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So I'm going to be studying at Edgbaston campus in september this year, and I'm not sure where's best to live. I'm interested in a two or three person flat in a quiet, low crime area. I understand that Selly Oak is popular for students, but it may be too noisy for postgrad students who just want to crack on with studying instead of going out.
Can anyone recommend a good suburb of Birmingham to live in? I don't have a car, so commuting by bus will be the only option.
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(Original post by Henry Carpenter)
So I'm going to be studying at Edgbaston campus in september this year, and I'm not sure where's best to live. I'm interested in a two or three person flat in a quiet, low crime area. I understand that Selly Oak is popular for students, but it may be too noisy for postgrad students who just want to crack on with studying instead of going out.
Can anyone recommend a good suburb of Birmingham to live in? I don't have a car, so commuting by bus will be the only option.
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