Halloween falls at just the right time of year for students when you're in your first term. It marks a nice half-way point between the start of term and the break for Christmas. An ideal time for you to let your hair down, before focusing on your last batch of essays.
Universities in the UK have a whole array of courses on offer to students across the world, but there are some courses that your parents will quite simply never agree for you to study! Here are some of the courses that your parents would probably not be happy about.
Glorious weather, blue skies and long summer days. Ideal conditions for you to get outside, into the sunshine and exploring your local area, or further afield. But enjoying summer as a student in the UK does not need to be expensive: there are lots of free and cheap activities you can do right on your doorstep.
The Wimbledon Championship is running from 3-16 July 2017. Its popularity makes tickets hard to obtain with prices high. But big screens in open-air environments that help reflect the excitement are once again going to be showing the action. See where...
If you are spending summer in the UK, you'll want to make the most of the sun while it's here! Whether you want to experience wild, windswept coastal walks or just laze away on sunny days, this guide will help you discover what is so great about the British seaside.
Every year thousands of students from all over the world make the decision to study in Great Britain. Is it the British culture they are longing to experience or do they want to enjoy some of the best hospitality the world has to offer? There are some main reasons why Great Britain is really great.
There are not many clubs in English football bigger than Newcastle United. The club enjoys a massive following and boasts a passionate and loyal fan base, locally and worldwide. The traditional, iconic black and white striped kit is easily recognisable and is proudly worn by supporters across the globe. Read more about its history and achievements.