Sex poll low for UAL
Monogamy, chastity, or dedication to their studies – whatever the reason, students at University of the Arts London are not promiscuous, according to studentbeans.com 2012 university sex survey.
With the average student having just 1.9 sexual partners since starting their studies, UAL ties with City University for third-last in the rankings of 101 institutions.
Bangor University seem to have taken their name quite literally, riding the top spot with 8.31 average, 2.5 more than closest rivals, Edinburgh's Heriot-Watt University.
At the opposite end of the table, the University of Essex's students average 1.15 partners, placing them last at 101st.
70 per cent of students at the University of the Arts London are female, which Student Beans claim could explain convent-level averages.
However, UAL ranks 32 places above Bangor in the Guardian's 2013 university league table, it may be that while they are busy being reproductive, UAL students are busy being productive.