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          Helping you find a career in Cumbria

          Considered one of the most stunning places in the UK, Cumbria is a largely rural region and includes the beautiful Lake District, making the area a distinctively picturesque place to live. There is rich history and some of the most quirky and scenic entertainment venues; all of which makes Cumbria an ideal spot to settle post university.

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          Transport links & getting around

          Cumbria is served by The West Coast Main Line offering train services to major cities in the UK, including: Birmingham, London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow; there are also other services linking the North West and North East of England.

          There are various bus routes available across the county and a ferry service from Bowness offers visitors an easily accessible route to some of the most beautiful lakes in the area. By car, Cumbria can be accessed via the M6.

          Cost of living here

          To rent a one-bedroom place in Cumbria would cost around £448 per calendar month and a two-bedroom property has an average cost of £480pcm. A three-bedroom would cost an average of £608 pcm.


          Cumbria has a lot of scenic, traditional pubs, with some inns dating back centuries, offering incredible venues to go out for drinks. There are more contemporary bars available with a few scattered late-night haunts.

          Notable Attractions

          Cumbria is home to historic sites dating back to the Roman Empire, and hosts remains of castles, ancient abbeys, churches and more. There are copious amounts of lakes, mountains, valleys and dales throughout the Lake District; along with and hidden waterfalls, woodland, rivers and beautiful coastlines to be explored, including: Derwentwater, Buttermere and Windermere. There are also a number of museums, wildlife parks and theatres.

          Education Institutions in Cumbria

          University of Cumbria
          Lakes College
          Furness College
          Carlisle College
          Newton Rigg College