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Leicester Student Guide – A student’s honest opinion

Leicester

A student’s honest opinion

“I really like how multicultural Leicester is. Coming from a small town I hadn’t met many people from other countries but now I know people from all over the world and can call some of them my best friends.

The lights of Diwali in Leicester.

As for the town itself, Leicester has got lots of good amenities and if you like a cheesy night out, then this is the place to be! The nightlife is fine- after all a night if what you make of it! The town centre has had some revamping lately so it’s looking a bit nicer and has a cool shopping centre and new theatre- it’s really up and coming.” Charlotte, 20

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Hull Student Guide – A student’s honest opinion

Hull

A student’s honest opinion

“Hull is a real student city and I really think I made the right choice coming here.

Regarding the university, the facilities are top notch and my accommodation was pretty good too. Can’t say much for the catered halls though- food was pretty awful most nights!

The docks.

The social life is good here too- a good mixture of clubs with different music as well as bars and pubs for quieter nights. And the Student Union always offers a cheap night out! Failing that most students end up on George Street.

Anyone who wants a to attend a pretty decent uni, make lots of friends and have a good time should consider coming to Hull.” Zach, 20

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Loughborough Student Guide – A student’s honest opinion

Loughborough

A student’s honest opinion

“I’ve really been challenged at Loughborough but at the same time I feel like I’ve had some of the best times of my life here.

My course was pretty intense, so don’t expect an easy ride in any subject- Loughborough has some high standards and they intend to stick by them- after all Loughborough is a real rising university so it has to keep standards up. I can’t complain though- working hard means I am put the test and use my full potential.

A beautiful dusk in Loughborough.

They say ‘work hard play hard’ and this is true at Loughborough. The nightlife is mainly aimed at the students which is really cool as they put on lots of theme nights or give out goodies or have special incentives. The town could have a few more shops but overall Loughborough is a cool place to live and study!” Yasmin, 21

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Huddersfield Student Guide – A student’s honest opinion

Huddersfield

A student’s honest opinion

“3 words to describe my time at Huddersfield? A great time! My course was pretty smooth running, I had nice lectures and often a really good timetable!

The nightlife is varied and pretty good for the size of the town. Everything is in stumbling distance which comes in handy for meeting up with friends in other places.

One of the sights to see in Huddersfield.

One thing Huddersfield could improve on is the Student Union, which was decent but needs a bit more going on I think. The same goes for facilities- could be a bit better, but it’s still fine to work with.” John, 23

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Manchester Student Guide – A student’s honest opinion

Manchester

A student’s honest opinion

 “Manchester is a student city and it really shows- lots of offers catered for students, a tolerance from the local community and just a really friendly and laid-back atmosphere. We are community ourselves and I really feel really at home here!

A view of Manchester at night.

There’s so much to see and do here- art galleries, shopping, great parks, cinemas, and enough pubs, clubs and bars that you could shake a stick at! It’s no wonder there are so many students here. I would recommend my favourite places but there’s too mans- just use the internet to read reviews!

Another upside to Manchester is that despite being one of the biggest cities in the UK, the price for rent is still fairly reasonable and it’s really easy to find a part-time job, so along with a student loan you don’t have to worry much about money.” Sarah, 23

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