London + cities across the UK
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London is incredibly diverse and welcoming. There are over 300 languages spoken in the city and more than 400,000 university students from more than 200 different nations study here.

More than 300 languages are spoken in London, more than any other city in the world. For centuries, London has welcomed people from across the globe, and these people have helped create a vibrant, multicultural city.

In terms of studying, this is a great advantage because you'll encounter ideas from all over the world as part of your daily life. You'll challenge your preconceptions and gain new perspectives – which is invaluable in our globalised world. What's more, you'll also establish a global network of friends across the world.
With over 65,000 students, a vibrant and welcoming student life is most definitely guaranteed in Birmingham. The city is home to the UK’s largest student population outside of London and offers a fantastically diverse cultural scene, bringing life and vibrancy to the city.

From shops galore at the Bullring to the flavours of the Balti Triangle, music venues and more miles of canal than Venice, there’s so much to discover in the UK’s second largest student city, there’s even a real-life chocolate factory!
Originally shaped by its success during the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century, Manchester’s strong, pioneering character endures today – only now its achievements also include shaking up the music scene, nurturing artistic creativity and hosting international sporting events.

Never content to live on past glories, Manchester is a city that looks to the future with a passion for progress, and warmly invites you to share in its vision and vitality.
Newcastle is one of the most popular student cities, so you'll be part of a strong community. The city has great nightlife and shopping, along with iconic landmarks such as the Angel of the North and the Tyne bridge. This historic, bustling city was rated number one place in the world to visit in 2018 (Rough Guide 2018) so there's plenty to see and do.

The city is one of the most vibrant, cultural and artistic destinations in Europe and one of the driest cities in the UK.
This vibrant and modern city has a rich maritime heritage and offers all the charm and excitement of a bustling waterfront city with much for students to explore.

Of course, being in the city centre means that many amenities are just a few minutes’ walk from the lecture room, but as well as exploring Southampton and the south coast, students can take some time to discover what’s available on campus, from the student-run cinema and fitness facilities, to the campus cafes and Students’ Union.
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