I did it in the states on the east coast at a university (not college) so that should narrow it down to approximately 2 or 3. Yes, I went to a tacky “new world” school, not one of the undeniably classier universities across the pond.
Ohai, I do agree that professional philosophers have a pretty cushy lifestyle, although the do tend to be plagued by emotional and mental peculiarities that lead to lack of hygene and/or extensive bouts of depression. Also, the Eastern European ones are required to smoke.
While the lifestyle is cushy, the pressure to solve life’s riddles is huge and the job outlook is dismal. There are a great deal of unemployed philosphers. I may start a headhunting agency.