Revealed: The gender ratio at each university
Too many man
King’s College London and Stirling have the biggest gender gap in the country – where almost two thirds of students are girls.
Leeds, Oxford Brookes and UEA come second, with only 40 per cent boys.
Sticking to the stereotype, Loughborough is male dominated with 63 per cent boys and just 37 per cent girls.
New figures from the Higher Education Statistic Agency show the girl boy split at each university.
The Oxbridge unis both have a higher percentages of boys, with Cambridge having 54 per cent boys compared to Oxford’s 52.