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Is making at London. Universities tough? I ve seen a "friend" who studied at Durham University make loads of friends who were heavy into parties, clubbing and booze and she became very close into these girls and guys.
On the other hand, in London, most students here dont really get too close. Even large cliques are usually based off on a particular agenda like a SJW group of friends who aren't really genuine friends but are on a pretty shallow level.

Is it difficult to make friends at london colleges?
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Is making at London. Universities tough? I ve seen a "friend" who studied at Durham University make loads of friends who were heavy into parties, clubbing and booze and she became very close into these girls and guys.
On the other hand, in London, most students here dont really get too close. Even large cliques are usually based off on a particular agenda like a SJW group of friends who aren't really genuine friends but are on a pretty shallow level.

Is it difficult to make friends at london colleges?
Hey,:yeah:

I would say it would be like most universities across the country and it depends and how you want to spend your university time.

If you wish to party and be very social then the option for this is available. If you would rather socalise in a different way and by spending nights in with friends or playing games then this too should be an option at the university.

I also suggest that there will be students dedicated to the academia and will spend the three years studying.

If you want to make friends and you join some societies or speak to your flatmates or people on your course then you should be fine. :five:

I hope some people who spent time in London during their university offer some further support.

Tom :creep:
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What university are you in?
What do you major in?
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UCL grad here - as long you as join societies, socialise with your hall flat mates and fellow course students you should have no problem make friends with similar interests! Not sure why you think London would be different? If anything it's Durham that's different (a long with oxbridge) for their college system in terms of getting to know people.
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