The UK’s Best and Worst Universities for Student Sexual Health Services
Do all universities offer the same dedicated support and advice for students when it comes to their sexual health? In a bid to get students more aware of the services on offer to them, we’ve taken a look at the universities providing the best (and worst) sexual health clinics and services.
Click on the map to reveal the best and worst universities and scroll below to see the full table of results. Tap on the map to reveal the best and worst universities and scroll below to see the full table of results.
We analysed the UK's top 50 universities according to total number of students. Each university was been scored on their sexual health facilities across 4 main metrics: Website (use/quality/visibility of relevant pages in search engine results and on university website), Hours (opening hours of facilities during weekends, evenings and weekdays), Accessibility (whether facilities offer drop-ins or are appointment only) and Location (whether facilities are based on or off campus). When main facilities were based off-campus, scoring for 'Hours' and 'Accessibility' were based on the nearest service to the university. In cases of tied scores, the university that was first alphabetically was ranked higher.