London declared best city in the world for international students

8 August 2021

According to the latest QS Rankings for Best Student Cities 2022, London was chosen as the best city for international students in the world for the third time in a row. The ranking was based on various factors like affordability, desirability and opinions of students presently living and getting an education in the city.

London secured first place with an overall score of 100, followed by Munich, Seoul, Tokyo, Berlin and Melbourne. Some of the cities that are extremely famous and considered to be the best for students like Boston and Montreal, tied at number 9 with an overall score of 92.1.

Over 3 million international students from all over the world come to the UK to get a world-class education, making it a hub for international students.

London has retained its position at the top owing to its world-famous universities and the global culture it promotes. International students love the city because of numerous factors including its global language and abundant opportunities.

London is one of the best places not just to study but also to start a career given the fantastic opportunities for internship, volunteering and placement for international students.

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