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Brighton | Cambridge | Egham | London | Oxford

Brighton

On the south coast of England and just an hour from London by train, Brighton has been described as a lively and fun, if slightly eccentric, seaside resort. As the entertainment capital of the south coast, Brighton has one of the most active arts scenes in Britain, with numerous theaters, cinemas, galleries, and concert venues featuring big name rock and pop stars, as well as classical music. Shops, cafes, over 400 restaurants, and a lively night life make Brighton a popular choice for students. 

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Cambridge

Cambridge is home to the University of Cambridge, one of the top ranking universities in the world. It is a small city, just 50 miles north of London, with students comprising almost 20 percent of the population. Traditional and quaint, Cambridge today is also the heart of “Silicon Fen” – a large cluster of high technology businesses and start-up companies. 

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Egham

Egham, home to many commuting London professionals, is famous for its elegant estates, historic market towns, parks and woodlands, and a lively cultural and sporting scene. Students might also spend a day at the horse races at Ascot, watch rugby at Twickenham, or take a wild ride at the theme parks of Thorpe Park or Legoland. Trains to London depart from Surrey every 15 minutes during the day for the 40 minute ride to Waterloo station.

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London

Without a doubt, London offers a world-class education in a city of unlimited opportunities. Students in London enjoy a wealth of academic resources easily found in major institutions such as The British Library, the British Museum and the Royal Society, as well as hundreds of specialized libraries. With over 200 museums, 120 historic buildings, 150 theaters, and countless galleries, live shows, shops, and events, London offers vibrant and diverse cultural opportunities.

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Oxford

A medium-sized city with a population of some 40,000 students, Oxford is home to the oldest English-speaking university in the world. Beautiful, historic architectural sites alongside main high street stores, museums, coffee shops, and restaurants, and a thriving social scene lend the city a youthful and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Oxford also boasts vast and ample green spaces, including scenic riverside walks, the oldest botanic garden in England, and the university parks and college gardens.

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