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Swiping right on Tinder: Where does your uni rank?

Swiping right on Tinder: Where does your uni rank?
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Data collected by Tinder shows that London unis have the most students who have been swiped right on the app.

As you lie dying from your mega hangover after the night before, you’ll probably be about to reach over for your phone and flick through a couple of Tinder profiles (after reading this, of course…). But are you in the best location to be swiped right?

A study released on Monday by Vice shows the universities that had the most right-swiped males and the most right swiped females.

Topping the tables for the male population were:

1) University of London
2)University of Oxford
3) University of Brighton
4) University of Leeds
5) University of Cardiff
6) University of Sheffield
7) University of Cambridge
8) University of Manchester
9) University of Bristol
10) University of Nottingham

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Topping the tables for women:

1) University of London
2) University of Leeds
3) University of Cambridge
4) University of Cardiff
5) University of Bristol
6) University of Sheffield
7) University of Birmingham
8) University of Manchester
9) University of Oxford
10) University of Liverpool

The app, which was first released on campuses in the USA, has changed the dating scene and is now one of the most used online dating sites of all time.

It seems that if you’re looking to score a date, you’re going to need to get yourself over to London-Town for the best chances. Maybe your Prince Charming will be waiting for you in a cafe in Brixton. Or maybe the girl of your dreams is walking down Southbank right now.

The results, however, are a little unfair. The University of London actually makes up most of the universities across the capital (there’s 18 of them!), from Royal Holloway to engineering giant UCL.

This means that the number of London undergrads totals almost 100,000. They’re bound to get more right swipes than Oxford’s 22,000 student population, right?

@hollesmith

Holly Smith Editor

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