Uni really is the best time of your life for experimentation, in all the possible meanings of the word.

Whether you’re learning new things in your degree, perfecting a new sport you’ve taken up or trying new substances on nights out, your undergrad life is really a time where all things seem possible. And that extends to the bedroom.

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 do it up the bum.

At the time of writing we’d had responses from 1552 students telling us whether they have anal sex or not, and we’ve used this data to put together the most definitive and pointless league table yet – which unis are doing the most anal?

85. – Goldsmiths University – 0%

85. University of Westminster – 0%

83. Durham University – 15%

82. St Mary’s University – 20%

81. University of Aberdeen – 25%

80. University of Gloucestershire – 29%

79. Falmouth University

79. Manchester Metropolitan University – 33%

79. Queen’s University Belfast – 33%

76. University of Cambridge – 36%

76. University of Exeter – 36%

74. University of Southampton – 38%

73. University of Bath – 39%

72. Bournemouth University – 40%

72. Buckinghamshire New University – 40%

72. Teesside University – 40%

69. University of Plymouth – 41%

69. University of Reading – 41%

67. Newcastle University – 43%

67. Southampton Solent University – 43%

67. University of Nottingham – 43%

67. University of Sheffield – 43%

63. Heriot-Watt University – 45%

63. University College London – 45%

61. Bangor University – 46%

61. Nottingham Trent University – 46%

61. Sheffield Hallam University – 46%

61. University of Glasgow – 46%

57. University of Liverpool – 49%

56. Aston University – 50%

56. Brunel University – 50%

56. King’s College London – 50%

56. Lancaster University – 50%

56. University of Hertfordshire – 50%

56. University of Hull – 50%

56. University of Oxford – 50%

56. University of Warwick – 50%

56. York St John University – 50%

47. Swansea University – 52%

46. University of Edinburgh – 53%

46. University of Manchester – 53%

46. University of Strathclyde – 53%

46. University of Surrey – 53%

42. Loughborough University – 54%

41. University of Bristol – 55%

41. University of Kent – 55%

41. University of Leeds – 55%

38. University of Salford – 56%

37. Aberystwyth University – 57%

37. Harper Adams University – 57%

37. University of Essex – 57%

37. University of Sunderland – 57%

33. University of Sussex – 59%

32. De Montfort University – 60%

31. Canterbury Christ Church University – 61%

31. Cardiff University – 61%

31. University of York – 61%

28. Glasgow Caledonian University – 62%

28. Imperial College London – 62%

28. University of Brighton – 62%

25. Birmingham City University – 64%

24. University of Portsmouth – 65%

24. University of the West of England – 65%

22. Cardiff Metropolitan University – 66%

21. University of Stirling – 67%

20. University of Birmingham – 69%

20. University of South Wales – 69%

20. University of St Andrews – 69%

17. Edinburgh Napier University – 70%

16. Edge Hill University – 71%

16. Northumbria University – 71%

14. Leeds Beckett University – 72%

14. Oxford Brookes University – 72%

12. Coventry University – 74%

11. 75% – Bath Spa University – 75%

11. 75% – London South Bank University – 75%

9. Anglia Ruskin University – 77%

8. Keele University – 78%

7. University of Derby – 79%

6. Kingston University – 80%

5. University of the Arts London – 83%

4. University of Leicester – 89%

3. University of Winchester – 92%

1. Abertay University – 100%

1. University of Huddersfield – 100%