Cyclists riding through the vineyards in Loire Valley, France.
Male-female ratio: 41:59
Average price of pint: £3.00
The reputation of Oxford's universities combined with its stunning architecture make it a draw for international students who have given this city a buzzing, cosmopolitan vibe. Oxford has numerous live music venues and is also home to several world-renowned museums. "Oxford has it all," says Barbara Speed, co-editor of Cherwell, Oxford University's student newspaper.
"It's old enough so your parents are proud you go there, but there are eight coffee shops per square mile for you to waste your student loan and arts degree in!"
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Who writes this garbage ? Oh I see its Tamara Hinson, might have known. What practical use is any of this information to would be University students ?
Try Belfast because the tractor was invented there ?
Or Liverpool because it has the oldest Chinatown for heavens sake !
Please put something sensible on here, just once.
Nothing to do with education then? No wonder so many grads end up as shelve stackers at Tescos.
Eeeerrr, Trainspotting wasn't set in Glasgow, it was set in Edinburgh. Read the book or watch the movie.
Belfast is in Northern Ireland, which is in the UK, Britain is the one solid land mass composed of England, Scotland and Wales.
Trainspotting was set in Edinburgh, but was filmed almost entirely in Glasgow.
Great to see Manchester doing well, im not a student but i love to see my home city doing well !!
If you're gonna compile a list, at least make it complete.
Cant believe they have missed out Durham, Newcastle and Sunderland either! Must be poor at Geography.
Wasn't Trainspotting based in Edinburgh BUT parts/all of it filmed in Glasgow???