Here are the 10 colleges in Ireland with the most Sugar Babies 5 years ago

Here are the 10 colleges in Ireland with the most Sugar Babies

Thousands of Irish students have signed up to a matchmaking site to have a debt-free graduation. is known as a 'Sugar Daddy' dating site and it reportedly has 10,000 Irish students that are signed up to its service.


'Sugar Babies', as they're known, get to "enjoy a life of luxury by being pampered with fine dinners, exotic trips and allowances" and in return have to spend time with the Sugar Daddies or Mommas.

According to Dublin Live, the site has released information about the fastest growing Sugar Baby colleges in Ireland and it was Trinity College that came out on top.

Trinity saw 72 new people signing up in 2016, bringing the total number of members to 585.

It was closely followed by Dublin City University, where 71 people signed up last year and has 568 members altogether.


Other universities with the highest amount of Sugar Babies are NUI Galway, with 474, University College Cork, with 571, and University of Limerick, with 512.

Most students have signed up to deal with the cost of going to college in Ireland. CEO Brandon Wade said: "Our site has helped facilitate hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of arrangements that have helped students graduate debt-free. That’s more than anyone can say of any particular government party."

Here is the breakdown of the top 10:

1. Trinity College Dublin, — 72 new sign-ups in 2016, 585 in total.


2. Dublin City University — 71 new sign-ups, 568 in total.

3. NUI Galway — 70 new sign-ups, 474 in total.

4. University College Cork — 68 new sign-ups, 571 in total.

5. University of Limerick — 67 new sign-ups, 512 in total.


6. Cork Institute of Technology — 64 new sign-ups, 423 in total.

7. University College Dublin — 60 new sign-ups, 601 total.

8. Dublin Institute of Technology - 57 new sign-ups, 581 in total.

9. Limerick Institute of Technology - 51 new sign-ups, 373 in total.

10. Waterford Institute of Technology - 50 new sign-ups, 341 in total.