Exeter has world class facilities, which are attracting more researchers from top institutions. Plus, studying at Exeter gives the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful places in the country- that’s worth a lot as an undergraduate.
Working in a huge company like GSK has given me great exposure to many different aspects of pharmaceuticals. Alongside having a great name to put on my CV, I have gained skills in and out of the lab.
Studying Biological sciences with Professional Placement
Exeter always stood out with its highly reputable name for both academics and sport, but my choice to come specifically to Exeter and study law was solidified when I came to visit the University in person. The positive and active vibe of campus attracted me instantly. The variety of clubs and societies was endless, and every student I spoke to seemed to be part of at least 3 societies. Being surrounded by active and like-minded students was a key factor in choosing what university to attend, and at Exeter it was apparent that this was definitely the case.
Studying LLB Law with European Study (Spanish)
As an international student, I love the inclusivity and the welcoming atmosphere. The St Luke’s Campus exudes a note of antiquity from the outside, yet has state-of-the-art research facilities on the inside.
The labs are bright, clean, well-equipped, and great to work in. The lab technicians have been really helpful in equipment familiarization and booking slots for testing.
Studying MSc Sports and Health Science