To celebrate the start of the new term, we'd like to tell you about all the things to do at O2 Centre and highlight some great offers to save the pennies.
Head to StudentBeans to find discounts at various shops. Live your best student life, all with great savings.
How to eat out in London on a shoestring? Come to O2 Centre's ever-popular My Tortellini, which is highly rated by Italians and customers alike, or take a break for some mindful eating at SOHO Coffee – the jacket potatoes are awesome. Also, autumn heralds the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte, best enjoyed within a circle of friends at Starbucks.
A student favourite, Wagamama is here and offers takeaway as does Nando's, which has now sourced more chicken! Way-hay!
In the north London area, there's a much-loved Vue cinema too, with tickets from £6.99. Arrive early, before your film showing, to enjoy their fancy bar.
Did we mention, O2 Centre also has a big Sainsbury's and Homebase? Get all your essentials here and deck out your room to impress your flatmates.
Pictured, left to right: My Tortellini, Nando's, Starbucks, Wagamama
There's also The Freud Museum, tucked behind Finchley Road in a pretty residential street, which has a roster of art exhibitions and talks - Vanessa Redgrave is there for a special event in September. It's well worth seeking out this atmospheric house - it was the final home of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, and his daughter Anna Freud, a pioneering child psychoanalyst.
Pictured, left to right: the famous couch where Freud treated his patients at The Freud Museum, Camden Arts Centre's artwork on display, Sigmund Freud, JW3.