TEF Gold award for teaching excellence
Top 15 UK university1 and Top 150 worldwide2
95% of graduates in employment or further study six months after graduation3
A research intensive Russell Group University
1The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, Guardian University Guide, Complete University Guide, 2The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019, 3HESA DLHE 2016/17
Research at the
University of Exeter
Dementia affects 44 million people worldwide. Our dementia research encompasses a broad spectrum of expertise with scientists working on clinical, psychological and social research, focussing on how to improve diagnosis, treatment and care, and how best to support people affected by dementia.
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Seagulls favour food humans have handled
26 February 2020
Jet stream not getting ‘wavier’ despite Arctic warming
19 February 2020
The course was key for me; I was very specific in my desire to study a Politics degree that focused on policy and statistics, which Exeter offered. This, the campus and the added value my degree programme offered made it a no-brainer for me. In the past two years, I have worked for my department through their Peer2Peer and summer school programmes and have now secured two internships through their connections – with the Civil Service and a Policy think tank.
Studying BSc Politics and International Relations
Choosing the University’s Penryn campus to study my Environmental Science degree was the best decision I have ever made. The enthusiasm of the lecturers here is infectious, you can't help but be inspired. The friendliness of all the students and staff here was a big deciding factor me, I instantly felt at home. It wasn't only my degree programme, all the activities and opportunities which were available to me during my time at Penryn were invaluable. Take advantage of every chance you get. At the campus here, there is so much to do, it's just waiting for you to say yes to.”
Studying BSc Environmental Science at Penryn campus in Cornwall
The city of Exeter is really beautiful and historical – history is hidden everywhere. People are very friendly and welcoming, you feel like it’s your city and it becomes home really quickly.
Studying MSc Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture
I moved to Devon a year ago for a new role at the University of Exeter, helping to deliver the Arts and Culture strategy. I have found it to be an amazing place to live and work. There is so much creativity here – from the quality of the research and teaching to the commitment to student experience and community engagement. Our team aims to ‘place creativity at the heart of all we think, imagine and do together’, so we have a good head start. We want our activity to reach as many people as possible, both inside and outside the University.
Associate Director for Arts and Culture