Portsmouth is value for money for students

From left, Adam Chaplin, 17, Cllr Jennie Brent, Unloc managing director Hayden Taylor, Portsmouth College principal Steve Frampton, vice chairman of governors David Carpenter, city council leader Donna Jones and Annie Pannell 
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PORTSMOUTH is the fifth most cost-effective city in the country for students to live in.

The Student Living Index 2014 did a survey of 25 university cities and looked at the cost of living and spending habits of students.

It shows where students are being smartest with their money.

Portsmouth was fifth behind Brighton, Edinburgh and Birmingham.

Glasgow was the most cost-effective city.

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