Exeter has an international reputation for outstanding teaching, research and graduate employability prospects. This prestigious institution consistently features among the world’s finest universities in global rankings – as well as dominating the UK rankings – making it one of the best choices for a first-class education in the UK.
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The University of Exeter has an international reputation for outstanding teaching, research and graduate employability prospects. This prestigious institution consistently features among the world’s finest universities in global rankings – as well as dominating the UK rankings – making it one of the best choices for a first-class education in the UK.
INTO Exeter students will be based on the Streatham Campus during their INTO programme and will have access to many of the University’s facilities, such as the Forum, the Sports Park, Northcott Theatre and the Multi-faith Chaplaincy.
Depending on the student’s intended progression degree, access to specialist subject-specific facilities could include the Business School, a high performance computing facility and 3D visualisation suite, specialist engineering equipment such as 3D printers and wind turbines, the Xfi Centre for Finance and Investment, the Living Systems Institute, the Environment and Sustainability Institute, and psychology suites such as the Mood Disorders Centre.
From the moment you arrive, the Student Services team in the INTO Centre will help you find your way around and adjust to life in Exeter. Services include:
1. Streatham Campus:
Exeter’s picturesque Streatham Campus, set in parkland, is one of the most beautiful in the UK. More than £350 million has been invested in the campuses and facilities over the last five years, including its iconic centrepiece ‘The Forum’. With the city centre only a 10-minute bus ride away, Exeter offers the advantages of a campus-based university without missing out on city life.
2. St Luke’s Campus:
On the eastern side of Exeter city centre, St Luke’s Campus is more than 160 years old and home to the University of Exeter’s Medical School, Department of Allied Health Professions, Sport and Health Sciences, and Academy of Nursing. Although it’s smaller than the Streatham Campus, St Luke’s has a vibrant atmosphere among its close-knit student community.
3. Penryn Campus:
Based by the beautiful beaches of Cornwall, the Penryn Campus is known for its student satisfaction. With around 6,000 students, the campus is full of creativity, friendliness and energy. The University has been consistently developing the campus with a recent £12 million extension to the Science and Engineering Research Support Facility, a £30 million investment in the Environment and Sustainability Institute, and a new Renewable Energy Engineering Facility.
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