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Life in London

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In 2020, London was voted as the world’s best city to live, work and invest in by BestCities.org, for the sixth consecutive year. The city earns its nickname as the “capital of capitals” with unrivalled international connections, a cosmopolitan culture, and a bustling business scene.

Oxford Business College’s London campus is located near to Royale Leisure Park in West London, conveniently connected to central London and Heathrow airport via the London Underground, local buses and the capital’s major road networks.

The UK’s gateway to the world, London is one of the most popular destinations for UK and international students. From education and entertainment through to sought after opportunities for employment, London has it all.

About London

About London

One of the world’s most vibrant, colourful and cultured capitals, London is a city of excitement and opportunity, with a fascinating history dating back to the Roman Empire

Landmarks

From Tower Bridge and Westminster Abbey to The Shard and the O2 Arena, London is a city of historic and modern landmarks. Perfect inspiration for studying, as well as for selfies!

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Visiting London

London is one of the world’s premier destinations. It’s the UK’s gateway to the world, served by six major airports which connect the city to every corner of the globe.

From the iconic shopping destinations of Oxford Street to the wide open spaces of Hyde Park, and from the breathtaking sight of Buckingham Palace to the splendour of the River Thames, London is a modern metropolis with something to suit every visitor.

London is also a city with corporate credentials. Companies around the world pride themselves on a London HQ, with multinationals, start-ups and big tech firms all finding their place in this constantly evolving city.

Museums

London is overflowing with art, culture and heritage. The capital is home to more than 1,000 museums and galleries, each telling its own story about the city and its place in the world.