Study in the UK

Why study in the UK?

Many postgraduate students choose to study in the UK every year to benefit from the country’s academic reputation. As home to some of the best universities in the world, the academic community is well established and renowned for the calibre of research produced.

Advantages of studying in the UK

There are many benefits from choosing to be an international postgraduate student in the UK:

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Employability

A degree from the UK is recognised around the world, making you stand out as a candidate wherever you decide to continue your career.

English language

Living and studying in a country that speaks the language you want to develop your skills in is the quickest way to become fluent. Check you meet the English language entry requirements.

Prestige

The quality of UK higher education is highly respected - some of the oldest universities in the world are in the UK.

Diversity

Britain is known for its multiculturalism, especially in London. You’ll find international influences all over the capital.

Studying a Master’s in London

As a postgraduate student in London, you’ll find many opportunities to enhance your programme. You could work part-time at a local business, attend networking events, visit the famous libraries and museums, and so much more. London is the place for ambitious students who want to absorb as much as possible from living and studying in one of the world’s most famous cities.

Student life in London

There is always something to do in London. From fun journeys exploring the city on the London Underground (known locally as the ‘Tube’) to watching over the city from The Shard or London Eye, you can choose your own adventure in London.

The University of Huddersfield - London is located close to the borough of Greenwich where there are both overground and underground train stations, as well as many bus routes into central London. There’s even a cable car over the River Thames!

Must-see London attractions within a hour’s journey on public transport:


British Museum
Buckingham Palace
Camden Market
Harrods

Houses of Parliament
Hyde Park
Kew Gardens

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Oxford Street
Platform 93/4 at Kings Cross Station

Southbank Centre
Tate Modern
Tower of London

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