With five international airports, London is very well-connected. More than 50 countries are within a three-hour flight time and upwards of 300 international destinations have direct links to London.
By studying in London, you will also have the opportunity to visit some amazing places such as Cambridge, Oxford, Brighton, Edinburgh or Bath - just to name a few.
The UK Capital has a wealth of different cultures and communities. Did you know that in the city alone there are around 230 spoken languages? Your first days in London may be a little bit challenging because of the weather, the language barrier or just the overall culture difference, but at the same time, every day you will meet people from different corners of the world, learn about their culture, traditions and cuisine.
Culture and Entertainment
Our school is located only minutes away from the world-famous British Museum. London also hosts an incredible range of attractions, with many of the most renowned ones that are free to visit, for example Tate Modern, the National Gallery or the British Film Institute. London is a vibrant and exciting city packed full of music venues, theatres, cinemas, not to mention its pubs and clubs - there truly is something for everyone whatever the time of the year you decide to join us.
London is considered by many including The Globe Shopper Index as the best shopping destination in Europe. Our school is only few minutes away from two renowned shopping areas: Oxford Street and Covent Garden. The city also boasts an incredible variety of markets, shopping centres and independent shops.
Food, food and more food
Widely considered to be one of the gastronomic capitals of the world, London is attracting some of the most exciting chefs to work in the growing culinary and hospitality industries. London boasts over sixty Michelin starred restaurants and many celebrity chefs are based here. And with more than 6,000 restaurants you'll never be short of new places to try!