Our students from Canada
There are currently around 140 Canadian students at the University of Exeter. Their programmes include:
|BA English||MSc Financial Analysis and Fund Management|
|BSc Psychology||LLM Law|
|BSc Conservation Biology and Ecology||MPhil Classics and Ancient History|
|LLB / Grad LLB Law||PhD Middle East Politics|
In addition, we also host a number of Study Abroad students from Canada each year. Our partner institutions include Carleton University, the University of Toronto, the University of Alberta and the University of Ottawa.
"I enjoyed the close-knit community Exeter Law School offered and the wonderful staff who always had time for a quick chat. The campus was beautiful, the students were friendly and I had the chance to make life-long friends from all around the globe and all walks of life.
"Exeter has provided me with a great education, amazing friendship group, and opportunities not available at other universities. Also professional skills are taught throughout your time at Exeter. Once you enter Exeter you are treated as an adult, in turn, certain events are held to a professional standard yet they maintain an enjoyable atmosphere."
"I like that the class sizes are small and we’re always together so we get to know everyone very well. The lecturers also all know us by name so we get to know them too! I made close friends very quickly who support me all of the time!"
"I picked Exeter as I wanted a university that had a great reputation internationally, embodied a sense of community, and would make my time away from my friends and family back home easier - because everyone knows time flies when you’re having fun!"
Study Abroad at Exeter
Live in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK while studying at a world class university for one or two semesters - watch this video to find out more about Study Abroad from our US, Canadian and Australian students and for further information see our Study Abroad web pages.
"When I take a moment to reflect, I think coming to Exeter made me realize how we take the smallest things for granted. I will always remember my 1st year moving into Holland Hall and meeting my hallmates for the first time. The smallest things like: Asking how my day was, holding the door, waiting to finish my food, or simple "cheers mate", was a feeling of hospitality that I can't describe. I can remember other moments throughout the year where the students, faculty and community helped me under no obligation. Such ordinary things truly make you feel extraordinary and from the bottom of my heart, I thank Exeter for that."