Does anyone knows some cheapest cities in England?, you know, I heard that London is very expensive
That's true. Newcastle is a good option. Cheap, good nightlife, good people, close to lots of good culture, castles, countryside and nature. It's quite cold there, but the weather in most of England is usually quite shitty anyway.
Can anyone say what Coventry is like? Specifically the University of Coventry, which I'm considering for a Master. I know it was bombed to bits in the war so it's maybe not the prettiest by modern standards. Otherwise, what's it like?
Uni of Coventry is a former polytechnic. The town in not lovely, and has a reputation for violent crime. Don't know about Coventry Uni students, but those at Warwick Uni (which is actually much nearer Coventry) often live in Leamington Spa instead, which is probably a nicer town overall.
The North in general.
Newcastle is your best bet regardless, but there's also Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Carlisle.
There's a reason I'm saying go to Newcastle over the rest. Good city (just very cold).
Thanks. I guess the good news is that it seems most of the Master could be done as distance learning.
>alcohol is really cheap
Uh, no. Depends where you're coming from I guess, but IME, booze is quite expensive in the UK. Certainly much more expensive than Germany, where I'm from.
>and the girls are easy there
Yes, this is generally true.
Sheffield and Manchester seem to be pretty good judging by what friends think of them
>tfw living in London is a goal of mine even though my standard of living there will cost fuck tons per month