Student life at the INTO London World Education Centre

Studying at INTO London is all about preparing you to study at university in the UK – but it’s also important to have fun, meet new friends and learn more about yourself in the process. As well as excellent learning facilities, there are also plenty of places to socialise at the INTO London World Education Centre – helping you balance studying with student life in London.

How will I get to know my classmates at the Centre?

Our active social programme helps you to explore London's cultural attractions and make new friends at the same time. With the wide variety of activities on offer, there will always be something to get involved with.

Previous activities have included:

  • London icons tour
  • trips to Windsor
  • a boat cruise to Greenwich
  • film nights
  • museum trips
  • coastal trips to Brighton
  • an international day
  • cooking classes
  • a London treasure hunt
  • a foodie adventure

The Centre organises regular sporting activities, such as football, basketball, snooker, foosball and table tennis tournaments. We also host regular parties to celebrate student diversity - past events have included Easter, Halloween, Valentine’s ball, Eid Party, Christmas party, Chinese New Year, and many others.

You can also become a member of International Students House, giving you access to a variety of events and activities in a fun and friendly environment. With membership prices starting from £8 for three months, you’ll be able to meet other students, attend free parties, cultural events and debates as well as benefit from travel discounts.

What food is available at the INTO London Centre?

Have a craving for a warming bowl of ramen? Downstairs you’ll find a Japanese Canteen serving bento and donburi, noodles, bipimbap, fried rice, sashimi, maki rolls and of course sushi. You can grab a bite to eat for lunch with friends or even a late dinner as they’re open till 10 pm.

Fancy sharing a pizza? Next to the Japanese Canteen is Pizza Union. Superfast 12” Italian fire-baked thin and crispy pizzas. Don’t eat gluten? No problem, order the gluten-free dough.

You can grab a tea or coffee in the campus cafe, or – if you’d prefer to get a bit of fresh air and venture out – there are plenty of coffee shops nearby too.