About the University of Exeter
The University of Exeter is one of the top universities in the world combining world class research with excellent student satisfaction at its campuses in Exeter and Cornwall. Students and staff at the University benefit from living in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The University of Exeter is a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities. Formed in 1955, the University has 22,085 students from more than 130 different countries. Its success is built on a strong partnership with its students and a clear focus on high performance.
Why choose the University of Exeter?
3rd in the Russell Group, achieving a mark of 87 per cent for Overall Satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2018.
Choose from a vibrant city centre location (Exeter) or the lively coastal community of Penryn near Falmouth (Cornwall), both with stunning countryside on the doorstep and offering an abundance of outdoor activities.
Winner at the What Uni? Student Choice awards 2015 & 2017.
TEF Gold award for teaching excellence
Consistently delivering outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for students.
Supporting your learning
To help you reach your full potential, the University of Exeter offer a variety of skills programmes, workshops, online and physical resources, all designed to develop your skills so that you can thrive. The support on offer includes areas such as:
- essay writing
- managing dissertations
- presentation skills
- time management and prioritising
- critical reading and writing
- revision strategies and exam techniques
The University of Exeter are proud to work in partnership with their students to continuously improve the education and student experience. Students volunteer to run change projects and receive training from University staff to help them succeed.
Additionally, all degree programmes have student representation through Student-Staff Liaison Committees, where your feedback on teaching and learning can be embedded into continually improving teaching.