A university set up in the Scottish capital city of Edinburgh to accept students who were not able to obtain the qualifications necessary to get into Heriot-Watt University or Telford College.
One of the oldest educational establishments in Scotland, Edinburgh University is unique in it's ruling that all students must be in possession of a large trust fund paid for by a familial benefactor or mysterious "uncle", thus enabling the students able to lord it over everyone else without having an iota of common sense or self awareness.
Rupert and Tarquin did not do well in their exams, it looks like Edinburgh University for them.
作者 Charnock Richard 2014年1月13日

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