Check out the unis who take the lowest amount of state school students

Just put your name as Hugo on your UCAS and they’ll let you in

Finally, a rankings where Oxford Brookes makes the top 20. Unfortunately, that ranking is one of the unis who let in the lowest amount of state school students.

The Sunday Times has compiled the unis with the lowest percentage of students from non-selective state (that’s comprehensive) schools for its Good University Guide 2021.

Right where they should be in any good uni rankings, Oxford and Cambridge take the top two spots.

Anyone with a score of below 50 takes over half of its students from grammar and private schools.

Warwick will be devastated at being less posh than Exeter, while Royal Agricultural Uni – the place you go if you’re posh and love farming – also features on the list.

Coming in with a very nice 69 per cent is Leeds.

Does your uni feature in the list? Check out the table below:

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