These are the fittest unis in the UK
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A new dating app exclusively for privately educated people, Toffee Dating, has conducted a survey about university romances. Toffee Dating surveyed 4,000 students between 18 and 25 to find the most ‘swiped right universities’ in the whole of the UK creating a strong indicator of where the most attractive students study. University is a huge milestone in a young person’s life. For many students, it’s their first time living away from home, legally being allowed to drink. So, it is therefore understandable that, according to Toffee Dating’s survey, a majority of all students make friends for life during the studies as they grow as individuals and meet people of similar interest. The survey went on to claim that 81% of all university students use dating apps, with students spending 9 hours a week searching for term time flings or permanent loves. It is estimated that only 28% of students will fall in love whilst
studying and just 17% end up marrying their university sweetheart.
Toffee Dating has accumulated a list of the most attractive universities after investigating how many of their students are ‘swiped right.'
With Toffee Dating being purely for privately educated individuals, it may come as a surprise that neither Cambridge or Oxford make it onto the list. So, where do the most attractive students go to Uni?
10) UWE Bristol - 16.5K swipes
Notable alumni: Russell Howard, Bear Grylls and Miranda Hart
9) University of Nottingham - 17.2K swipes
Notable alumni: Theo James, Ruth Wilson and John Peel
8) University of Bath - 17.6K swipes
Notable alumni: Steve Borthwick, Ben Rushgrove and Samantha Murray
7) University of Leeds - 18.2K swipes
Notable alumni: Chris Pine, Alistair Brownlee, Holliday Grainger
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