Talk:Royal Veterinary College
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Forgetting the Hawkshead Campus?
The college is divided into two campusses, one in Camden (North London) and one near Brookmans Park in Hertfordshire. This second campus is clinical and has some excellent aspects which need pointing out. Also, the Queen opened a new building there two or three years ago... several pictures out here would not go amiss. Zach Beauvais 23:51, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
In addition to the usual vet school categories this article is the only occupant of the 'Royal Vet College' category, which is itself a subcategory of Veterinary Schools anyway. This seems redundant unless it is going to be joined by other articles, so I suggest removing the category from the article. James 20:27, 12 November 2006 (UTC)
(I'm posting this to all articles on UK universities as so far discussion hasn't really taken off on Wikipedia:WikiProject Universities.)
There needs to be a broader convention about which university rankings to include in articles. Currently it seems most pages are listing primarily those that show the institution at its best (or worst in a few cases). See Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Universities#University ratings. Timrollpickering 00:13, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
This article is being edited by at least two users closely connected to the college (User:Ctrace and User:Nshort ), which has possible implications for the neutral point of view policy.--BelovedFreak 00:29, 28 April 2010 (UTC)