The capital of England in the United Kingdom, this bustling metropolis is one of the world’s largest financial centres.  People from all across the globe converge here for university education and jobs in finance, entertainment, media, fashion and art. London offers a high quality of education for all students, and has a number of universities that cater to all fields.

London opens its doors to employment to people of all nationalities. However, it is important to know the language, culture and history of England before you plan to relocate. The government of England places a lot of value on a prospective employee’s knowledge in English culture and those with greater awareness have higher odds of getting a visa to relocate. Plenty of job portals are available for those looking to work in London, a few being LondonJobs, LondonCareers and Just London Jobs. Remember that English is the only language spoken here. Other languages are spoken in the concentrated ethnic localities in London.

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London has a high cost of living, with Courtenay Avenue and Bishop’s Avenue being some of the most expensive places to live in. Accommodation can easily be found on sites such as Accommodation London, Homes and Property and Prime Location, apart from the official London’s accommodation guide. For families moving in with their children, there are many schools to choose from. London has some of the best schools in the world, with many high profile celebrities from as far as the United States choosing to give their children a London education.

The weather in London is very unpredictable. You have to choose your clothes for the day based on the morning weather report! It’s very common to see people holding umbrellas, because of the unexpected rains that pour in from time to time. Sunny days, though, are beautiful and one can spend weeks discovering London. So take the bright red double-decker buses and take in the sights of London!