Located in a picturesque rural campus in Staffordshire, Keele University benefits not just from the scenery but also from Keele Hall, a stately home on the outskirts of Newcastle-under-Lyme which once housed the Sneyd.
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The University of Warwick's campus' newest constructions such as the Zeeman Building here – named in honour of a Japanese-born mathematician who helped to pioneer "knot theory" – thrive in their expansive green campus setting.
A boat is punted past a Cambridge college. Visitors often particularly admire King's College Chapel and the picturesque river area known as the "backs", pictured (its name comes from the fact many colleges back onto the river).
Part of the University of London, Royal Holloway in Surrey is dominated by an elaborate red-brick building modelled on the Château de Chambord in France. The building was originally home to a women-only college, and sits within 136 acres of woodland.
One of Scotland's vaunted "Ancient" universities, Glasgow University boasts many fine buildings such as the Gilbert Scott building – the second-largest example of Gothic revival architecture in Britain after the Palace of Westminster.
Sir Basil Spence's modernist Falmer Building in the University of Sussex may not be to everyone's taste, but even traditionalists would surely be placated by the surrounding views of the South Downs National Park.