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London is the most popular study destination in the world. The city offers a huge variety of attractions, entertainment and learning resources for students.
London’s many cultural highlights make the city the perfect location in which to learn English:
In our student friendly capital there are also many dedicated activities and attractions for younger learners, offering tours and worksheets for children:
London is also known as one of the shopping capitals of the world: • Famous department stores • Unique street markets • Unusual boutiques London offers something for everyone.
Evening entertainment goes well into the night, and there’s plenty to choose from: • London’s West End • Blockbuster musicals • Theatre, opera and ballet • Live music in venues large and small • World-Famous clubs where you can dance until dawn to top DJsLondon’s Parks
With over 1,800 parks, commons and open spaces, London could be described as one of the greenest cities in the world. London’s parks provide the ideal place to get away from the bustle of the city. Transport in London Getting around London might be even easier than you think. Use this map (link below) to see how quick and easy it can be to ditch the underground and walk.
If you will be studying in inner London you will need £1,020 for each month of your course, up to a maximum of nine months. This means that if you will be studying in inner London for a course that lasts one month only, the minimum amount that you will need is £1,020. If you will be studying in inner London for a course lasting nine months or more, the maximum amount that you will need is £9,180.
‘The best things in life are free’ goes the saying, and nowhere is it truer than in London. London can be an expensive place to visit but there is so much you can see and do for free.
From London’s exquisite parks, to world-class museums such as the British Museum, historic houses, stunning art galleries and free lunch time concerts, there are some amazing free experiences to be had in London. Where else in the world can you meet dinosaurs and mummies, see portraits of Tudor monarchs, travel back to the Battle of Britain, see Darwin’s walking stick and the Lord Mayor’s 18th-century gold coach, all without spending a penny? Best Free Attractions in London Here’s our pick of some of the best free attractions in London, including public speaking, gigs, culture, and heaps of other activities, both familiar and unusual.