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What are the top five universities in England?

I love Britain and everything related to it. Of course, I would like to study there after high school but I need to know more about universities in England. I know that they’re strict but I’d really like to go to a uk college. I know that my marks are not the best but they’re not the worst either, so I may have a chance. I’m reading a lot about studying abroad in London and I think that’s the city I want to live in. But I’m open to other options too.

Theresa Perry

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Melissa Norris on July 11, 2018

The place where you study can change your studying experience. Studying in a place that you like can have a positive influence on your exams results. If you like Great Britain and you feel that studying there will motivate you to focus more on your studies, then it is the best place for you to go to college.

Studying abroad as an international student is not only an educational but also a personal growth experience. In the United Kingdom, you will meet many other international students since the UK has the second highest number of international students in the world, only behind the USA.

It has become a popular place to follow higher education because of the high-quality education provided by its universities and colleges, the imposing image of its universities and its fairy-tale landscapes. Many award-winning writers and scientists have studied at English universities.

England has several of the most renowned universities in the world. They rank high in global lists because of their long tradition in the teaching and learning process leading to professional success.

Applying to study at colleges in UK can take some time, since applications are examined in detail in order to admit the most likely students that will complete their courses. Therefore, it is advisable to contact the universities of your choice early. Fortunately, you have already started to read about how to apply to a university in England for international students in London.

The top five universities in the United Kingdom are: Cambridge in the first place, Oxford, St Andrews, London School of Economics and, in the fifth place, Imperial College London (

Getting admitted into any of them may not be easy, but it is not impossible either. You are still in high school and have some time to improve your grades, which will be helpful for you to be able to get into the college of your choice, in London or in another English city. Do your best in your exams, and think that every time that you get a good mark, you are a step nearer to studying in England.

Places full of history, well-known museums and famous tourist attractions appeal to people from all over the world who decide to study abroad in London. Your stay in this city as a student will enrich your knowledge, but there is a lot to learn about history in every English city. 

Craig Stewart2 years ago

Maybe later I can take a specialized course in a foreign country but so far I’ve been ok with my studies in my country. I haven’t thought much about it but I think that my first choice wouldn’t be to study abroad in London. Big cities are always too crowded and stressful. I prefer to study in a quiet and calm place. That’s what work for me, though many of my classmates can’t stand silence or quietness and they feel sick when they don’t get their daily dose of city smog. I think that maybe I wouldn’t choose to go to any of the top ranking universities because the stress on students there must be huge for sure. Studying in England is nice because we don’t need to learn another language to deal with everyday life problems. That’s an advantage. I just think that I’d study in a smaller city. 

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