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          Helping you find a career in East Midlands

          The East Midlands has picturesque cities, like Lincoln, that have retained a lot of old-English architecture and offer a glimpse into British history. Alongside its historic sites, there are some modern cities, such as Leicester, that have a strong student population and are lively places to be.

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          Cost of living

          The average house price in the East Midlands is £219,542, which is below average for the UK.

          Some areas closer to London are more expensive, whereas the cities that are further north tend to be cheaper. Cities like Nottingham, Leicester or Derby are considerably cheaper than cities in the South, although this is often matched by lower wages.

          Renting Prices

          The average rental price for a property in the East Midlands is £659 per calendar month, although it's possible to find places that are cheaper within the region.


          In the bigger cities, like Nottingham or Leicester, there's a wide range of bars, clubs and pubs that'll provide something for everyone.

          There's a healthy live music scene, ranging from famous DJs to classical music performances.

          There's not as many large cities in the East Midlands as in other areas of the UK, and there might be less to do in the quieter areas. You'll definitely find something if you know where to look!

          Notable Attractions

          Wild Park Brailsford, Derbyshire - Wild Park Brailsford has a number of outdoor activities including paintballing, quad biking, laser tag, archery.

          Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire - Kedleston Hall has a beautiful parkland, grounds, hall, and magical areas of forestry and wildlife.

          The National Brewery Centre, Derbyshire - offers guided tours which explore the history of British brewing and, of course, offers tasting of a selection of beer samples.

          Carsington Water Sports and Leisure, Derbyshire - water-based activity centre set on a lake, offering courses for amateurs that include but are not limited to: powerboating, windsurfing and sailing.

          East Midlands Aeropark, Derbyshire - The Aeropark is an aviation museum that provides shows of planes throughout the ages. Although the older ones are stationary, the more modern vehicles take off and land in the park as it is a growing cargo airport.

          Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire - famed as the forested retreat of the outlaw Robin Hood, nowadays Sherwood Forest is a protected area of British natural beauty, offering beautiful walking trails under the eaves of 500-year-old oak trees and silver birches.

          Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire - a historic castle and stately house perched on top of a hill in Leicestershire, Belvoir (pronounced ‘beaver', believe it or not!) Castle offers guided tours of the house, stunning gardens and outdoor concerts.

          Twycross Zoo, Leicestershire - with a focus on primates, Twycross Zoo offers you the chance to get up close and personal with our closest relatives in the animal kingdom.

          Education institutions in East Midlands

          Bishop Grosseteste University
          De Montfort University
          University of Derby
          University of Leicester
          University of Lincoln
          Loughborough University
          University of Northampton
          University of Nottingham
          Nottingham Trent University