Might sound a bit of a **** bear with me
Im considering going to Leeds next year from Ireland as they dont do the course i want in Ireland (except for DCU, but that has a sh1t rep for nightlife )
Did anyone here first go to leeds without knowing anyone?
Is it hard to make friends?
(I wont know anyone in the UK whatsoever when i arrive)
I would like to live in the campus accomidation so i can meet people to go out and get pissed with How many people usually live together there?
Is the nightlife really as good as i have heard? 40000 students how bad can it be
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- 22-07-2009 02:05
- 22-07-2009 04:39
I'm pretty sure there will be plenty of people going, without knowing anyone else in the city. As pretty much everyone is in the same boat, I'm sure you'll be okay making new friends, just get chatting to people in the same accommodation/lectures/places as you!
The nightlife in Leeds, indeed, is brilliant.
According to the website, the on campus accommodation places are as follows
Henry Price Building - 335 places, self catered, flats between 8 and 9
Ellersie Hall - 120 places, catered
Lyddon Hall - 145 places, catered
Then Charles Morris will be open in 2010
- 22-07-2009 05:00
I can guarantee you'll make friends! Go to Boddington if this is of particular worry to you because there are thousands of people there.
- 23-07-2009 20:05
You'll be fine mate, I came over from Belfast and knew no one. The accent will win friends if nothing
Also join socities, join the Irish society for example and branch out from there making friends.