We know you have been dreaming of studying in London because of its rich academic history.
Every year almost 100,000 international students choose London as their dream study abroad destination.
Let me ask you a question: Why do YOU choose London every time as your dream study abroad destination? You would probably say – ‘it has every fun to offer a college goer – museums, cinema theatres, restaurants, pubs, clubs and many more’, along with its cultural and academic history.
Have you ever thought about a second option? What does that mean? Well, it means there are many places in the UK which will give you what a city life (like London) cannot.
Remember one thing ‘The UK is not just restricted to London’.
You may not like certain things about London, and when you discover that, it might be already late!
What are those things?
Mind your dress code!
When all you want is to roam around in your relaxed pyjamas at night and enjoy the city life.
Patience in your pocket!
Needless to say, transport is way too expensive and unpredictable at times in London. You may often turn out to be late for your classes.
Yes, it is. Too many diversities = too many people. If you are a lover of silence, then London is not for you!
Giant buildings dominate every inch of the city. If you are a lover of greener land, then definitely you will be bored to live in London, devoid of activities that you like to indulge in.
While there are over 500 pubs and restaurants, you will find it hard to get a place in any of those.
When all you want is to go on a date somewhere or beat the stress before exams by having a drink or two, you get to hear –‘ we are booked out’!
Now let us talk about the study abroad destinations, far away from the hustle and bustle of London:
If Kerala is ‘God’s own country’ in India, it is Yorkshire in England which is famous for its picturesque locations.
Popular universities like the Sheffield, Bradford, Huddersfield are located here.
The sheer beauty of the Welsh beach draws your attention. If you are interested to learn about the Welsh culture, Swansea is an ideal place for you.
The Swansea University is a popular choice among international students.
A sheer beauty with castles and historic towers all around.
The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University are among the top-notch universities to study at.
One of the biggest cites in the heart of England. Manchester is the first industrial city and home to various historic architectural beauties.
The University of Manchester ranks among the world’s top universities.
Leeds gives you the opportunity to explore rest of the Europe and UK. Known for its cutting-edge research opportunities and top-notch colleges and universities, Leeds is a sure gateway for international students to their dreams.
The Leeds Trinity and University of Leeds are popular study destinations for international students.
Located in Southern England, Hertfordshire is the perfect place to view country estates and cathedral cities.
The University of Hertfordshire is one of the top-most public research institutions.
Home to ‘Dolly’− the first cloned animal. Edinburgh is a true beauty, with over 4,500 historic buildings.
The University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University are two most sought-after study destinations world-wide.
The largest city in Northern Ireland, Belfast is known for its rich history and popular film locations. Belfast is a scenic beauty and has everything to offer international students.
The Queen’s University, Belfast, is one of the popular public research universities.
Located in South West England, Bath is a small, beautiful city known for its rich history. One-time resident of Jane Austen, Bath is surely a strong contender of many other beautiful cities.
The University of Bath is a popular study destination for international students.