University of Cambridge, UK.
Established in the early 13th Century, Cambridge is regarded as very beautiful, and also one of the best universities in the world. The most famous building at Cambridge, King’s College Chapel, is a great example of Gothic architecture.
University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Set against the unique background of natural South Africa, Cape Town University is the second oldest university in Africa. The main campus area is located near the slopes of Devil’s Peak, with the mountains looming ominously above the main buildings. There are also lions on campus. Maybe.
Moscow State Building, Russia.
The statuesque main building of Moscow State stands apart from the rest. Its stately features are reflected in a pool at its base—though relatively young, the university is still a striking feature of Moscow, along with the bears.
University of Otago, New Zealand
Situated in the already picturesque New Zealand, this university’s campus simply builds off of the natural beauty around it. The buildings combine both the old and new while blending seamlessly with the green spaces and the Leith River winding through the heart of campus. It also has lovely blossoms, as you can see.
The Queens University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
The face of the university, the Lanyon Building, was built in 1849 in the Tudor Gothic style. Though not all of the university buildings adhere to this aesthetic, the red brick provides a warm welcome to all those who visit.
Xiamen University, China.
Situated by the Xiamen Bay, the campus backs up into the foothills of green mountains. Serene views and a mix of modern and classic Chinese architecture greet visitors to the campus, which is one of the main tourist attractions in Xiamen. Which is in the southeast of China.