Making the most of your student city
London is one of the most diverse, historical and cultural cities in the world. Living in London is a life of excitement and fun. London is regarded to be one of the safest large cities in the world; this has always been an appealing attribute for visitors and international students who wish to study in London. As a student at London College of Business Studies, you will be living in greater London, you will never fall short of things to do. Whether you want to shop, dine, stroll, be entertained or experience some of London’s heritage, there is always something to do. One of London’s assets would be the great educational system that it holds.
Going to College in a major city like London, is an exciting prospect and attending a courses is key for learning. Qualifications are essential to gaining recognition and respect. Students from the UK, EU and all around the world want to study in London. London College of Business Studies makes this possible with the philosophy, in providing high quality teaching in an environment that encourages educational achievements alongside personal development while experiencing diversity, culture and vibrancy of life in London.
Art & Culture
London is a vibrant and energetic place. It can offer UK and international students a rich cultural, academic and social life. A City with breathtaking architecture, beautiful art galleries, fabulous world cuisine, hip bars, grand monuments, places of worship, designer shopping, modern sports facilities and world-class libraries. Attractions within easy reach. We are on major bus routes and only a 7-minute walk from Leyton Midland Road Overground Station. The city’s cosmopolitan atmosphere means that international students can feel at home.
Something for everyone
You can have fun in London on any budget. Visit huge green spaces like The Royal Parks , get a feel for big business by strolling round the financial district, take some time out with a coffee and people-watch from a pavement café, or walk along the River Thames to the Tate Gallery or Shakespeare’s’ Globe Theatre.
We always consider your welfare
But after a busy day’s sightseeing, it’s good to come home. If you are looking for accommodation, contact us about halls of residence before you start your course. You may also find the London Student Housing Guide helpful. Our dedicated and experienced staff are always on hand to assist you with any other concerns about student life (including your course, welfare and social activities).
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