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One of the emerging cities in England, Bristol is the new era for aerospace engineering, electronics, media and communication. It’s a city that’s a mix and match on a modern development with historical artefacts point of view. The entire town gives out different vibes like none other and has a spark that never dies. From an educational point of view, there is the University of Bristol, the University of West England to name a few. These universities are quite notable and have an annual intake of about 5000-6000 student each year spread across different deaneries. Not only this but then student life in such universities is taken aback as there are so many tasks and individual assignments that one might come across that it might be stressful. But in the long run, all is worth it when you graduate from a notable university in the end. 


If you are out on the hunt for that perfect, budget-friendly student accommodation options, then you might have gone beyond your budget quite a bit, as cheaper rooms might not be right and expensive rooms are, well, quite expensive. Hence private student halls seem to be the way Bristol tends to provide their students accommodation options. These are single or student share rooms that go for about 130-170 pounds per week. All amenities and facilities that you could think of are available. Not only this but then the rent might fluctuate based on the availability, location and the type of room that you choose. Other than this student villages and student dorm rooms are also excellent choices that come in at a lower price but can be double sharing rooms which might not work out for many. 


Public transport has always got your back as when you want to get from point A to point B; then you can always rely on buses and cabs to get you there. They are cheap and are faster and quite economical. Along with this, they have metro cards for buses which are cheaper to acquire and are budget friendly. Other than this, cycles and bikes are the safest options to travel around Bristol. They require minimum investment and can take the edge of touring within the city. Walking or even carpooling seems to be desirable options as you never really know where your university might be from your student accommodation option. 


With a city that has a purple flag statue (which means to say that it has an award for excellence in the management of nightlife and servicing) having a great time over here is the best thing you could do. Needless to say, that bars and pubs over here are of plenty and each one has a different vibe that could either boost your adrenaline levels way beyond imagination or have you been calm and not have any effect form your educational life. Lakota and Thekla are few of the best clubs in the city that you need to explore. Other malls and hotels host some great parties. Recreational centers are of plenty. Explore the city to know which place is destined to give you the best time of your life.    

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