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    I know, I know, this shouldn't be a factor in choosing a Uni. But so far I've chosen 4 uni's I want to go to, and should they fall through I'd like a couple more in great citys with a good atmosphere//nightlife etc. If I'm going to spend 3 or 4 years there, it might as well be a good experience!

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    Well which universities have you already chosen?
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    newcastle. its literally right in the middle of the city centre and has brilliant night life and erm day life.
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    liverpool
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    Well, from just browsing over prospectuses the ones I have liked so far are Bristol (ideally i'd love to go here, but i doubt they'll accept me.)
    London Met
    Goldsmiths college london
    Newcastle uni (I like newcastle a lot)
    UEA (really like the course they offer)
    Manchester uni

    No idea how these rank up, other than bristol. This is just from reading forums, and looking at the prospectuses.
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    I really think that having a good night out is more about who your with than where you are.
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    (Original post by hailz202)
    liverpool
    Oh yes! Liverpool all the way! It has amazing and diverse nightlife!
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    Yeah I'm at Liverpool and there is a pretty amazing nightlife to be had here. The Union stuff is good but there's some really cool places in the city, currently loving Heebiejeebies, Alma de Cuba and Jaxx at the moment! Bumper on Hardman Street is AMAZING. I love it.

    Omg there's so many places - I love the new Revolution opposite Alma and Camel Club off Concert Square..jst to name a few!
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    (Original post by RR)
    currently loving Heebiejeebies
    How AMAZING is Heebiejeebies - last time I went they were playing 'Going Underground' by the Jam and I found it funny, cause it's underground heh. BUT Bumper is even better, I love the design of the place, it's always absolutely packed though.
    Been in Bar Hannah? I think that's quite sweet and all

    Aside from that: Liverpool is amazing in terms of nightlift but so is Manchester.
    I'm from near Liverpool and would recommend it to anyone & I'm in University in Manchester and absolutely everybody seems to love their experience here, because of the size of the student population there's something to do every night (if you're so inclined) and its massive!!!!
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    Spent a fair few nights with mates in Liverpool - really, really good. Would thoroughly recommend it.
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    UEA/Norwich has the best nightlife in east anglia, and its a nice city. Not a massive city like leeds/london/manchester, but is a city.
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    Big cities are the way to go, if you want nightlife.
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    Newcastle
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    (Original post by Conure)
    I know, I know, this shouldn't be a factor in choosing a Uni. But so far I've chosen 4 uni's I want to go to, and should they fall through I'd like a couple more in great citys with a good atmosphere//nightlife etc. If I'm going to spend 3 or 4 years there, it might as well be a good experience!

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    What are you talking about of course it should!
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    (Original post by Wrangler)
    Spent a fair few nights with mates in Liverpool - really, really good. Would thoroughly recommend it.
    ..and liverpool is cheap which is a major plus. Manchester is meant to have a pretty awesome nightlife. Avoid places like York, Durham, Exeter...
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    LONDON..... but its a bit expensive......
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    a bit? heh. Any big city really. Then again some great campuses will also have great nightlife even if in a town...
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    (Original post by Conure)
    I know, I know, this shouldn't be a factor in choosing a Uni. But so far I've chosen 4 uni's I want to go to, and should they fall through I'd like a couple more in great citys with a good atmosphere//nightlife etc. If I'm going to spend 3 or 4 years there, it might as well be a good experience!

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    Nah, Id say nightlife its allowed to be condered. Where you live certainly is, and that very much linked.
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    You'll probably love the night life where ever you go.

    But just big cities like, Leed, Liverpool && Manchester. Aswelll as Brighton, it has a really gd reputation for it's night life.
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    (Original post by discombobulation)
    How AMAZING is Heebiejeebies - last time I went they were playing 'Going Underground' by the Jam and I found it funny, cause it's underground heh. BUT Bumper is even better, I love the design of the place, it's always absolutely packed though.
    Been in Bar Hannah? I think that's quite sweet and all

    Aside from that: Liverpool is amazing in terms of nightlift but so is Manchester.
    I'm from near Liverpool and would recommend it to anyone & I'm in University in Manchester and absolutely everybody seems to love their experience here, because of the size of the student population there's something to do every night (if you're so inclined) and its massive!!!!
    YES! I love Hannah's. We go in there for pre-drinks before Jaxx/Bumper.

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