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How is student life in London?
Asked by: AamirBhai
Answers: 3
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Posted on Mon, 26 May 2008 03:26:10 GMT
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I'm planning to study medicine in London, UK. I want to know about student life in London. How students live there? What will be the living cost? Probably I'll apply at King's College London.
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Student life in London is interesting so is for student life at King's College London. You'll find variation in culture. You are from India, so it will be more easier for you as there are lots of Indian community around London. You'll find Indian restaurants all over.

London has above hundred spoken languages. Culture in London is a mixture of all the cultures from around the world. London is best place for Entertainment and Sports. Being the oldest and most reputed city, you'll enjoy London.

However, the living cost in London is quite higher. Many students are found to transfer into Universities or Colleges in United States because of expensive living cost in London.

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EduExpert answered 8 years and 6 months ago

Hi dude,

Student life in London and UK is very interesting. If you are coming from India, your life will be even more interesting.

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mike2011 answered 5 years and 4 months ago

London is huge you could live your whole life here and not know all its secrets. To leave the house/flat/halls is to be bombarded with images, with people, with atmosphere, with history. You can be a tourist, spectator, and student; pick and choose, take a good look around; London has so much to offer. At the same time as this being a bonus; that you can sculpt your own life out of the chaos; find your niche, it can also be a bit of a nightmare.

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zaidi112 answered 4 years and 7 months ago
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