It’s that time of the year when school leavers travel across the country to set up in a new part of the UK. It can be daunting, but the excitement should be kicking in around now!
University… What is university? Well, for those of you that do’t now here is the English Oxford Dictionary’s definition, ‘A high-level educational institution in which students study for degrees and academic research is done.’ Talking about Oxford, did any of you lovely lot get a place at one of the UK’s most famous university? We’d be really interested to find out! In fact, while we’re on subject,we’d love to hear how you all got on, and if any of you got a place at university, if you did, talk to us on Twitter, you’ll be sure to get a retweet!
If you didn’t know already, students from all over the world travel to the UK to join one of our prestigious universities. This is great for community culture inside of the universities, and teaches a lot of young students many different things about cultures around the world. If you are a student travelling in from another country, or you know someone that is, be sure to use Licensed London Taxi for a safe, comfy, and efficient journey from the airport to your new campus. Sharing a cab with friends can make your journey cheaper, and gives you that extra bit of support when taking the first step in your new uni life!
How Can We Help You?
If you’re interested in using one of our easily accessible taxis, click on the link above to find out a little more and make an enquiry. If you need transport for any lengthy trips around the UK, don’t hesitate to visit our booking page on our website here. Enquiries can be made on the website, and further information can be found on our Twitter Page. You can give us a call on 07519 055 741, or use the booking form on the site. We’re always available for a chat, and reply to any quote as fast as we can. If you’re wondering about pricing or have any questions, we’d be happy to have a chat on the number above. Start your university adventure with Licensed London Taxi.