Finding a comfortable and welcoming place to study can be daunting for anybody. Knowing that a institution supports diversity and inclusion helps to combat these fears. That is why we have compiled information on the UK’s top universities, to assist you in making the choice of where to study less of a burden and more of an experience.
University of Westminster (170 nationalities, 8582 international students)
Westminster is truly international, with 19,000 students from 169 countries calling the institution home. Including 183 industry partners, the University of Westminster has a proud 180-year history of nurturing creativity and innovation.
Kingston University (164 nationalities, 7256 international students)
Kingston University is in an attractive and busy riverside area, within a 25 minutes train journey of central London. Their wide-ranging courses are specifically designed to equip you with the most relevant skills for the world of work.
City, University of London (163 nationalities, 10006 international students)
Established in 1894, City became a member of the prestigious University of London in 2016. With over 20,000 students from over 160 countries and academic staff from over 75 countries.
Middlesex University (163 nationalities, 8758 international students)
Working and collaborating with students from over 140 countries, giving the opportunity to learn from different perspectives and socialise with a vibrant, diverse and inclusive community.
UCL (University College London) (163 nationalities, 17543 international students)
A few of the subjects that are covered include Divinity, Medicine, Law, Veterinary Medicine, Dental Surgery, Engineering, Science, Music, Arts, Business Administration, Education, Commerce and Humanities. The University is a federal mega university made up of 31 affiliates.
Open University (159 nationalities, 8263 international students)
The Open University was established in 1969 and is a distance learning university with an open entry policy. The University has thirteen regions across the United Kingdom and offices in a few European countries.