Living and Studying in the UK

If you’re planning to live and study in the UK, there are a few things such as the culture, climate, etc., that you must know.

As we have detailed earlier, the United Kingdom comprises of four parts namely England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. Although collectively these four regions are usually counted as one as the United Kingdom, the different regions have varied cultures and accents, giving it diversity. 

We’re here to help potential students like you to have more information about the UK and answer several questions that would come to your mind like:

  • How hot does it get in Cornwall during the summer season?
  • Can I easily travel around the United Kingdom or do I need separate visas?
  • Can I easily get an account in a bank in the United Kingdom?
  • How is relocating to Scotland like for studying?
  • And many more…

To answer your questions, we’ve divided this section into various sub-sections to make it easier for you to understand. Here they are:

British Culture and people

People often build stereotypes about the people of a different country, which in most cases are not quite true. The same holds for British culture and the people of the United Kingdom. Learn more about British people and their culture.

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Climate and Map

Comprised of four different regions – England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom is quite diverse when it comes to its climate and map. If you’re planning to study in the UK, make sure that you understand about major cities in the UK and know about what you can expect the weather to the like in these regions throughout the year. 

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The UK offers a variety of options for international students when it comes to accommodation. Be it dorms, private residents or homestays, there are several options from which you should be able to choose one that best suits your needs.

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Traveling around

The United Kingdom, being a small country, has several transportation options made available for students. While some are cheaper, others are not. Make sure that you learn more about the pros and cons of these transportation options. 

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Immigration and visa

This is probably the most important section that helps students to learn more about visa formalities and what should you, as a student, do to get one. 

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Financial matters

This section will help you better plan your finances to pursue higher education in the United Kingdom. 

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Studying in UK