Undergraduate Study

Learning and studying resources

Resources in Exeter, Devon

IT services

iExeter mobile app and student portal

iExeter gives you access to your email, calendar, documents, library account, student record, teaching timetables and learning materials for your modules. It also features a PC and study space finder, and maps to help you find your way around. It is available on your mobile and from any web-enabled computer. You can use iExeter to ask non-academic support questions at any time via the Student Information Desk.

High-speed wired and wireless network

We have recently invested £6.4 million in our network, making study and research more flexible and accessible. University owned halls of residence have wired and wifi connections giving you fast access to all university resources and the internet. It’s not a problem if you don’t have your own computer – there are public-access PC clusters at all campuses with many open 24/7. You can also borrow laptops from the Forum Library and use special lockers to charge devices.

IT Help at the Student Information Desk (SID)

From IT service support, to virus problems and internet access; we can assist with any issues. SID can also help students get devices working on our network.

Library services

The University of Exeter library supports learning and research by prioritising digital collections and providing excellent study environments and facilities. Our student library champions help guide what we purchase to ensure content is relevant for you. From the latest ebooks to medieval manuscripts, we provide a world-class, research intensive library environment for serious study, plus student-friendly study spaces zoned for quiet and group work throughout our campuses.

Forum Library

Our flagship library is open 24/7 throughout the year.

St Luke’s Campus Library

Supports Sport Science, the Medical School and Graduate School of Education.

Special collections

Internationally important collections of manuscripts and rare items exclusive to Exeter include literary and historical archives and the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum.

Find out more on the Library website.

Resources in Penryn Cornwall

IT services 

iExeter mobile app and student portal

iExeter is home to all the vital IT services that you’ll need throughout your time with us. It is available on your mobile and online, and provides access to your email, calendar, documents, library account, teaching timetables and learning materials for your modules. You can use iExeter to ask nonacademic support questions at any time online via the Student Information Desk.

Internet access

In recent years we have invested heavily in our University network, making study and research more flexible and accessible. Glasney Student Village has internet access and there are PC clusters on campus. You can even borrow a laptop from our IT Services team. 

IT Service Desk

Our friendly team can assist with a whole range of issues, from passwords, printing problems, mobile devices, laptop loans and internet access. Our lecture theatres are equipped with Recap – the University’s lecture capture
platform. If offered on your course you can watch your lectures back online via ELE, the Exeter Learning Environment.

The Library Service

Students benefit from 24/7 library access during term time a range of different study areas, with wifi access throughout support with reading lists and subject queries a comprehensive range of digital and printed resources – ebooks/books, geological maps, DVDs, ejournals, databases and magazines

Access to all the university libraries available from Exeter and Falmouth, and options to request inter-library loans archives and special collections, including the Camborne School of Mines archives and the new Gorsedh Kernow Bardic collection. Our range of resources is continually reviewed and refreshed and you’ll have the option of a tour to cover the library and IT facilities.

Library helpdesk staff will help you find resources, use the self-service machines and make online reservations. Specialist subject-related information, support, and one-to-one guidance and training on research, critical thinking, referencing and academic skills are available throughout your studies.