London welcomed the New Year with spectacular fireworks at the London Eye and along the Thames.
At this time of the year, many of us will make resolutions for the next year and hope for a happy, productive and rewarding year ahead. For many students, this time of year is filled with research about course and university options, and excitement about the journey ahead.
If you have big plans to move to London this year to study at one of our 50 universities, we are here to help with application advice, a comprehensive course search and an overview of each university in London. If you need financial help to study in London, you can read our scholarship advice to find out more about funding and scholarship options.
Here is a step-by-step guide to start your journey to London:
- Register with us: It’s free to register and once you are registered, you can contact universities directly through the website. You will also receive a monthly newsletter with application advice and news from London’s universities.
- Search for courses and read the university profiles: You can search for thousands of courses available at universities in London and read the most important information about each university. You can contact each university if you have specific questions.
- Check the entry requirements: We list the general entry requirements for a number of different countries. If your country is not listed, contact your chosen university directly for more information.
- Apply to study in London: Read about the application process for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We have helpful application guides for bachelor, masters and PhD studies.
- Apply for a Tier 4 Student Visa: Learn about the Tier 4 visa requirements to ensure you meet all the requirements when you apply for the visa.
Happy New Year & good luck with your application!
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