Being a student is a time for, amongst other things, experimenting with your style and finding out your own weird little fashion and lifestyle quirks.

Unsurprisingly, this often leads to uni students taking on sartorial and personal habits which fall neatly under the umbrella of ‘hipster’. But which is the most hipstery city in the UK?

Moving professionals MoveHub have devised a way to work out exactly that. They have developed a hipster index by taking into account the number of vegan eateries, coffee shops, tattoo studios, vintage boutiques, and record stores per 100,000 city residents. This has produced a score out of ten for each city, and they ranked cities the world over.

We’ve distilled the list into just being of UK cities for your reading pleasure. Read on to find out how edgy your city really is.

44. Luton – 1.3809

43. Bolton – 1.4737

42. Birmingham – 1.6086

41. Slough – 1.8238

40. Northampton – 2.4384

39. Swindon – 2.4594

38. Warrington – 2.5027

37. Bradford – 2.5437

36. Huddersfield – 2.5986

35. Stoke – 2.8171

34. Coventry – 2.8936

33. Derby – 2.9920

32. Peterborough – 3.0753

31. Wolverhampton – 3.1716

30. Reading – 3.1958

29. Leicester- 3.3698

28. Plymouth – 3.4183

27. Middlesborough – 3.4204

26. Aberdeen – 3.5379

25. Milton Keynes – 3.5436

24. Sunderland – 3.7356

23. London – 3.7832

22. Southampton – 3.8155

21. Hull – 3.8907

20. Poole – 4.0065

19. Southend – 4.2386

18. Portsmouth – 4.2519

17. Liverpool – 4.3821

16. Sheffield – 4.4039

15. Norwich – 4.5124

14. Bournemouth – 4.6633

13. Swansea – 4.7689

12. Leeds – 4.7780

11. Newcastle – 4.8009

10. Oxford – 5.1746

9. York – 5.3406

8. Nottingham – 5.3553

7. Cardiff – 5.4012

6. Bristol – 5.5288

5. Glasgow – 5.5759

4. Belfast – 5.6378

3. Edinburgh – 5.8367

2. Manchester – 5.9390

1. Brighton and Hove – 8.1632

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