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Top Student-friendly cities in the United Kingdom

Posted on May 20, 2016
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Student Friendly UK Cities

Yeah! So, you’ve decided to go abroad for studies. Smart decision! Sure, it’s great to study in India, but according to us, each one of us must taste the flavour of foreign education. It teaches you a lot more than the traditional subjects – you learn to be smarter, independent, congenial, well-cultured and more. And if you’re thinking about going to the UK for education, then mate, we have you covered. The United Kingdom, also known as Great Britain, offers quality education, agreed; but it also gives you the perks of a poised, graceful living that are inspired from the age-old British etiquette. And yes, before we forget, the ‘oh-so-awesome’ British accent! Woohooo!

Below is a list of five student-friendly cities in the UK which will provide you the very best of everything:

London

Probably, no list of UK can begin with anything else but London, quite literally. The English capital bestows you with almost everything under the sun. Apart from offering you the best tuition in the entire country, it also gives you a close insight into the British way of living. Right from museums to art galleries, from ancient architecture to opulent libraries – London is the best at every level! And if you’re a sports fan, then you’re spoilt for choice: Wembley Stadium, Wimbledon, Lord’s Cricket stadium, etc. make England a great sporting destination. Although the city is slightly more expensive than other cities in the nation, you cannot help but feel that it’s all worth it.

Edinburgh

Moving on to the Scottish capital of Edinburg, most students never get enough of this place. It has the most enchanting buildings and pieces of architecture that resonate with the feel of the ancient, glorious times. The city is ranked 33rd in the Best Student Cities list.

Manchester

Coming in at an enviable 36th position in the Best Student Cities list, Manchester offers an incredibly fun lifestyle at a level that even London cannot compete against. Located in the North-western part of the UK, Manchester is traditionally known for its remarkable music scene. The city is a home to some of the most famous theatres, operas, art galleries and museums. Thankfully, like London and Edinburgh, Manchester too provides world-class educational opportunities and ranks at an impressive 23rd position for job opportunities. Now what more could you ask for?

Coventry

Housing the world-famous Coventry University, this traditional city is an educational abode to a colossal student population. Although Coventry is slightly lesser known when compared to the other bigwigs of the English republic, it still features on the 44th spot on the Best Student Cities list. It enjoys such a coveted position due to its great student life and future

employment opportunities. The city is renowned for its sports and cultural activities and yes, of course, for its signature British poise and beauty!

Nottingham

Affectionately referred to as the Queen of the Midlands, the international student scene has been thriving in Nottingham for some time now. In fact, it even beats Paris, a strong competitor for having a mixed race student population. It is certainly a land of age-old legends as it is famous for its Robin Hood folklore. Presently ranked at the 57th spot, this city is also popular for being a major sporting centre, named as ‘Home of English Sport’ in October 2015. Huh! Now, we’re simply tired of its many high rankings in various fields! Peace.

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