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    It's tough deciding between Sheffield and Liverpool, I like the way loads of students are together at Sheffield whereas Liverpool I'd live on campus and I'm worried I wouldn't have as much fun.



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    You should base it on the course mostly as you'll make friends and have fun wherever you go! Both Sheffield and Liverpool have equally good nightlife and a good social scenes. so i dont think youd be disappointed where ever you go! However Sheffield does have one of the top student unions in the country
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    Sheffield is a brilliant place, and the students are great! But no matter where you go, you'll make friends and have a great time. So just choose whichever uni suits your course better
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    Dont know education wise how good sheffield is but I know the social side is great, 100% sure there are a lot of flat parties
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    I'm sure Liverpool has a great social scene too, and just as many flat parties but from experience I think Sheffield does have a fair few flat parties, yes.

    Because the clubs are usually so good, the night time set up is that you usually end up going to a club at about 12, rather than earlier and going to a number of different clubs. This means that flat parties usually end up being pre-drink parties where you can turn up at say about 8ish and then order a taxi to the club for about 12. In my opinion this works as a better set up as everyone's raring to go by the time you get out into the northern cold and they've all managed to socialise beforehand
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    I would like to friggin think so.
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    I had many a party in my flat in Sheffield, yes. There's More houses than flats though.
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    You should try the official government statistics from the Home Office for a true comparison. You can try on their website and even select different 'types' of house party if you want to
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    (Original post by Sisko_197)
    You should try the official government statistics from the Home Office for a true comparison. You can try on their website and even select different 'types' of house party if you want to
    ...So funny


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