Life At UK

The UK is a blend of contemporary thinking and international cultures with a strong sense of identity and tradition. International students may find like in the UK exciting, as one can find an array of exciting experiences. You will get a chance to discover exotic places in the UK and meet new people. It is easy to settle down in the UK, as many UK customs may seem familiar to you. 

You can get a variety of food in the UK. Supermarkets in the UK sell ingredients from Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean. As an international student, you will not face any difficulty with the food, as the UK offers a wide range of food items that are most familiar to you. There are various recreation spots in the UK such as cinema halls, pubs, restaurants, parks, galleries, museums etc. There is a greater scope to socialise with people in the UK.

Friendly Community

The United Kingdom is home to one of the most diverse populations in the whole world. Once you step on British soil, you will be pleasantly surprised as you will be met with a friendly cosmopolitan population that is living harmoniously side by side despite differences of race and religion. The British people are famous for their polite and mild mannerisms that will make you feel completely welcomed and accepted. As an international student, once you arrive on campus you will be met with friendly faces from all over the world, which will be more than glad to help you find the relevant offices to complete your enrollment. Life off school is also very easy going, as depending on your beliefs you will certainly find a vibrant community from your home country already living there, which will aid in smoothening your transition to British life


The UK, comprising England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, each with its own distinct culture, is home to over 67 million people, 15 percent of whom were born overseas. The people have a sense of justice and respect for law and order. They have a subtle and wry sense of humor, which is not always easily understood by people from other countries.

Opputunity to Work

As a guest of the United Kingdom, you are allowed to seek for employment opportunities as your student Visa allows you to work 20 hours per week on part-time basis during your school term. And as soon as the holidays begin, you are given the right to work full-time at any place of your choice. This is a great way for you not to only help in augmenting your upkeep, but also to gain valuable experience in some of Britain’s unique workplace environments.


The UK climate is characterized by low humidity, warm summers, and mild winters, with sunshine and heat waves, rain and snowfall. It is often cold and wet, so pack lots of warm clothes and a raincoat. Summer is only rarely hot. Long, bright days mark the summers, and cold, short days the winters.

Food and cuisine

Students can, of course, cook for themselves and keep in touch with the food they are used to. There are supermarket and smaller groceries where produce and provisions of many countries are available, thanks to the diversity of the country. Meals and cuisines from every part of the world are also available. Supermarkets store ingredients from Asia, Africa, Latin America, etc., and the organic produce is also plentiful as the British are becoming healthy eaters.

The English breakfast is famous all over the world and so is fish and chips. Some international students may find British “bland,” and even the Indian curries, which are popular, are much milder on the tongue. British food is mostly made up of meat, potatoes, and other vegetables. It’s a good idea to learn to cook at least some basic dishes before you leave home, as depending on restaurants and fast-food joints is not always a good option.