General Information on Life in the U.K.
Renting in the U.K.
Internations.org: Moving to the U.K. – Internations.org is a community for expats moving internationally. You can connect with international people in your city, join events to meet fellow expats, and get tips and information about your destination.
Expatica’s Guide for Moving to the U.K. – Expatica provides expats in the U.K. (and many other countries) the information they need to turn their new country into their home. Founded by an expat and a local, Expatica provides information on housing and general life as an expat – written by experts and real-life expats and fact-checked by their editorial staff.
The Transport in U.K Guide 2020 – An overview of transportation options and the best ways to get around in the U.K. such as their network of railways and roads, local flights, and more.
- GoinGlobal is an online resource that Northeastern students have access to for free with their Northeastern credentials. GoinGlobal delivers useful and unique material that is hand-gathered at its source, not simply compiled from publicly available Internet sources. It provides information that is location-specific in detail and global in perspective, and delivers useful, actionable information that is constantly expanding to meet the evolving needs of a global job seeker. GoinGlobal also provides industry-specific salary ranges and cost of living data to help students prepare for living and working abroad.
- GlobeSmart is an online resource that Northeastern students have access to for free with their Northeastern credentials. GlobeSmart has Culture Guides that allow students to research the country they plan to visit extensively beforehand. This includes everything from communication styles, protocols, relationship building, workplace norms, health and safety, money and tipping, geography and climate, and more.
Information on Housing in the U.K. by City
Northeastern University in London
Northeastern University’s London campus is housed within the New College of the Humanities in London’s Bloomsbury district.
Renting in London
- Check out New College of the Humanities guide to finding private accommodations, pros and cons, and how to choose the right flat.
For more information and helpful tips, please read the Global Relocation Guide
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