.


You’ll be spoilt for choice shopping the capital. For quirky finds and vintage clothes head to Covent Garden, Camden or Carnaby Street, and there’s no better place to buy luxury goods than Mayfair and Knightsbridge (the home of Harrods)!

But for everything under one roof head to Westfield in Shepherd’s Bush or Stratford.


Whether you love singing along to a good musical or head banging to Foo Fighters, from the West End to the 02 Academy Brixton and everything in between, London caters for all musical tastes.

And for a more traditional experience, London is also home to Shakespeare’s Globe, the National Theatre and the Royal Albert Hall.


London’s unrivalled nightlife will take you all over the city (and the 24-hour tube will get you home)!

From The South London Soul Train at Bussey Building in Peckham to the world-famous Ministry of Sound in Elephant and Castle, to cheesy tunes and cheap drinks at G-A-Y in Soho to the strictly cheese-free XOYO in Shoreditch (or closer to home, the same minds brought us Phonox in Brixton) – you won’t be disappointed.

Photo of England rugby game at Twickenham stadium