Study English in London, the largest city in Europe that draws visitors from all over the world.
The city of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Oxford Street and Wembley Stadium, there is something in London to suit everyone's tastes. From the trendy shops and markets in Camden Town, Spitalfields and Convent Garden to the expansive parks and huge numbers of museums and galleries, there is plenty to discover.
A huge bustling metropolis and one of the world's most important financial centres, London is incredibly diverse and its population it made up of people from all over the world. Wander down Brick Lane to sample wonderful Indian curry, visit Edgware Road to find everything Middle Eastern and celebrate cultural diversity at Notting Hill Carnival, a festival held every August that finds its roots in Caribbean festivals but has become a key part of London cultural life.
Many visitors come to London to delve into the city's fascinating past and some of its historical buildings are its most iconic, such as the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, Kensington Palace and Westminster Abbey. However, London is also a fiercely modern city, having being the home to so many innovators and independent thinkers. The city has an important contemporary arts scene and is constantly reinventing new parts of the city, with former poorer areas like Peckham, Hackney and Dalston now known for their young, creative atmosphere and range of quirky bars and shops.