Where do most students in London go for nights out?

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Charleyhill93
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Obviously its a huge city so I know there wont be one main place that people go out... im sure all different areas attract different sorts of people, but is there an area that is particularly popular with students? I heard east London was popular for student nightlife but don't know if this is true?
I'm trying to gage where is it best for me to live in my first year at London met studying illustration, I don't mind paying more for accommodation if I will save on travelling costs on nights out etc!
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If u dont mind living in a student accomodation i would suggest you
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If u dont mind living in student accomodations i would suggest u "claredale house" in bethnal green ... Its quite close to londonmet, in east london, very close to shoreditch, 4/6 ppl flat, and very easy to socialize with other students from many univ ... I live here atm and applied for next year as well... Good luck!
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