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Uni accommodation undergrad:postgrad ratio?

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    I was planning on applying to allen court since city accommodation is really close to where my lectures will be, but heard that there are a lot of post grads / international students there. Is that true overall?

    I'm transferring unis and from my experience, many international students tend to be more antisocial when it comes to getting together for nights out and the like. Similarly, I'm assuming most post-grads won't be as up for clubbing compared to freshers

    With this in mind, would I be better off applying for endcliffe, or would it still be possible that there'll be a majority of freshers/undergrads at allen court (or any of the other city based uni accommodations)?
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