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The University of Exeter offer exciting courses in the beautiful and historic surroundings of South West England. As a member of the UK’s prestigious Russell Group of leading research universities, Exeter combines excellence in teaching and research with an outstanding student experience. In the National Student Survey 2022 the University was ranked first amongst Russell Group universities for overall student satisfaction.
Exeter welcome over 30,000 students from more than 150 countries to four friendly campuses: Streatham and St Luke’s in Exeter, Devon, and Penryn and Truro in Cornwall. These locations offer inspiring, safe environments where you will soon feel at home.
Whichever Exeter campus you choose, the University are committed to making your student experience the best it can be. There's plenty to keep you entertained with bars, pubs, clubs, theatres, and music venues. You’ll also find world-class sports facilities for beginners and athletes alike. Exeter are the number one sports university in the south of England and Wales, and we frequently finish top five in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) rankings each year.
In an era of unprecedented change, Exeter are transforming how they educate the brightest young minds to shape the leaders of tomorrow.
The University of Exeter Business School is a member of an elite group of business schools globally to hold ‘triple crown’ status, with accreditations from the three leading accreditation bodies: EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB.
Exeter Business School uses insight and expertise to redefine the role of business globally and to teach students how to use sustainable and responsible business principles to become successful leaders. Exeter research expertise focus on three important themes, all of which are helping address climate change and other global issues such as biodiversity loss, rising poverty and social inequalities: Environmental Sustainability, Technological Transformation and Responsible Leadership.
The University of Exeter Business School was named Business School of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2022 and is joint number one in the UK for business graduate prospects (CUG 2023).
The International Student Support Office can help students with issues such as visas, bank accounts and settling in at the beginning of the term. The office also publishes Your International News every month, which details the various international events run throughout the year. These include trips to various cities, nearby attractions, cultural festivals, and celebrations.
All students are allocated a personal tutor or a staff member from the same academic school who is available to discuss problems or academic progress. The University was named best in UK for international student satisfaction by StudyPortals and is also 1st in the Russell Group for student satisfaction. INTO University of Exeter run pre-sessional and in-sessional English lessons for students, covering subject-specific as well as general academic and social English.
Pre-arrival careers and employability modules are specifically available for postgraduate students and will help you develop the skills to succeed in UK and global business environments. Recent Exeter graduates are employed by global companies including Deloitte, EY, PwC and Unilever.
For 2023 entry, £2.5m of scholarships will be available at the University of Exeter.
In the REF 2021, more than 99% of the University of Exeter's research is of international quality, with 89% internationally excellent and 47% world-leading. Its world-leading research impact has grown by 72% since 2014, more than any other Russell Group university.
Exeter Business School was named UK Business School of the Year at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2022 and is the joint #1 Business School in the UK for Business graduate prospects (CUG 2023).
Accommodation is guaranteed for all new unaccompanied international students who accept an offer and apply for accommodation by the deadline. There is a wide range of catered and self-catered accommodation, with studio flats and shared houses available. All are within 20 minutes’ walk of the nearest campus. Self-catered accommodation is generally arranged in flats of three to twelve people with a shared kitchen and communal area. Private rented accommodation is available through landlords or private halls of residence.
The University’s campuses in the South West of England offer a safe, high quality environment for study and living. Academic, social, and sports facilities are conveniently located within easy walking distance of one another on beautiful, green and safe campuses with fantastic modern facilities. With beautiful, Green Flag award winning campuses in Devon and Cornwall, Exeter is a university of the whole South West.
The University of Exeter’s main Streatham Campus is regarded as one of the most beautiful parkland campuses in the UK. Overlooking the Roman city of Exeter, now the regional capital, features beautiful architecture and excellent retail and leisure facilities. The St Luke’s campus, where Sport Science, Medicine and Education students study, is also located here. Exeter is the 6th safest place to live in the UK and the 4th top place to live in the UK for recreation (Rightmove).
Exeter has superb travel links, with an international airport and two railway routes into London (2 hours to Paddington), meaning it is within easy reach of London, Europe and beyond.
Streatham Campus, Exeter
Acknowledged as one of the most beautiful campuses in the UK, the Streatham Campus is built upon a 350-acre country estate overlooking the vibrant city of Exeter, featuring beautiful architecture and excellent retail and leisure facilities. Officially registered as a Botanic Garden, Streatham Campus boasts an array of immaculately preserved gardens, lakes, woodlands and fountains that integrate seamlessly with the university’s historic and modern architecture. The city's transport hubs include Exeter St Davids railway station, connecting to London in 2 hours, the M5 motorway and Exeter International Airport, connecting the city nationally and internationally.
Penryn Campus, Cornwall
Shared with Falmouth University, the Penryn Campus combines the latest academic research and residential facilities with vibrancy, energy and friendliness. The campus is nestled in 100 acres of the gorgeously maintained Cornish countryside, just northwest of the maritime town of Falmouth, and provides spectacular views over the Fal Estuary.
St Luke’s Campus, Exeter
Founded in 1854 as a teacher training college, students have studied at St Luke's for over 160 years. The campus is located on the eastern edge of the city centre. It is home to Sport and Health Sciences, the Medical School, the Academy of Nursing, the Department of Allied Health Professions and PGCE students.
Truro Campus, Cornwall
Our Truro Campus is situated at the Knowledge Spa on the Royal Cornwall Hospital (Treliske) site. It is the base for University of Exeter Medical School students studying MSc Environment and Human Health and for a proportion of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) students during years 2, 3, 4 and 5.
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