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Why did you decide that Exeter was the best place to study?

After doing a lot of research I decided Exeter was for me because the population size of the city and the size of the university are similar to my previous university and hometown. I also loved the fact that Exeter has its own international airport.

Describe your typical day at Exeter

I wake up and go to a BodySoc workout class. Then I go to the library to do work with my friends before heading to our seminar session for the day. In the evening I either relax in my accommodation with my flatmates or go to a social with the Canadian Law Society.  

What are the best aspects of studying in your department?

The class size is 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!

How would you describe the vibe on campus?

I think the vibe on campus is busy. There are always people everywhere and you never feel alone. 

What activities are you taking part in?

I am in the Body Society and in the Canadian Law Society and I am also part of the Wills Clinic with the Exeter Pro Bono Projects. I think that taking part in the Wills Clinic will give me practical professional experience for the future. I really like going to Bodysoc classes because they are great way to break up the day and take your mind off schoolwork.

How have you dealt with any challenges/difficulties during your time at the University of Exeter?  

I made close friends very quickly who support me all of the time!

What's the best things about living in Exeter and would you recommend studying at Exeter?

Everything is in walking distance.  I would definitely recommend studying at Exeter.

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