The University has around 18,500 students, of which 14,200 are undergraduates. This means it's large enough to offer the academic excellence and facilities you'd expect to find in a major university, but also offers a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
The University has two campuses situated in the city of Exeter: the main Streatham Campus and the smaller St Luke's Campus, both within a few minutes' walk of the city centre.
The majority of students are based at the Streatham Campus, which is the largest site in Exeter. The city centre is only a 15-minute walk away.
St Luke’s Campus
St Luke’s Campus has been home to excellent teaching since 1855, and also houses the department of Sport and Health Sciences and the Medical School. St Luke’s has its own specialist resources, as well as catering, retail and sport facilities. You can also access the social, educational and recreational facilities of the Streatham Campus, about a 25-minute walk or short bus ride away.