The University of Exeter has been dedicated to discovery and changing lives through education since 1851 when the Exeter Schools of Art and Science were founded. In 1922 we became the University College of the South West, receiving our Charter in 1955, achieving full university status and becoming the University of Exeter.
We welcome over 30,000 students from more than 150 countries to our four friendly campuses: Streatham and St Luke’s in Exeter, Devon, and Penryn and Truro in Cornwall. Our locations offer environments that are inspiring, safe places where you will soon feel at home.
We offer a wide range of undergraduate, masters and research degrees across 40 subjects, taught by world-leading academics. We are one of the world’s Top 150 universities according to the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2022 and have a 5 Stars global rating from QS.
Our research is at the heart of what we do and is making a difference across the world. We unite expertise from across our academic disciplines, breaking down barriers to create innovative solutions to complex, global challenges.
The 2021 Research Excellence Framework showed that we are doing more research, of better quality, with a bigger impact on the world than ever before. Our world-leading research impact grew more than any other Russell Group university, more than 99% or our research was rated of international quality* and 12 of our subjects were in the Top 10 for world-leading impact.**
* Research rated 4* + 3* + 2* in REF 2021
** Based on ranking for 4* impact in REF 2021
Our students come from all kinds of backgrounds and have gone on to be politicians, pop stars, activists, scientists, entrepreneurs, judges, writers and more. We will help you gain the skills and experience to compete in the global job market or go on to Masters or PhD study – whichever you want to do.
Our degrees are designed to stimulate creativity, entrepreneurship, a global outlook, leadership, teamwork, analytical skills, resilience and imagination – all qualities employers are looking for. We offer a range of innovative employability programmes – run both in curriculum and extra-curricular, such as Grand Challenges, the Exeter Award and Professional Pathways and others.
Your health, safety and wellbeing is important and now more than ever you need to take care of yourself and look after your mental health. We have a wide range of wellbeing services and resources which are available in a safe and accessible way, including mental health support.
We offer a range of support services at all our campuses such as:
· Personal tutor
· Disability support
· Religious provision
· Impartial advice
· Emotional and mental health support
· Students’ Guild and SU student advice services
It’s important to have somewhere to call home when you go to university. Whether you want catered or self-catered, on or off campus, we have dedicated accommodation to suit you on all our campuses. Wherever you choose, living in university accommodation is a great way to expand your world by meeting people from different backgrounds and cultures, studying different subjects.
Our accommodation website for our Exeter campuses and Penryn Campus gives you full details of all our residences, and can guide you through how to choose where you want to live. We regularly update our accommodation blog with advice and stories about student living.
We have dedicated libraries on all our campuses, and our Streatham and Penryn libraries are open 24/7 during term time. We have 1.2million e-books and 1million print books across our campuses as well as thousands of other digital resources, and our collections are expanding all the time.
From the mobile app and student portal – where you can access your timetable, email, library account and much more – to our highspeed wired and wireless network across our campuses and halls of residence, we make sure you have all the IT support you need to succeed.
We offer a high-quality digital learning experience, providing the flexibility to study wherever you are.
The University of Exeter provides a Health Centre, students from overseas are encouraged to register to access NHS services during your time in the UK.
We’re lucky to have some of the most beautiful, green campuses in the UK, providing plenty of areas to socialise with friends and enjoy green landscapes and outside space.
The Streatham Campus, the University’s largest site in Exeter, is built around a country estate overlooking the city and is readily acknowledged as one of the most beautiful in the country.
St Luke's Campus is located on the east side of the city centre, just over a mile from Streatham Campus.
The Penryn Campus is set in 100 acres of countryside, close to the waterside town of Falmouth, and boasts beautiful views over the Fal estuary.
The University of Exeter is home to some of the best sports facilities in the South West with world-class sports facilities for beginners and athletes alike. We’re the #1 sports university in the south of England and Wales, and we frequently finish top 5 in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) rankings each year.
Sport is an important part of the student experience, and we believe sport and wellness should be embedded in student life. Our superb facilities allow us to offer a large variety of participation opportunities for all students.
From ‘Anatomy’ to ‘Zero Waste’, there are more than 350 societies that you could join. You can get involved with the running of any of these and if there’s a society you want that we don’t have, we’ll help you set it up.
The University of Exeter Business School is proud to be among the 1% of the very best global institutions to gain Triple Crown accreditation from the three largest and most influential business school accreditation organisations worldwide: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
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