University of Exeter
A member of the Russell Group, The University of Exeter has two campus locations, on in Exeter, Devon and one in Cornwall. It main campus is in the historic city of Exeter and this highly regarded, research led institution attracts over 20,000 students every year. Founder in the 1950's with historical roots stretching back to 1838. history
The main things you need to know about studying at the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter ranks 174th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2021.
The University Career Zone assists students with career planning from deciding on a job to seeing how far your degree can take you and then with applications as well. Also on offer are different Employability Schemes, and assistance with casual jobs, graduate jobs and internships.
The fee for UK undergraduates starting in 2021 is £9250 with exceptions for MBMS Medicine and Year Abroad/In Industry students. The International fees vary from £18,800 (Accounting and Finance, Business and Management and Economics) to £37,000 (BMBS Medicine) and specific prices can be found here.
The University offers catered and self catered options with either shared or studio kitchens as well as catered Cornwall rooms on their second campus.
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The university has a Students’ Union in Cornwall which runs societies, sports, a committees hub, fundraising and volunteering. However the main Students’ Guild is in Exeter, with its own societies around academics, charities, fitness, hobbies, employability.
Alumni include Caroline Lucas, Ameenah Gurib, J.K Rowling, and Zara Tindall.
A project to bring safe and reliable energy to informal settlements in South Africa run by the University of Exeter and The University of Cape Town has won the Chair’s Prize in the 2020 Newton Funds Awards, granting it £500,000 to use as part of the project.
“With cobbled streets, Medieval and Georgian buildings, as well as a towering gothic cathedral, Exeter is home to thousands of students. Despite being a campus university, students spend as much time in the bustling city centre as they do in the library, whether that’s partying in one of the many bars, or studying in an independent coffee shop.”
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