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Great city, everything you could ever want! Already put down roots here! Never plan on leaving. It's a exciting, cultural city with Everything you could ever want!
The nightlife is great, the city is always so full of life. Shopping is also good, especially at Eldon Square and there are lots and lots of different restaurants throughout the city. It’s difficult to get bored!
Newcastle is great! The nightlife is probably the best part, there is something going on literally every night and the city is so full of life all the time. There are lots of places for shopping as well, like Eldon Square and Metrocentre is also pretty close from here.
Newcastle is a lovely city to live study and work in. It is cheap as anything, transport is brill and nights out are amazing. In newcastle a night out probs costs me Â£50 which is not bad at all everything is fairly priced.
Newcastle is a great place to experience student life. It has many events going on in freshers week, not only at the student union but also around the different clubs around Newcastle. Also, there are many good value places to go for food and drinks around Newcastle due to it being such a student city. There is a massive shopping centre in Newcastle centre, as well as an even bigger one just outside of Newcastle, so shopping is pretty good in Newcastle. It definitely has a student feel to it.
The Newcastle college HE students do courses that are comparable to Uni Courses. The location is close to central station making it accessible. The campus has a bar and space for HE students to socialise. Newcastle is known for its night life, student nights include Digi, Bijoux, dortiz and if all else fails, Wetherspoons!
A compact city with lots to do, There is a good metro network and most shops and nightlife etc is very central and close together. This makes it easy to get around. There’s lots to do in terms of activities sports etc. Overall I find it a great place to live and would recommend it for anyone.
The location isn’t great with loads of areas suited specifically to students. The city centre is great and has enough shops without being too busy and is close to the metro centre as well. There are a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and bars all of which are within walking distance to one another. You can also walk down to the quayside which is great, especially the market on a Sunday. Grainger market is also fab with cheap buys for students! Jesmond is full of student housing and bars along osbourne road and close to gyms etc. It is also close to the beach which is a good day out and tynemouth is a good place to bring parents and friends from home.
Newcastle University is located in the center of Newcastle upon Tyne. A short walk takes you to Northumberland street which is packed with cafes, restaurants and high end stores, as well as grocery shops and you name it. It’s proximity to intu shopping center too means that there is convenient access to many eateries and places to shop. The monument, located about less than 10 minutes away from the University by walking is an exciting meeting point, with something always going on around it. The area is the most lively place in Newcastle and the closeness of the University makes it feel very easy to balance study and leisure.
Friendliest people in the country. Never more than 100 metres from a Greggs and the nightlife caters for everyone no matter what sort of night you're wanting. Just avoid McDonalds on Northumberland Street at around 3am!
Newcastle is an absolutely brilliant city! The people are all so friendly and it feels weirdly safe and compact for such a popular city. Very diverse so it has plenty of opportunities to get involved with other cultures and events. The night life is legendary and so is the food! There's enough variety for even the pickiest of eaters. If you fancy a stroll the quayside is beautiful and you should definitely take up the opportunity to walk along the bridge. All in all an awesome place to work and live in, the only negative is how cold it is!
Really nice city in the heart of Newcastle, has very nice shopping malls, primark is the cheapest place for clothing.
I love this city! Everything is so close to your doorstep when you choose inner city accommodation. The Intu Eldon Square is great for when Newcastle is raining (most of the time) but you still want to go out and do something without getting soaked. I love the Town Moor, a huge park around 10 mins from the city centre that's perfect for picnics or if you fancy seeing some greenery.
One of the best cities in the country! Nightlife is second to none! Shopping in Eldon square or Northumberland street is excellent with lots of shops offering student discount! Take a short metro ride to Tynemouth and have a walk along one of the north East’s best beaches! Couldn’t recommend it enough!
Nothing beats a night out in Newcastle, cheap drinks and plenty of choice! Not to mention shopping opportunities and loads of different places to eat!
Newcastle University is on the edge of the city, meaning it’s so close to everything!! He city itself has multiple transport links, high street shops, restaurants and quirky food chains, and markets. This is all in addition to the attractive sights of the Tyne river that runs through the quayside, just like the beautiful (but windy!) coast at South Shields and Tynemouth.
Perfect city, does everything brilliantly in a relatively small area. As a student it has everything but I would also be very happy to live here once I start working
Plenty of clubs in Newcastle centre with good travel links to places like Gateshead, Sunderland and Durham.
It's great and I really love the atmosphere around the city. There is always a lot going on around the city from protests to bands and buskers. It's a great place for a night out too. With cheap drinks which also results in a lot of drunk students.
Great city and really cheap cost of living. Can not fault nightlife, and amazing restaurants in town. Good uni’s.
There's always something for everyone on a night out, relatively inexpensive aswell. Diverse range of restaurants. Shopping is okay, Newcastle has most retail brands. Plenty of culture and activities, a lot if escape rooms!
Top notch city, sound people, crazy nights out.
Newcastle is good for clubbing and also casual nights out to pubs (Jesmond) Good for shopping (Metrocentre , eldon square)