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The United Kingdom is an exciting country which you can truly enjoy for a short visit or for a longer period if you decide to enroll in a course of study, work or even settle here.

The country is experiencing a booming economy and has built a strong reputation for its diversified and cosmopolitan life attracting people from all over the world. There is a mix and match of cultures with more than 270 nationalities and as many as 300 different languages. As such one cannot help but feel welcome to live there!

In addition, there are plenty of excellent universities and colleges, museums, galleries, theatres, restaurants as well as pubs, beautiful parks and open green spaces which will cater to anyone's interest and entice you to come to the UK on a temporary or a permanent basis.

Life in the UK can be a true rollercoaster while working in the City, London's famous financial heart, or it can take a slower pace in the quaint British countryside.


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