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    University of Exeter
    160
    6.91%
    University of Sussex
    49
    2.12%
    Bangor University
    31
    1.34%
    Keele University
    78
    3.37%
    University of Nottingham
    229
    9.89%
    University of Bristol
    101
    4.36%
    University of Oxford
    454
    19.60%
    Royal Holloway, Uni of London
    153
    6.61%
    University of Cambridge
    614
    26.51%
    University of St Andrews
    127
    5.48%
    University of Birmingham
    179
    7.73%
    University of Aberdeen
    31
    1.34%
    University of Greenwich
    56
    2.42%
    Queen's University Belfast
    54
    2.33%

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    Excuse me but how is Sussex on that website's shortlist when Glasgow isn't?


    Uneducated fools. Anyhoo, I guess St Andrews is the way to go for this vote 'cause the sea is cool.
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    University of Birmingham all the way :love:

    Love and first sight for me!
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    University of London Institute in Paris :hand:
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    Lol people only vote cambridge based on its rankings 😂
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    Leader-Board after 18 days

    :king1: Cambridge - 241

    :king2: Oxford - 162

    :king3: Nottingham - 90

    4th Birmingham - 74
    5th Exeter - 56
    6th Royal Holloway - 52
    7th Bristol - 44
    =8th St Andrews - 36
    =8th Keele - 36
    10th Sussex - 22
    =11th Greenwich - 16
    =11th Queen's University Belfast - 16
    =13th Aberdeen - 13
    =13th Bangor - 13
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    if you're into greenery then exeter would be the best way to go. it's made up of rowling hills and its a workout walking up them but there's always a nice view at the top. both campuses (the ones acc based in exeter anyway) are pretty quaint, but homely
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    Winchester Uni isnt on there but i think the campus is beautiful, its quite high up on highland and the views from up there are amazing tooo
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    im surprised birmingham is up there, visited the uni at an open day - didn't think the campus was particularly beautiful tbh

    but don't get me wrong, it's a great uni.
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    I really ought to vote for my current uni (RHUL) but my vote has to go to my alma mater, Oxford :smartass:
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    Just want to say props to whoever didn't make Manchester an option cause the engineering campus is ugly as hell. (The uni is still great tho.)
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    everyone voting for Uo Oxbridge/Cambridge who don't even know what half the uni's on the list actually look like lol.
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    Cambridge definitely has my vote, and not because of Trinity College, or any popular college like that, but because Girton. It's an island of beauty among a sea of nature, I believe. Lots of hills though, but the scenery takes my vote!
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    Only one I've been to Is Cambridge and It was quite beautiful. But I think St Andrews and Oxford are great contenders.
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