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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!

    I cannot speak for other universities but Plymouth is a place to be. There are a lot of American exchange students. If one thing describes this place it's "social" - people are going out almost every night (but you don't have to if you don't want to, they will not push you away). And the city is amazing, especially when the sun is out. A lot of shops, cafes, and the Barbican which is a historical seafront neighborhood is amazing place to spend your weekends.

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