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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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    Goldsmiths and UCL have been robbed
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    (Original post by yesmonica)
    Goldsmiths and UCL have been robbed
    But their injuries are not life-threatening and in the case of UCL nothing that plastic surgery couldn't fix.
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    (Original post by werato)
    Where is Stirling though?
    Scotland I believe.
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    This is an interesting poll.

    We have noticed there are lots of universities not included in this poll. So voting aside, we think Liverpool Hope has two beautiful campuses with award winning gardens :banana:






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    none of the above look at Reading that uni is stunning dow by the Metrogical block
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Update no. 1:

    Cambridge take an early lead after just 2 hours.:beard:

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    Which is a shame as Cambridge does not have a campus. Your candidates are severely flawed because they include universities without campuses.

    It's rather like asking which university offers the best veterinary science course and including Coventry and Oxford.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Which is a shame as Cambridge does not have a campus. Your candidates are severely flawed because they include universities without campuses.

    It's rather like asking which university offers the best veterinary science course and including Coventry and Oxford.
    Interesting use of the word your when they are not my candidates. The same query has been raised and I've responded to it in the thread. Thank you for your worthwhile contribution to this discussion.:hat2:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Interesting use of the word your when they are not my candidates. The same query has been raised and I've responded to it in the thread. Thank you for your worthwhile contribution to this discussion.:hat2:
    Presumably you are unwilling to take responsibility for deliberately posting inaccurate information (or fake news as it is increasingly called).
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Presumably you are unwilling to take responsibility for deliberately posting inaccurate information (or fake news as it is increasingly called).
    I think you're not taking this thread in the spirit that it was intended. You don't have to post here if you do not wish to.
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    I think you're not taking this thread in the spirit that it was intended. You don't have to post here if you do not wish to.
    Presumably that is the spirit of making TSR appear to be full of people who cannot tell what a campus is? Or who believe Oxford and Cambridge have campuses? Either way it does nothing for the reputation of TSR, does it? Have you noticed which two institutions have the most votes, by any chance?
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    (Original post by Liverpool Hope University)
    This is an interesting poll.

    We have noticed there are lots of universities not included in this poll. So voting aside, we think Liverpool Hope has two beautiful campuses with award winning gardens :banana:






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    Why thank you Ruth and Katie.:hat2:

    I've visited Hope a few times so I know how delightful it can be.

    Unfortunately there is a limit to the number of poll options available on a thread, so I just followed the ones that the article listed.

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    I may have plans for something bigger, similar sort of thing, for which you can be involved.:ninja:
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Presumably that is the spirit of making TSR appear to be full of people who cannot tell what a campus is? Or who believe Oxford and Cambridge have campuses? Either way it does nothing for the reputation of TSR, does it? Have you noticed which two institutions have the most votes, by any chance?
    Have you noticed the leader-board I was posting with that exact information, by any chance?

    This is Educational debate, the thread was intended as a bit of fun, to see if the good people of TSR had a different opinion to those who voted in the poll in the article. If you don't like it, you don't need to post.
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    I voted St Andrews. Beside the sea, near Dundee and Edinburgh, Feels homely and not too big
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    Coventry
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    This is Educational debate, the thread was intended as a bit of fun
    Make your mind up. Either it is educational, in which case accuracy is all-important, or it is fun (with accuracy not important), in which case it should be in a place other than the education debate forum.

    I suggest you move it to Chat.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Make your mind up. Either it is educational, in which case accuracy is all-important, or it is fun (with accuracy not important), in which case it should be in a place other than the education debate forum.

    I suggest you move it to Chat.
    :lol:

    Educational debate is debate about education, not debate intended on being educational.

    This thread will have been moved by now if there was an issue.
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Educational debate is debate about education, not debate intended on being educational.
    This is not a debate about education. It is about the aesthetics of buildings.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    This is not a debate about education. It is about the aesthetics of buildings.
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Have you noticed the leader-board I was posting with that exact information, by any chance?

    This is Educational debate, the thread was intended as a bit of fun, to see if the good people of TSR had a different opinion to those who voted in the poll in the article. If you don't like it, you don't need to post.
    No need to defend yourself.

    Any sensible person will understand that the definition of campus is just the grounds/buildings of a university. As mentioned before, if we eliminated any that were not an exclusive, all enclosed, dedicated sole space, there wouldn't be an interesting poll in the first place due to lack of universities that would meet the criteria.
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    (Original post by J-SP)
    No need to defend yourself.

    Any sensible person will understand that the definition of campus is just the grounds/buildings of a university. As mentioned before, if we eliminated any that were not an exclusive, all enclosed, dedicated sole space, there wouldn't be an interesting poll in the first place due to lack of universities that would meet the criteria.
    :yy:

    I think I've got plans for something more substantial than this in the future. Gonna need to let this one fizzle out first though...
 
 
 
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