The United Kingdom attracts Masters students from all over the world for its highly recognised institutions, fascinating British culture, and mesmerising but excellent student facilities for study. Masters degrees in subjects such as International Relations, Journalism and Business Administration are highly sought after, and many degrees also have the option for students to take up a work placement, allowing for the application of theory in their relevant fields even during the study period. Though Cambridge and Oxford are top international institutions, many other universities in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland offer excellent Masters degree programs ranging from Politics and Entrepreneurship to Climate Change, as well as the chance to work with teachers who engage students in debate, discussion, and critical and creative thinking. Studying in the United Kingdom includes living in one of the most cosmopolitan countries in Europe. London is truly a multicultural society, and the city has some of the greatest attractions in the UK: Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, Madame Tussauds, and Big Ben to name a few. The city shares a rich history written in its architecturally magnificent buildings and winding streets – a cultural enrichment continues far beyond the Masters degree on campus. For those who wish to venture outside of London, Scotland’s capital Edinburgh greets the student with well-preserved historic buildings and the magnificent Edinburgh Castle.