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Kingston – City Guide

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Kingston – City Guide about city Shopping At Christmas, Kingston goes all out, with markets and twinkling lights lining the town centre. The markets attract huge crowds each evening, with stalls selling everything from knick-knacks to Christmas decorations, hot chocolates to mulled wine, and hot food to sweet treats. Even if you don’t buy anything, […]

Huddersfield City Guide

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The City “Huddersfield is a multicultural place, which combined with the large student population and native Yorkshire folk, provide the town with an enigmatic, slightly bizarre, albeit buzzing character.” Things to do Huddersfield is one of the largest towns in the UK, and with that being said, there’s plenty to do in the city. If […]

Dublin – City Guide

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Dublin – City Guide Places to eat Captain America’s on Grafton Street is one of the first places students flock to for food because of their 2-for-1 student offer. The mix of American décor, the variety of great food, and €3 student cocktails, pints and shots makes Captains your one-stop shop for a great night […]

Wolverhampton City Guide

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The City “Wolverhampton is the place to be. With its student-friendly nightlife and eclectic range of restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars, there is absolutely nothing that a student could not want.” Things to do There are a number of things that are great about Wolverhampton which are not just about partying. It is impossible to […]

Plymouth – City Guide

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The City From the moment you enter Plymouth, it’s easy to see that this is a city thoroughly designed with student living in mind. With the University set at the very heart of the city centre, the panic of sleeping through your alarm and finding yourself with only 5 minutes to get to your lecture […]

Keele – City Guide

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The City “As the largest campus university in the country, Nestled in amongst woods, lakes and parklands between Manchester and Birmingham, you can expect to find all you could want ‘in-house’ at Keele.” Things to do There’s really no reason to leave campus is there? Well, while it is reassuring to know that you have so much on the […]

Luton – City Guide

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The City University is certainly a challenge with endless lectures, countless assessments and assignments that never seem to end. At the end of a long day or once you reach the weekend when you have packed away your notes and textbooks Luton is a great place to be a student. Take some time out and […]

Loughborough – City Guide

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The City Loughborough University has the largest single-site green campus in the UK and is situated about a 20-minute walk away from the town centre. All basic clothing and feeding needs can be met by the wide selection of town centre shops and there is the added bonus of the outdoor market on Thursdays and […]

Derby City Guide

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The City It may not be a University City which immediately springs to mind when you are planning your academic career, but Derby will surprise you in so many ways. Surrounded by some the UK’s most stunning countryside, Derby is compact and centrally located city, with plenty on offer for students. Things To Do If […]

Cambridge City Guide

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The City “With an educational history which stretches back over 800 years, Cambridge is one of the most beautiful and iconic places to live as a student. With a college around every corner, and a cyclist ready to knock you over at every turn, Cambridge is one of the UK’s truly distinctive cities.” Describing itself […]