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10 of the best university buildings in the world

10 of the most beautiful university buildings in the world

What’s the #BestHEbuilding? We asked our Times Higher Education Twitter followers to nominate their favourites. We’ve already looked at 10 of the most beautiful university buildings in the UK, but here are our international contenders.

Once again, they are in no particular order - we just wanted to show off some of the great pictures that you have been sending our way.

10. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA (Simmons Hall)

 

9. University of Technology Sydney, Australia (Dr Chau Chak Wing)

 

8. Jagiellonian University, Poland (Collegium Maius)

 

7. University of Tampa, USA (Plant Hall)

 

6. University of Queensland, Australia (Advanced Engineering Building)

 

5. Technische Universität Wien, Austria (main building)

 

4. Nyenrode Business Universiteit, Netherlands (Castle of Nyenrode)

 

3. University of Chicago, USA (Mansueto Library)

 

2. University of South Carolina , USA (Darla Moore School of Business)

 

1. The Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico (Biblioteca Central)

 

What is your favourite university building? Tweet us @timeshighered using the #BestHEbuilding hashtag!

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  • Number one may well be the *smallest* university building in the world (it's actually a model!). And hello Martha!

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