Cornwall Campus, near Falmouth
Our innovative, contemporary £100 million Cornwall Campus, set in a beautiful location just a short distance from the waterside town of Falmouth, brings the University of Exeter to an environment unrivalled in the UK. The environment and sustainability are key themes underpinning the unique ethos of the Cornwall Campus. They form the basis for much of the research undertaken in Cornwall in renewable energy, conservation, energy policy and the science and social science impacts of climate change.
Streatham Campus, Exeter
Our largest site in Exeter is regarded by many as one of the most beautiful in the country with its lakes, parkland, woodland and gardens. It offers exceptional facilities and atmosphere and is the focal point for the Students’ Guild and sporting facilities. Within walking distance to the centre of Exeter, the Streatham Campus, Exeter offers a superb environment for postgraduate study.
St Luke’s Campus, Exeter
The St Luke’s Campus offers modern facilities in a historical setting which has retained its vibrant, collegiate atmosphere. Home to teaching in Education since 1855, it is now also the location of the School of Sport and Health Sciences and the Exeter base of the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry. Like Streatham, the St Luke’s campus is within walking distance of Exeter city centre.
Students at Exeter are likely to have permanent smiles on their faces: it has campuses in the cathedral city and also near Falmouth in Cornwall, as well as plenty of coastline, countryside and glorious weather.
The Guardian, June 2010