If you’re moving to London to study, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. It’s a huge city, and not known for being welcoming to newcomers. As well as the challenge of simply moving to London, you’re doing it at a time when you also have to adjust to an increase in your responsibilities, the rigour of your studies and possibly living on your own for the first time.
These tips will help you land on your feet and take on London with no fears!
There’s no denying it: London is an expensive place to live. You can tackle some of those high costs, however, by taking advantage of your student status.
A small outlay and a bit of admin can get you a student Oyster card: it only costs £20, and requires a passport photo, and your student details, and once you have it in your hands you’ll get 30% off every trip you to take with TFL, and with a month of London travel costing, on average £100, this is not to be sneezed at.