One of the quickest ways to travel around London is by using the underground rail system called the “Tube”. The tube has 11 different lines and 270 stations across London.
London is the largest city in the UK, with much of its space full of greenery. You’ll find at least one significant park within walking distance of anywhere in the city. Regent’s Park is one of London’s most majestic picnic areas, containing a 395-acre lake with canoes and paddles, a summer outdoor theatre, tennis and netball courts, and football and rugby fields. As for music-lovers, London organises music festivals and concerts on an annual basis.
What is available in London?
There are many different universities listed below that are operating in London, all of the programs that we will refer you to are 2 days a week and as a UK resident, you would be eligible for government funding.
We cover many different locations around London so we can find you a university in London that is close to your home. We will help you, apply to any of the below Universities, our student support team will guide you from application to registration.
Here are a few key points about studying in London:
- 2 days a week attendance
- 100% Government-funded
- Physical or Online or Blended Learning
- Student Finance Application Support
- Our services are 100% FREE
There are two main ways to apply:
With only your work experience
If you are applying with your qualifications and hold a minimum of a level 2 qualification, we can help you apply to any university around London within our list.
What if I don’t have any qualifications? (Applying with work experience)
If you are older than 21 years old and have 2 years of work experience you could be eligible to apply for a foundation degree program in London. You could also be eligible for government funding to help you with your studies.
A foundation year is 1 year and it allows you to gain the core knowledge you will need to be successful at University. It will also give you 1 year to decide if this is the degree program for you or you would like to specialise in a certain area.
If you are applying with ONLY work experience without any qualifications, you have four different foundation programs that you can apply for:
- Business Management
- Health and Social Care
- Computer Software Engineering
Government funding - Who is eligible?
The majority of UK residents and EU residents are eligible for student finance, which will fund your tuition fees as well as obtaining a maintenance loan and grant to help you with your time at University. (for more information click here)
How to Inquire?
Below you will find a list of universities in London, please select your course and the University that you are interested in.
Once you send us an inquiry a student advisor will contact you to help you with the full application process.