Warwick University has an even split of both male and female students

Girlies unite

Everyone knows that the best part about university is the friends you’ll make along the way – and not the degrees you’ll (obviously) work so hard for.

So, who do you spend your time with? The lads down at the pub, racing to finish their pints whilst watching the game? Or is it with the girlies at a very pink and bubbly Hart + CO brunch?

Well, a new study by The Times Higher Education World Uni Rankings has revealed that exactly 50 percent of all Warwick students are female.

It appears that for us Warwick students, we’re an exact split down the middle.

However, please note that this study does not appear to acknowledge those who identify as non-binary or gender fluid.

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