Our students from Malaysia
There are around 170 Malaysian students currently studying at the University of Exeter. Their programmes include:
- BSc Accounting and Finance
- BSc Economics with Econometrics
- LLB Law
- MSc Finance and Investment
- PhD Arab and Islamic Studies
We have a number of informal links with Malaysian colleges, and our LLB programme is recognised by the Malaysian Bar Council.
BSc in Psychology
"I enjoyed the extensive coverage of the Psychology programme. It covers a range of different aspects of Psychology, ranging from clinical psychology to statistics and research methods. The programme exposed me to the various potential fields in psychology and as such, this widens my future career selection options."
LLB in Law
"The University has been the right choice for me, undoubtedly. Its healthy mix of focused study and welcoming social environments, as well as the support that the staff are willing to provide makes the process of going, surviving and thriving at university not only achievable, but relatively easy to accomplish. Going to university could very easily turn into a daunting process without the right kind of support and environment, and I have been fortunate enough to find comfort in both here."
Watch this video to find out about Vishnu’s University experience, including the benefits of studying Law at Exeter, the skills he has gained and what he thinks is the best thing about studying at the University.
PhD in Education
"Exeter is my home far away from home. It’s a peaceful city where I literally know everyone."
PhD in Physical Geography
"The lecturers and staff are very supportive, willing to help and assist you with any kind of situation. The atmosphere on campus is amazing and fantastic, it is a green campus with high class facilities."
Katelyn and Jaslyn
Katelyn is studying LLB Law and Jaslyn is studying BA Drama
Watch this video to find out about Katelyn and Jaslyn's University experience, including why they chose to study at Exeter, the benefits of studying their course and what a typical day looks like.
"I enjoyed that the programme was flexible in terms of modules and schedule. It allowed me time and space to explore other experiences outside of my degree. The biggest highlight was that I got to meet lifelong friends, many of whom I am still in touch with."
"The University is an extremely student friendly place. The campus is truly amazing-lots of greenery and the Sports Centre is very well developed. There are always different events for students to develop themselves."
"I enjoyed doing my Psychology degree as it allowed me to understand the complexity of the human brain and thought process. It was fascinating to be a student in this field of study as we learn how human psychology is affected by biological, social context and as we age."