Nottingham is the second cheapest city to be a student
Have they been to Sains on Derby Road?
According to a new study by TotalMoney, Nottingham has been ranked second cheapest place to be a student in the UK.
TotalMoney analysed eight important living factors such as rent , the price of a taxi and most importantly the price of a pint.
So what can you get for your money in Nottingham?
Rent – £105 a week (university halls)
Cinema – £5 a ticket (Savoy)
Gym – £10 for a month (Hussle app – formerly Pay As U Gym)
Coffee – £2.50 per cup
Meal for two – £12
Pint – £2.25 (at Wetherspoons)
Kebab – £4.80 (JustEat)
Cab – £5.50 (Uber)
James McCaffrey for TotallyMoney said: "Studying the cost of rent, coffees, accommodation, cinema tickets and cabs might seem trivial, but cost of living can influence where someone chooses to study.
"And while university is a time for lectures, learning and preparing for the world of work, it may also be the first time many young adults experience managing their finances.
I suppose all the money saved can be spent on VK's…..