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    Uni of Royal Holloway = so so gorgeous --- though somehow it reminds me of that school in Harry Potter :awesome:
    Shame they don't do medicine.
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    trinity college of music
    www.tcm.ac.uk
    best.
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    I'll see your Derby and raise you a UWE.



    Wish I could find a better image, all the ones I can find on Google are the ones that the university has doctored to look nice.

    Realistically, I think that the American universities completely trounce ours in looks. Harvard and Brown look fantastic.
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    (Original post by Kinsula)
    What the HELL
    I posted that on another thread then thought I copied the link for picture of University of Venice. Except that got posted must have not done it right.
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    (Original post by Hippysnake)
    (Notts is actually my top choice, strangely enough.)
    It's not strange It's normal, perfectly normal :awesome:
    We scored higher than UCL in the Telegraph back in '03 ...
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    (Original post by Craig_D)
    It's not strange It's normal, perfectly normal :awesome:
    We scored higher than UCL in the Telegraph back in '03 ...
    Cor blimey!

    SOLD!
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    I agree with the OP. :love:
    I love living in that building. :p:
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    College de Valleyfield is in Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada.
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    (Original post by Playboy King)
    I'm into the modern contemporary look and as far as that goes, there's no university better looking than the university of copenhagen. I visited it once and it was like I'm in the year 2030 or something, so futuristic...the buildings are just all glass and steel with the most amazing combinations of lights, just simply amazing!
    I am loving this picture though. Fantastic.
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    (Original post by Aeterna)
    I'm going to go for Royal Holloway:

    Ive been there several times, and apart from that one building (beautiful though it may be), most of the campus is kind of crappy. :p:

    I will vote for one of the Oxbridge's colleges, Durham or Exeter.
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    UC Berkeley, tbh. My cousin who goes there showed me around it when i went to america and it is soo nice, plus they have underground campus police, how cool is that :coma:
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    Stanford University wins out, I think




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    College de Valleyfield is in Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada.
    This! :eek3:
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    Stanford University wins out, I think




    wtf?? is this stanford uni?? it looks like a small mansion
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    I think Laban is beautiful - although not strictly a university



    Princeton



    Harvard is my favourite though :o:
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    Gothic architecture is overdone and often dull. :yawn:
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    (Original post by a.posteriori)
    Gothic architecture is overdone and often dull. :yawn:
    ....





    better?
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    (Original post by a.posteriori)
    Stanford University wins out, I think




    No way, Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA) looks much nicer.



    Although the College de Valleyfield looks awesome.
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    College de Valleyfield is in Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada.
    oh my god :coma:
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