Natwest recently published their annual 2010 Student Living Index — an annual study of how cost-effective the UK’s major university cities and towns are for students, based on spending habits, and how students offset these costs.
There were a few surprises in the top 10 cities, the most surprising of all being the number 1 spot which went to the capital, London.
The study found that London students who work part-time earned the most with average wages of £9.91/hour and weekly takings of £167.48/week. When this is offset against their rent and living expenses, the capital provides the most cost-effective student life!
Check out the top 10 cities below: