United Kingdom

The United Kingdom comprises ; England , Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland. The United Kingdom is wonderfully tolerant, cosmopolitan and acceptingly of diversity. It is perhaps the most liberal of all nations. You will find information on the major cities to live in , how to rent property and where the major universities in the UK are located , how to find work in the UK, how to buy a car and general information of interest.

BizEnglish Academy is not sponsored by any company or city mentioned. This advice is purely based on our experience.

Cities – Click on each city for more information
  1. London 7,556,900
  2. Birmingham 984,333
  3. Sheffield 685,368
  4. Bristol 617,280
  5. Glasgow 591,620
  6. Edinburgh 464,990
  7. Cardiff 447,287
  8. Manchester 395,515
  9. Belfast 274,770
  10. Southampton 246,201
  11. Milton Keynes 229,941
  12. Newcastle upon Tyne 192,382
  13. Oxford 171,380
  14. Cambridge 158,434
  15. York 153,717
  16. Brighton 139,001
Quick Links – Click on the name of the company for a direct link. 
  1. Finding a property to buy or rent: Rightmove
  2. How to buy a car: Autotrader
  3. How to get your CV professionally made: TopCV
  4. Finding a job: Reeds and make sure that you have a LinkedIn profile
  5. How to register an NI (National Insurance) number: UK Gov Website
  6. How to convert your drivers license: UK Gov Website
  7. Best bank account to open, you don’t require a proof of address and its free: Monzo
  8. UK list of Universities: List

The United Kingdom 2020 population is estimated at 67,886,011 people at mid year according to UN data.

The United Kingdom population is equivalent to 0.87% of the total world population.

The U.K. ranks number 21 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population.

The population density in the United Kingdom is 281 per Km2 (727 people per mi2).

The total land area is 241,930 Km2 (93,410 sq. miles)

83.2 % of the population is urban (56,495,180 people in 2020)

The median age in the United Kingdom is 40.5 years.