A big concern for many of our students is whether they will ‘survive’ the culture and lack of their traditional food availability in the UK. Rest assured that the UK is a very diverse country and you are bound to find restaurants that cater for your local cuisine and/or get together with others from your countries and cook together. However a big part of studying in the UK is all about learning the culture and joining into the British way of life. British cuisine is very diverse; ranging from Chinese, Indian, Italian and French and well as your traditional roast beef, Shepherd’s pie, Haggis, afternoon teas or the world famous fish and chips.
Supermarkets sell a whole range of fruit and vegetables from all over the world; you can also find numerous specialists shops stocking international foods.
In the UK meals reflect the changing season of the year. In winter, soup, casseroles and roasts are popular. In summer lighter meals and salads are eaten more often.
Although we do not advocate it most cities have a large selection of your main fast food outlets like McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King and Pizza Hut.
In cities and larger towns you can find restaurants serving almost any kind of food when eating out in the UK. Most restaurants display their menu outside so that you can check what they have to offer before you go in.
Most students learn to get together and cook in their years at university. This is by far the cheapest and most economical way to get through your studies. The universities we work with have a diverse range of nationalities and as such you are bound to find others from your country or region that you can get together with. Larger cities like London, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester have a good selection of Kenyan, Nigeria, Ghanaian and Pakistani food outlets and restaurants.
"we work closely with BCIE offices across Ghana, Nigeria and Pakistan due to their commitment and expertise in UK education."Lily Rumsey, University of Salford
"GriffithUniversityand BCIE have worked together for many years to support young and ambitious future leaders to realise their dreams of studying in Australia".Stacey Farraway, Griffith University
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BCIE Ltd. runs a number of bi-annual Edufairs (Ghana and Nigeria), Minifairs and Roadshows in Nigeria, Ghana and Pakistan each year. Our fairs are the most well known, branded and advertised events in these markets. Our aim is to bring together students and universities from several Study Abroad destinations making it easier for our students to decide which country, course and university is right for them. Contact your local BCIE ltd. office to get more details about the latest events in your area.