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10 Photos That Prove Why London Is The Number One Student City

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Earning the title of the best student city in the world (according to the QS Best Student Cities 2019), London has undoubtably captured the heart of many students around the world. Containing no less than 18 world leading universities, more than its fair share of famous landmarks, and enough history to amuse history buffs for a lifetime, London really does have something for everyone.

In this article we have done our best to take some pictures which truly capture why London is the best city to study in (although pictures can barely do it justice). Read on to find out why you should study in London!

1. Because you can buy cute vintage clothes in Camden Market

Camden Market

Camden Market, Camden

2. Because when you study in London, you can causally walk past and admire views like this

Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament, Westminster

3. Because the parks here aren’t too shabby!

Regent's Park

Regent's Park

4. Because Sherlock Holmes lived here* (what better reason is there to study in London!?)

Sherlock Holmes' House

Sherlock Homes' house, 221b Baker Street

*What do you mean he’s a fictional character?

5. Because there are open air theaters you can visit in the summer dotted around the city.

Regent's park

The award winning Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park

6. Because if you study in London, you can walk past the Queen’s house and watch the changing of the guards.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace, Westminster

 If you're lucky she might invite you in for afternoon tea... 

7. Because it feels like several cities in one.

Little Venice

Little Venice, Paddington 

8. Because you can watch the whole city go by on the London Eye.

London Eye

The London Eye

9. Because the street food is unparalleled

Camden Market Food

The food stalls at Camden Market

10. Because you can walk up a hill and see the entire London skyline, even on a cloudy day!

Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath 

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Written by Chloe Lane
A Content Writer for TopUniversities.com, Chloe has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Reading and grew up in Leicestershire, UK. 

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