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3.6 / 27 reviews
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Anonymous

26th January 2018
Uxbridge is a town where you have all the essential shops you need, which is the last stop on the London Underground tube map. It is a small quiet town where there is only one club and a few bars/pubs around. It is Home to two universities which are Buckinghamshire New university for nursing students and there is also Brunel which caters for a large range of subject choices.
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10th February 2018
Good location and the nightlife is nice. Quiet area and always feels very safe. Haiaiaodoxownsjxixiwowowowowpwpwppxocococooseowkwlkwlwlwowosoxoxoxosow
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Anonymous

23rd January 2018
There is a lot to do in the city, and it's just 40 minutes away from central London. If you want to have a good time there is always something to do.
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Anonymous

1st December 2017
Uxbridge is a beautiful area with loads of cultural things to do. No one will feel left out in this area and everyone is ever so welcoming.
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Anonymous

16th November 2017
Uxbridge town Centre is great, it’s a lively place and not far from Brunel university. Shopping facilities are really good, there’s two shopping centers with a wide range of high street and high end shops. The shops are right next to the train station so the location is ideal! In terms of food outlets the variety is growing, there’s places like Nando’s, Pizza Hut and belle Italia but also small boutiques. However most don’t cater for halal dietary options and that’s a bit difficult for myself. There is a cinema in the shopping Centre, however not really much else to do, except for shopping and eating.
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22nd January 2018
The town is pretty well supplied in terms of food places, shops and general everyday needs. Transport links are pretty good, with lots of buses available, popular tube lines and decent road links to important motorways. All a short bus ride away or 20 minute walk from the uni.
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17th March 2018
My university is in a very ideal location! It is not far from the motorway and it’s also only a tube ride away from the hustle and bustle without being to close to it. If you want it to be quiet it can be quiet if you wanna have a loud and crazy night out, that can be done too. The location of my university is just super ideal.
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Khadija Kamara

17th February 2018
Uxbridge is a nice area that has two shopping centres to your benefit. It also has a range of restaurants that give student discounts and also if you’re from a Caribbean or African background there is one shop that sells products in that area as well. One slight issue is things may be slightly more expensive which I have noticed however there is a Lidl right next to Brunel to get affordable shopping done.
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24th February 2018
Although supposedly a London university the travel into central takes like an hour. Only 1 nightclub in town, not that great. Lidl nearby which is really cheap. There is a fairly good shopping centre but could be improved if KFC could deliver their chicken.
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27th February 2018
There is only one night club so the night life is pretty poor. There are shops that are easy to get to. Bus travel is easily available. The area of Uxbridge is very quiet. There is not much to do other than a cinema which is very expensive,
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1st June 2018
Brunel University London is 15 minutes away from Uxbridge. It's very practical as you can simply walk to the station, or you also have more than 6 buses taking you there. In Uxbridge you have two shopping malls where you can find most things you want, but sometimes not everything. It still great that you have the Piccadilly and Metropolitan line, so you can be in central in less than an hour. Being that distance away also makes everything cheaper, from food, drinks, parties and housing. And it's also good as being a student you have not as many distractions as if you were in a university in central. It's a great place.
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Selina Soor

1st June 2018
As Brunel is in the centre of Uxbridge, it is a 15 minute walk to the town centre with 2 shopping centres. A quick walk to the sports park to play activities such as football, javelin, hockey and tennis even! A 15 minute walk to the hospital. London Underground available from uxbridge station with the metropolitan and Piccadilly line running until 12:30 midnight. Plenty of busses running to and from the university with multiple entrances to the lecture centre, library and halls.
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Anonymous

2nd July 2018
I chose my university because its a lovely rich area which easy access into town centre as well as shisha lounges. Not only that, it has amazing library with 24 hour access alongside a lovely cafe with also costcutter. Santander bank, and student union.
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Selda Kekilli

2nd July 2018
Uxbridge university london. Amazing night life where everyone clicks, the food is lovely from costcutter, amazing shopping centre close by.. shisha lounge named tamara at walking distance from the uni and much more things to do. And i choose my university because its amazing with amazing people around and lovely lecturers.
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22nd June 2018
Uxbridge is justfine. It is a mid sized town with a decent high street, a couple of grocery stores, a mall, and relatively well connected by bus and one tube station. If you like nightlife it isn’t great as there is one club that is just eh not including the brunel campus ones. Not too expensive, not exactly cheap. It is distinctly average but all in all not a bad place to live.
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6th June 2018
Location for Brunel University is good, simply for the reason it is on the edge of London and so the city lifestyle is accessible. However Uxbridge itself is a little tired, shopping and dining options limited and the overall appearance is as you’d expect for a London overfill town designed to house the masses. Nightlife, I’ve rated 3, simply because student nights are usually pretty fun. If I wasn’t a student I’d have put a 1.
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Anonymous

3rd April 2018
North west london. An hour tube ride into central. Uxbridge is fairly average, standard town shops and resturants. 20 minute walk from uni to centre of town. Only social night is wednesday at liquid that mainly the sports teams. Ocassionally the union runs 'mega global on a friday. As liquid has no competiton its expensive.
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10th April 2018
The nightlife is not great, there is only one club in the town and very few bars. The club itself is not much to shout about. The shopping is quite good, with many options. However, they are fairly generic stores. There are good options for food shopping at a variety of price ranges, with generally good stock. There is good choices of places to eat but they are mostly chains. It would be nice for more independent restaurants in the centre of the town. There is however, very little things to do, especially for students. It tends to mean that we have to travel to other areas of London for things to do. There are some nice green areas in the town but they are pretty hidden and not well known.
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Dafne Moran Toha

8th April 2018
Brunel University is located 15 minutes away from Uxbridge centre. It's great you can walk there, although many people decide to take the bus (which doesn't make much sense). You have many places for eating out and Intu Uxbridge, which is great for doing some shopping. Nevertheless, if you are looking for some product in particular it's always better to go shopping to central. Regarding nightlife, there's Liquid Nightclub in Uxbridge, which almost always has free tickets before 11 during the weekend, but it's not great. The best thing about Brunel is that most things you can find them on campus. There's a nightclub, a pub, a few fast food restaurants, Costa, and even a supermarket. And in case you want to go to central you're just 15 minutes away from the underground station.
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Anonymous

2nd May 2018
Uxbridge intu is an excellent place to go shopping and hang out with friends. Does have a high crime rate but other than that I would say it is a good area.
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