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Life in England

Life in England

England is the biggest country in Britain, and is home to the largest city in Europe. It's also home to over 600 miles of beautiful coastline and some of the world's top tourist attractions. England is divided into 9 distinct regions, each with its own unique personality, history and culture - from the rolling hills of the Cotswolds  and charming Cornish villages to the bustling city life of London and the dramatic coastlines of the North East. In every region of England there are hundreds of fantastic attractions to enjoy.


  • Living in England

    Living in England

    Living in London is the dream of many an expat. The city’s flair and its multicultural society attract millions of visitors every year.Living in London has appealed to countless generations of British and foreign nationals alike.
  • Culture


    The art and culture of a country like England shape and determine, to a large extent, the very identity of that place.
  • Geography


    England is made up of about 65% of the island of Great Britain as well as the Isle of Wight and the Isles of Scilly.
  • History


    Once the Kingdom of Great Britain was established as such, various innovations in science and engineering meant that it progressed significantly.
  • Entertainment


    England is world renowned for its fabulous culture and entertainment. Attending performance arts productions in outdoor venues and on castle grounds is a popular summer activity among the locals.
  • currency


    Britain's decimal monetary system is based on the pound (£), which is made up of 100 pence (written as "p"). Pounds are also called quid by Britons.
  • Living & Study Costs

    Living & Study Costs

    Budgeting for living costs is an important part of planning for university life. You must consider the cost of accommodation and daily living expenses as well as the cost of your tuition fees.
  • Work for Students

    Work for Students

    There are hundreds of jobs and work experience opportunities for students and graduates in London. As an international student you can work for up to 20 hours a week while studying.


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Last Updated: 30 November 2009
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