If you're heading to university this year - or you're just about to start writing your UCAS form - we know where your priorities lie.
Yes, you want to go to an establishment that's good for your chosen course - but it's also important to get the sports side of things right.
I picked my university because it had a surfer on the brochure cover - and it worked out totally fine.
For Surfing: Falmouth University
Despite the less consistent swell on the south coast of Cornwall, it's just a short drive from some sweet breaks including the reef at Gyllyngvase Beach and the popular Porthtowan and Porthleven.
Looking for female surf pals? Get on the Surf Senioritas Facebook Group for starters.
For Skiing & Snowboarding: University Of Glasgow
With over 500 skiers and snowboarders in the Glasgow University Snowsports Club, you can be sure there will be plenty of like-minded shredders join forces with - and enjoy the annual trip to the Alps.
For Skateboarding: University of Bristol
Bristol is well-known for having a buzzing skate scene.
With at least seven skate parks in the city, it makes it one of the most skate-friendly metropolis in the United Kingdom.
You'll be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't like skating on Bristol University campus.
After all, skaters have dominated the city since the 1970s - hear the full story here.
Looking for a female crew to get involved with? Check out the ladies from Rokeo Skate.
For Climbers: University of Sheffield
Sheffield is often said to be the home of climbing in the UK.
Perched on the edge of the Peak District, there are a good number of decent climbing walls within walking distance of campus.
For outdoor climbing, you've got Millstone, Lawrencefield, Burbage, Stanage, Rivelin, Higgar Tor, Froggatt all on your doorstep. What more can we say?
For Mountain Biking: University of Edinburgh/Herriot-Watt
Both universities have strong mountain biking clubs, so you won't be short of riding buddies.
For Team Sports: Loughborough University
Everyone knows that Loughborough is the sportiest uni in the country.
They regularly dominate university championships when it comes to competitive sports, so if that's what you're into then Loughborough is definitely for you.
Sixteen of the 31 British medallists at the Athens Olympics went to Loughborough University and its students won more medals in the 2006 Commonwealth Games than 32 countries, according to The Independent.
It's also rumoured to have the best-looking students - never a bad thing!
For Hikings/Outdoors: University of Bangor
You can even study Sports Science here specialising in Outdoor Activities. The new Surf Snowdonia has opened up nearby as well, so you will literally never be short of ways to enjoy your time at uni.