These are the uni cities where students spend the most on takeaways
Canterbury students have their priorities straight
One of the saddest and equally painful truths about full-fledged adulthood is that over 60 per cent of free time is spent either buying groceries, washing dishes, or trying to prepare three balanced meals every single day.
At first, it may feel fun to make a whole event out of cooking with flatmates but, soon enough, the novelty wears off and you quickly find yourself wondering whether humans can survive on canned goods alone.
Sadly though, spaghetti hoops don’t feature high in the list of common cravings which is probably why, according to NatWest’s Student Living Index, students spend around a third of their monthly grocery budget on takeaways.
On average, students spend £20 every month on takeaways
Those studying in Canterbury spend the most on takeaways whilst students in Exeter spend the least.
Here’s the full breakdown: