Website analysis by adult toy brand www.Ricky.com revealed which universities house the students who splurge the most on sex toys.
The team found St Andrews in Scotland top the list with an average basket spend of £154.
The University of Birmingham was ranked second, closely followed by Durham University and then the University of Manchester.
Reading University came fifth followed by the University of Liverpool, both with an average basket spend of £99.
The average basket spend for the University of the Arts London, Plymouth University and the University of Nottingham was £98.
London Metropolitan University was bottom of the list with an average spend of £97.
Tracey Coates, Sexual Wellness Expert at www.Ricky.com, said: “We ultimately wanted to uncover where is home to the nation’s horniest students, and what better way to do that than to delve into our sales data to find out which of Britain’s universities spend the most on sex toys!
“It’s promising to see that students are becoming more environmentally conscious, and we’ve seen this have a direct impact on our sales with many opting for rechargeable toys as opposed to battery-operated ones.
“Who knew we could do our bit for climate change through getting frisky?”
A survey that ran alongside the sales data found more than two thirds of students polled (67 percent) admitted they have splurged more on sex toys this past year.
When asked why they are spending more, ‘environmental consciousness’ (81 percent) topped the list.
Students are opting for rechargeable over battery-operated toys, whilst ‘being away from home’ (62 percent) was the next most popular response given.
The data also found most students purchased three toys per order on average.
The largest student order was for £800 worth of remote-control vibrators from the University of Nottingham.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK