To me, London is the best city in the world for work, study and play! There’s countless art galleries and museums all for free, and the combination of new and old is unbeatable. Where else would you find skyscrapers next to a thousand year old castle? To be a student in London is a huge privilege and the experience of a lifetime. I feel so lucky to be studying at a world-class univeristy, meeting others from every part of a globe. If you want to be in a clean, vibrant city where boredom is an impossibility, then London is for you.

Ardito Widjono

BSc Student Medicine, King's College London

Sungguh suatu kebahagiaan untuk dapat menjadi salah satu di antara pelajar-pelajar Indonesia yang terpilih untuk melanjutkan studi di London, kota yang cukup jauh dan mempunyai banyak perbedaan dengan Indonesia. Saya teringat ketika menginjakkan kaki di London untuk pertama kalinya, jujur saya speechless dan terus bertanya-tanya dalam hati, “Who am I, and why am I here?” Jawaban dari pertanyaan itu membawa saya pada rasa syukur yang begitu dalam yang selalu menyemangati saya untuk melakukan yang terbaik selama menempuh pendidikan di London.

 

Jonathan Hoseana

MSc Student Mathematical Science, Queen Mary University of London

Studying in London is kind of ‘problematic’: the school environment is challenging. On the other hand, London is waiting to be explored! I often feel like 24 hours is not enough to live my life as a graduate student in this city. Despite of high living expenses, image of London, and all of fancy representation, studying in London is not that hard as you will always find people and places that can make you seel like at home. So why don’t you give a shot?

Adisty

Msc Student Urban Studies, University College London

My experience of living and studying in London has been beyond my expectation. London is like a huge open classroom. Wherever I am in London, I learn something new. Definitely a place for the hungry minds!

Vita

MSc Gender, Media, and Culture, London School of Economics

I consider London to be my second home. It’s like my personal Cave of Hira. London makes you grow not only academically, but also socially, culturally and surprisingly, spiritually. Living among students and people from around the world here is such a humbling experience.

Aldyla

Msc & DIC Environmental Engineering & Business Management, Imperial College London

From greetings by anonymous to the smile from strangers. From the unnecessary sorry to the unexpected respectful attitudes.

London never ceases to amaze me with its kindness.

Pradina

MSc in Political Economy of Development, SOAS, University of London