Student Living On A Budget: The Best Places To Go

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Life as a student can be expensive, but a haircut, food, a night out and an occasional manicure are essential to life. Here are seven ways to get the jobs done without breaking the bank…

Beauty on a Budget:

The London School of Beauty and Makeup
Prices for manicures start as low as £8 and getting your eyebrows tinted will only set you back £7
18-19 Long Lane, EC1A 9PL

Toni and Guy Academy
With haircuts from £5 and colour from £20, it would be hard to miss this offer.
71-75 New Oxford Street WC1A 1DG


Fashion on a Budget:

Brick Lane Vintage Market
A great place to pick up vintage and one-off items without making a big hole in your wallet.
Sunday 9am-5pm
91 Brick Ln, London E1 6QR


Night out on a budget:

Angel Comedy @ The Camden head – Free Every Tuesday
Showcasing the best comedians on the circuit, Angel Comedy is a great way to enjoy a fun – and funny – night out
2 Camden Passage, N1 8DY

Sky Garden @ Fenchurch Street – Free
Perfect for a romantic evening, visiting the top of the Sky Garden is free. But entry to the garden is limited, so book online to avoid disappointment
20 Fenchurch St, EC3M 8AF


Food on a budget:

Franco Manca – Restaurants available from Covent Garden to Ealing
With sourdough pizza prices starting from £4.50 to £6.95, this is the perfect student treat
39 Maiden Lane, WC2E 7LJ

Herman ze German – Charing Cross
A modern twist on a traditional German Bratwurst. Wurst in a roll with pommes frites and Fritz Soda (vegetarian available) – from £8.55
19 Villiers Street, WC2N 6ND

By Ellie Jones, Rohma Ejaz and Silvia Cerisara

Image Credit: Creative Commons

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