The stingiest Russell Group unis, officially ranked

Not everyone’s getting their nine grand’s worth

Ever feel like your uni's being a bit…stingy? When it's impossible to get a seat in the library and every halls is dilapidated, that feeling is hard to escape.

Well, what are they actually spending on you?

The Guardian's 2020 university rankings scored unis out of 10 for spending per student.

It turns out that Exeter and Sheffield are spending the least on their students.

Meanwhile, Oxford and Cambridge lavish anyone lucky enough to get a place with untold resources.

The Tab has broken down the data for the prestigious Russell Group to find out who's splashing the cash and who's pinching pennies.

Find out how stingy your uni is below:

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