New Delhi: A new survey by a British Website has established a roll-of-honour of sorts of universities in UK where students have most number of sexual partners throughout their degree course.
Daily Mirror reported that among universities in UK, University Of Brighton tops the charts as far as the number of 'sexual partners per student' is concerned.
The university clocked a whopping 10.50 rating (sexual partners per student) on the survey conducted by money-saving website - Studentbeans.
Having stood 20th in the same survey last year, the students at Brighton it seems hit the sack with vengeance this time around and leapfrogged over their competitors to emerge toppers.
University of Chester (9.94 partners per student) and Liverpool Hope University (9.57 partners per student) emerged as the first and second runners-up respectively in the "2014 University Sex League" (USL).
The fourth and fifth position on the USL were bagged by Southampton Solent University (8.63) and Queen Mary University of London (7.93).
In the 2013 USL, University of Roehampton had topped the charts with a rating of 6.32 sexual partners per student.
The site conducted an online survey among 6,650 students of different UK universities.