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There are four Edinburgh unis which I know of:

Edinburgh, Napier, Queen Margaret and Heriot Watt.
There's also ECA.
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Universities, colleges and research institutions in Berlin

Feel free to count, I'm too lazy
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Brighton has three - Sussex, Brighton and BIMM if it counts....
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A better question would be, where is the rivalry strongest between any two universities in a town?
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A better question would be, where is the rivalry strongest between any two universities in a town?
LSE and KCL really don't like each other... :dontknow:
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London probably, off the top of my head it has:

UCL
KCL
LSE
QMUL
Brunel
Kingston
Roehampton
LSBU
Imperial

And there's even more than that which i can't think of at this second
westminister, london met, New College of the Humanities, East London uni, West London uni, Goldsmith, Birbeck, Greenwich, Middlesex, SOAS

thats not including other ones...............never realised there was so many
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UK rivalries are definately nothing compared to US rivalries. MIT and Caltech seem to have one of the most fierce.
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Lancaster has three(ish).

Lancaster University.
UCLAN.
UCUM.
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Two West of Scotland campuses too if you count both Paisley and Hamilton!
Also GSA if that counts as separate from Glasgow
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Your sig made me laugh.
Likewise, your username captivating :awesome:

Edit: so captivating that I missed out a word
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Birmingham has 4 - BCU, Aston, Uni of Birmingham and university college Birmingham. I don't know about university college Birmingham but BCU Aston and Uni of Bham all have campuses pretty close together.
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London has around 22 universities, probably around 50 if you count the specialist ones.
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If we're doing that then the UEA campus on Liverpool St. is another for London

Separately, St. George's uni which is in Tooting another one for London?
Coventry University has a London campus

http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/LondonCampus/Pages/Home.aspx

So does the University of Notre Dame (the fighting Irish)

http://nd.edu/~ndlondon/

and NYU

http://www.nyu.edu/global/london/campus/index.htm

not forgetting Sunderland

http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/londoncampus/

and University of Wales Trinity St Davids

http://www.tsdlondon.ac.uk/en/londoncampus/

and of course Cumbria

http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/AboutUs/Con...ps/London.aspx
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does bristol have a few?
Only 2 the two; University of Bristol and UWE.
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London probably has the most, Greater Manchester has four (UoM, MMU, Salford and Bolton).
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Two West of Scotland campuses too if you count both Paisley and Hamilton!
Glasgow also has the RSAMD and Glasgow School of Art. There's actually quite a few here and I'd never really thought about it.
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Glasgow also has the RSAMD and Glasgow School of Art. There's actually quite a few here and I'd never really thought about it.
Oh, good point :yep:
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does bristol have a few?
Two - Bristol and UWE.

Liverpool has three - Uni of, John Moores and Hope.
Manchester has several - Uni of, MMU, Salford, RNCM and you could also count Bolton, which is in Greater Manchester, about 15 miles from the centre.
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Liverpool has at least 3 (Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores, Liverpool Hope), Birmingham has at least 3 (Birmingham, Aston, Birmingham City) and London has about 19 I think.
Edit; London has loads really
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Most people say here that Birmingham has 3/4 Universities, technically that's correct if you're following along lines of Birmingham which are quite small and most people travel across these lines like there's no lines everyday. However, if you follow West Midlands county which are pretty much limit for most people living in West Midlands due to transport differences between outside and inside county.

There are 7/6 universities in west Midlands county.
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