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    I am a student in the United States and I am interested in studying abroad somewhere in England, but I have no idea where. How would you rate this university? The people? The nightlife? Things to do around town? All of my options include are Nottingham Trent University, University of Chester, University of East London, University of Plymouth, University of Roehampton, University of Sunderland, London Metropolitan University, University of Reading, and University of Brighton. If you have any opinions on any of these universities, please let me know!
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    I am a student in the United States and I am interested in studying abroad somewhere in England, but I have no idea where. How would you rate this university? The people? The nightlife? Things to do around town? All of my options include are Nottingham Trent University, University of Chester, University of East London, University of Plymouth, University of Roehampton, University of Sunderland, London Metropolitan University, University of Reading, and University of Brighton. If you have any opinions on any of these universities, please let me know!
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    If you're looking for a decent nightlife go for Brighton or London but bare in mind that London is freaking expensive to live in. As I'm from Brighton I can reassure you that the people here are nice. I would also advise you to check 'the complete university guide' to see how well the universities are doing academically, socially...etc
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    Are prices much more affordable compared to London? Also, would I take a bus or train to London from Brighton and how long of a ride is that/how long would it take? Also, are there any other towns around Brighton that are frequently visited? Thanks so much for your help!
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    (Original post by mgilmann)
    I am a student in the United States and I am interested in studying abroad somewhere in England, but I have no idea where. How would you rate this university? The people? The nightlife? Things to do around town? All of my options include are Nottingham Trent University, University of Chester, University of East London, University of Plymouth, University of Roehampton, University of Sunderland, London Metropolitan University, University of Reading, and University of Brighton. If you have any opinions on any of these universities, please let me know!
    Hi, it might be worth checking out another thread where American students at Chester have talked about how they found the University etc. Here's the link http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...ity of chester
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    (Original post by mgilmann)
    Are prices much more affordable compared to London? Also, would I take a bus or train to London from Brighton and how long of a ride is that/how long would it take? Also, are there any other towns around Brighton that are frequently visited? Thanks so much for your help!
    Brighton is cheaper than London but it's one of the expensive ones in the UK. I think it ranks around 5-6th in the list of 'the most expensive places to live in the UK'. Central London is 50 minutes away by the train. And in terms of places to visit, Brighton is definitely surrounded by many different towns and places for sightseeing and there are loads to do. So I think you shouldn't be worried when it comes to having fun in Brighton lol
 
 
 
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