The unis where the most students have cheated – revealed

Uni is a time for entering into new relationships, exploring your sexuality and making the most of being around a whole host of like-minded people who are your own age.

While that often results in love being in the air and new relationships blossoming, it also results in people engaging in a bit of love outside of their relationship. Yep, at uni a whole lot of cheating goes on.

Over the last few weeks we’ve been getting a ton of responses in to our sex survey, which you’ve filled in telling us all sorts of things about your sex lives at uni. Including how many of you have been less than faithful to your significant other.

At the time of writing we’d had responses from 1558 students telling us whether they have cheated, and we’ve used the data to put together this definitive list of the unis with the most cheaters.

88. Bournemouth University – 0%

87. Goldsmiths – 0%

86. London South Bank University – 0%

85. University of Chester – 0%

84. University of Leicester – 0%

83. University of The Arts London – 0%

82. University of Westminster – 0%

81. University of Hull – 6%

80. Bangor University – 7%

79. University of Winchester – 8%

78. University College London- 9%

77. Anglia Ruskin University – 11%

76. University of Southampton – 12%

75. University of Sussex – 12%

74. Aberystwyth University – 13%

73. Bath Spa University – 13%

72. King’s College London – 13%

71. Newcastle University – 13%

70. University of Central Lancashire – 13%

69. University of Essex – 13%

68. University of Exeter – 13%

67. Birmingham City University – 14%

66. Oxford Brookes University – 14%

65. Staffordshire University – 14%

64. University of Bath – 14%

63. University of Plymouth – 14%

62. University of Sheffield – 14%

61. University of Sunderland – 14%

60. University of Warwick – 14%

59. Imperial College London – 15%

58. Loughborough University – 15%

57. University of Nottingham – 16%

56. Coventry University – 17%

55. Sheffield Hallam University – 17%

54. University of Birmingham – 17%

53. De Montfort University – 18%

52. Manchester Metropolitan University – 18%

51. University of Portsmouth – 18%

50. University of Reading – 18%

49. Buckinghamshire University – 20%

48. Kingston University – 20%

47. Royal Holloway – 20%

46. University of Bristol – 20%

45. University of Gloucestershire – 20%

44. University of Hertfordshire – 20%

43. University of Manchester – 20%

42. Edinburgh Napier University – 21%

41. University of Derby – 21%

40. University of Strathclyde – 21%

39. Keele University – 22%

38. Leeds Beckett University – 22%

37.University of Stirling – 22%

36. Durham University – 23%

35. Swansea University – 23%

34. University of Brighton – 23%

33. University of Lincoln – 23%

32. University of the West of England – 23%

31. Glasgow Caledonian University – 25%

30. Lancaster University – 25%

29. University of Greenwich – 25%

28. University of Edinburgh – 26%

27. University of Leeds – 26%

26. University of Liverpool – 26%

25. University of Cambridge – 27%

24. Teesside University – 28%

23. University of Salford – 28%

22. Cardiff University – 29%

21. Harper Adams University – 29%

20. Queen’s University Belfast – 29%

19. University of York – 30%

18. Canterbury Christ Church University – 31%

17. University of Glasgow – 31%

16. University of Oxford – 31%

15. Brunel University – 33%

14. Edge Hill University – 33%

13. Ulster University – 33%

12. University of Northampton – 33%

11. University of South Wales – 33%

10. Northumbria University – 33%

9. University of Kent – 34%

8. Nottingham Trent University – 37%

7. University of St Andrews – 38%

6. Abertray University – 40%

5. Aston University – 40%

4. University of Surrey – 40%

3. University of Huddersfield – 43%

2. Cardiff Metropolitan University – 50%

1. Heriot-Watt University – 55%

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