Most Breathtaking College Campuses From All Over the World

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Take a tour of the most beautiful towers, castles, and converted hotels where everyone dreams of studying! Check out Most Breathtaking College Campuses From All Over the World:

1. University of Notre Dame, Idaho, USA

The University of Notre Dame contains landmarks such as the famous Golden Dome, featured above. It is ranked as one of the top universities and research institutions in the States.

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2. University of Santo Tomas, Philippines

Located in the very heart of Manila, the University of Santo Tomas is the oldest existing university in the whole of Asia.

3. Berry College, Georgia, USA

This liberal arts college opens parts of its sweeping grounds to the public for activities such as hiking and horseback riding. In addition to being beautiful, the grounds also host a deer population.

4. University of Otago, New Zealand

This university has it all: gorgeous buildings like the neo-gothic tower pictured above, and plenty of natural beauty including surrounding gardens and an adjacent river.

5. University of Bologna, Italy

The oldest university in the world, Bologna is filled with stunning archways and rows of columns dating all the way back to 1088.

6. Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

Founded by Queen Victoria, this university in Belfast has over 300 buildings and includes several Nobel prize winners amongst its alumni.

7. Moscow State University, Russia

The main tower of Moscow State University is 36 floors high and is reflected in the pool at its base. The building boasts a concert hall, theatre, museum, and swimming pool.

8. University of Glasgow, Scotland

Already pretty imposing, these gothic buildings look even more archaic and impressive against the predominantly gray backdrop of Scotland.

9. Royal Roads University, Canada

Originally a military college, this university is closely tied to the Candian Forces and has a museum of its military history on campus.

10. American University in Cairo, Egypt

This English-language university offers “American-style” studies, although its student body boasts representation from over a hundred countries.

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