Education - London is well-regarded for its diverse population, numerous employment opportunities and scope to build social networks. London ranks 1st in the world in the University Rankings Indicator with 18 ranked institutions, in the QS World University Rankings 2020. London has the highest concentration of higher education institutions in the world, with more than 40 universities to be found in the city.
Employability - Ranks 3rd in the Employer Activity Indicator which suggests that international students graduating from universities in London have a higher chance of attracting employers from across the world. London being the financial capital of the world is home to many MNCs like Unilever, HDFC and BBC. With such high exposure, you can take up internships while studying and start your career successfully.
Lifestyle - London is a cultural hub that never sleeps. Some of the exciting places and wonderful architectural landscapes in London are- Westminster Abbey, ZSL London Zoo, London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds, Sea Life London, Tower of London, The London Eye. One can never get bored in London. The transport system is another gem of the city with an underground train system and buses running across all of London.
Cost of Living - London is an expensive city to live in with an average cost of living between £1400-£1900/month. However, there are numerous part-time jobs available to help you lessen the financial burden.