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The Next Wave In Global Marine Research?
It’s Already Here.
Our breadth and depth of expertise, interdisciplinary approach, long term partnerships and global reach are already having an incredible impact around the world.
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Top 150 in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings1
Top 15 in the Guardian University Guide 2023 and The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023
92% of graduates in or due to start employment or further study fifteen months after graduation2
1137th in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2023, 2 based on full-time, first degree, UK domiciled graduates, HESA Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019/20
Social inequalities across communities
At the University of Exeter, we are using innovative and interdisciplinary research methodologies across Humanities and Social Sciences to understand, explore and address social inequalities that exist across communities.
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"I'm a member of the Asian Society, African Caribbean Society, and Muay Thai, as well as part of the committee of BIPOC Society and the Law Society. I've had jobs on and off campus, as a barista and as a Student Ambassador; these have helped me become familiar with Exeter and make new connections in a place that feels like a home away from home."
Nicole, studying LLB Law at our Streatham Campus.
"Sport at Exeter has been an integral part of my university experience. It is the reason why I met the majority of my friends, and the reason why I have enjoyed my time here so much. The university support for all sports clubs means that you are given the opportunity to excel, regardless of whether you are a beginner or have been playing for 10 years."
Will, studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics at our Streatham Campus.
"Being older, you do wonder how much you'll grow as a person compared to younger students, but I'm completely different to who I was in first year, and that's thanks to the friends I've made, of all ages and from all backgrounds. Also, the staff, the societies, the community. I think I'm a better person for it."
Zac, studying Zoology at our Penryn Campus.
"I had great mentors in the department who shared resources and good practice with me. I had full freedom to experiment with activities, I built professional relationships with colleagues and students alike. I thoroughly enjoyed my placement and it was truly saddening to leave. I was so grateful to have met amazing teachers who supported me in so many different ways."
Yasmin, studying PGCE Secondary Spanish at our St Luke's Campus.