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In reality, London is a collection of neighbourhoods and villages stitched together by buses, trains, trams, and of course, the Underground.
So instead of trying to you give one overarching way of thinking about London, here are some general rules of thumb (all of which have exceptions, of course): trans It's next to impossible to cover all the areas in London in any meaningful way.
Postcodes are a common way to identify roughly where you live and they correspond very loosely with compass points from the City of London.
It's worth noting that there is no NE postcode or S-only postcode.
If you can stand some uncertainty, it's probably better to pick a place once you're actually in London so that you can get a feel for different areas.
I would strongly advise against buying a place until you have a good feel for an area, as buying and selling property is both expensive and time consuming and it's worth getting right the first time.
There is lots of information about working abroad, but if you're coming to the UK to work and you don't have a UK or EU passport, you're most likely going to need a work visa.
Students, on the other hand, only need a student visa.
You can either try to rent a place before moving to London or try to find a place once your feet are on the ground.As a white Canadian male (who also has British citizenship), I get asked where I'm from on a fairly regular basis.