It's been cancelled this year due to a significant rise in ennui. You are now lucky enough to be free to concentrate on your studies without unnecessary distractions. Nature walks and trails are available for the odd weekend break but regular showers after squash should be sufficient. Finish the evening with a good game of chess and retire with your favourite philosopher - say a bit of Kant or Nietzsche.
how is the nightlife at norwich university of the arts
Hiya, I've merged your threads as it's general best to just start one discussion if you have a query.
So you're looking at... Norwich, Nottingham, Leeds, Bournemouth.
Nottingham and Leeds are both large cities with multiple unis, they have a significant student community presence and if party nightlife is something you're interested in then I doubt you'll be disappointed. Leeds especially also has a vibrant rock/metal scene.
Bournemouth is a seaside town, with 2 universities but also a lot of elderly residents and a vibrant tourist industry. It isn't the biggest scene for a rave but you will still find venues to party at. Bournemouth is technically a town but with nearly half a million residents it is the largest town in the UK that isn't a city.
Norwich is smaller still, but it being the largest city in the area means its your best chance of a party East of Cambridge (which itself isn't spectacular for a clubbing scene).
Now is where I point out that nightlife shouldn't be top priority for university selection, but you asked the question so here is my advice. ^