The University today
The UoM has eight campuses and a multitude of independent buildings all over the metropolis and outside, with the Main Campus located near the Palace of the Ruby Hall. While the UoM's Audimax is there, these facilities mostly serve administrative purposes.
The UoM offers a wide variety of subjects to study, from the Seven Classic Arts of Theology, Law, Medicine, Mathematics, Astronomy, Music and History, to more modern subjects like Physics, Chemistry or Agricultural Sciences.
Famous students, teachers and alumni
University Clubs and Sports Teams
University of Megido Mounted Falconry Team
The Swimmer Team is one of the points of pride of the UoM and its students, scoring very good on national events and "quite well" on international events. They have long-standing rivalries with the swimmer teams of the University of Fortham and the University of Zieselhaven, which reciprocate in kind.
The current Captain is Princess Fara bint-Dardan, Alya Eawairae being one of the Lieutenants.
- Captain: Princess Fara bint-Dardan.
- Backstroke, Men: Ilia Zahf.
- Backstroke, Women:
- Alya Eawairae.
- Aurelia Farasha.
- Breaststroke, Men:
- Breaststroke, Women: Alya Eawairae.
- Alya Eawairae.
- Princess Fara bint-Dardan.
- Freestyle, Men:
- Freestyle, Women: Aurelia Farasha.
- Butterfly, Men:
- Butterfly, Women: Princess Fara bint-Dardan.
- Reserve and Junior Team:
University of Megido Sensha-Do Team
In 2023, the University of Megido refounded its Sensha-Do Team, all under the patronage of Princess Fara bint-Dardan and her father, Dardan, Ilkhan of Megido. The team, the Mushusshi or Sand Wyverns, went defunct in 1971. The Team uses Kyrenaian-made equipment.
In 2024, upon her starting to attend university, Samira Tanqulia joined the Team. Until her graduation in 2030, she was part of it.