We found the 10 Coolest University Campuses in the World (and we’re seriously considering transferring)


We all must admit that we have this love-hate relationship with our college life.  Surely, going to a cool university might make it a little more love, than hate. With that in mind, check out these ten coolest university campuses of the world. And yes, next time you’re in a hate low you with your school, you can seriously consider transferring your credits to one of these awesome places!



Flagler College, Florida


This coastal campus is located in St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest city in the United States. Here you can study and vacation literally at the same time!


Trinity College, Dublin


Modelled after the grand collegiate universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Trinity College was founded in 1592 and is one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. The college features 25 different schools. The Library of Trinity College has more than 6.2 million printed volumes of manuscripts, maps and music.


The University of the South Tennessee,Tennessee


This private, residential liberal arts college is owned by 28 southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church, hence the grandiose All Saints’ Chapel. The university sweeps 13,000 acres on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau.


Queen’s University, Ireland


The Lanyon Building is noted as one of the most recognizable landmarks at Queen’s University; however, the campus houses more than 250 buildings that resemble this gorgeous Gothic and Medieval style.


Singapore University of Technology & Design, Singapore


Study at one of the world’s leading technology schools while soaking up the lifestyle in the lively (and green) city-state of Singapore. With a fusion of cultures from Eastern and Western traditions, you will surely have an unforgettable, enriching experience.

Princeton University, New Jersey


The prestigious Ivy League university was founded in 1746 and is the fourth oldest higher-education institution in the U.S. The main campus sits on approximately 500 acres and incorporates a variety of architectural styles, ranging from High Victorian Gothic to Romanesque Revival.


University of Salamanca, Spain


Founded in 1134, the school is the oldest university in Spain and the third oldest university in the world. The historic town is located west of Spain, between Castilla and León. Although modern renovations have occurred since, the majority of structures still mirror the 2,000-year-old style of Salmantica.


Cornell University, New York


The main campus covers 745 acres overlooking the town of Itaca and Cayuga Lake. If city life is more your style, don’t fret — they have a campus in NYC and even a medical campus in Education City, Qatar.


University of Colorado at Boulder


The building has a very distinct architectural style known as Tuscan Vernacular Revival. Take a hike up the Flatiron mountains and, from above, the school resembles a small Italian town with red-tiled roofs and Indiana limestone trim.


Royal Roads University, British Columbia


Royal Roads University is more than just a pretty castle, but the Hatley Park National Historic Site is pretty incredible with 642 acres of vibrant greenery and spectacular views of the exotic Japanese Garden.


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