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          Helping you find a career in South West

          You could have a great quality of life In the South West of England, for a number of reasons.

          The region boasts very low levels of pollution across the board. The vast expanses of green spaces create stunning scenery that has been recognised by the government, resulting in two protected national parks.

          The South West consistently ranks low for levels of crime. Also, cities near the coast, like Bristol, attract a number of tourists each year.

          Despite the size of the South West, only around 8% of the population live there, which means there are fewer jobs to hand, but the rural areas are amazing if you're seeking an outdoorsy lifestyle.

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          Cost of living

          The average price of houses in the South West of England is £257,563. This places it above the UK average o £229,431.

          Renting Prices

          The average rent in the region is around £855 per calendar month. This will likely be a little higher in the cities and cheaper in suburban areas.

          Nightlife

          Several cities in the South West have strong student populations and lively nightclub scenes, whereas the more rural areas will have a quieter nightlife.

          Notable Attractions

          Stonehenge: A prehistoric monument that was built roughly 4,000-5,000 years ago. It's considered to be a historic sacred area and theologists still argue about to this day. It's one of the top tourist attractions in the UK.

          The Roman Baths: Constructed over Bath's three natural hot springs, this is a historic site and is steeped in culture.

          Cotswolds: The Cotswolds has an abundance of castles and country homes, surrounded by stunning scenery. The villages echo old English culture and there are endless historic trails to learn about English heritage.

          South West Coast Path: 630 miles of amazing coastal sights with a combination of wildlife, agriculture, scenery and geology to ensure you never get bored.

          SS Great Britain: One of the largest and technologically advanced vessels of its time, the SS Great Britain has now been restored into a multi-sensory tourist attraction.

          St Nectans Glen: An area largely untouched by man, it's filled with mysticism and stories of pixies and fairies. There are 3 waterfalls, which are the main attraction.

          Greenway: The summer home of famous crime writer Agatha Christie. It's been excellently preserved - even her clothes are still there!

          Eden Project: The Eden Project is an educational charity. It boasts the largest greenhouse in the world, in bubble shade domes that are surrounded by beautiful scenery.

          Tate St Ives: The top gallery in the South West, with a spectacular rooftop bar. The art collection ranges from the 1500s to the present day.

          Education institutions in South West

          Arts University Bournemouth
          University of Bath
          Bath Spa University
          Bournemouth University
          University of Bristol
          University of The West of England, Bristol (UWE)
          University of Exeter
          Falmouth University (formerly University College Falmouth)
          University of Gloucestershire
          University of Plymouth
          Plymouth Marjon University (St Mark & St John)
          Plymouth College of Art
          University Centre Weston