Our students from Singapore
There are around 170 Singaporean students currently studying at the University of Exeter. Their programmes include:
MSc in Conservation Biodiversity
"I chose Exeter as I was really interested in the course and the modules seemed really fascinating (especially the Kenya field course!). This and the fact that Exeter is one of the best universities for ecology made the choice so much easier."
BSc in Economics
"Reading Economics at Exeter has been an enriching experience; the curriculum combines theoretical and applied economics which is good for any aspiring economist. I also had the opportunity to delve into Leadership Studies, which has broadened my academic skillset. The flexibility to pick subjects within and beyond the Economics Department also provides the opportunity for me to broaden my knowledge."
BSc in Psychology
"I decided on Exeter as the University is part of the Russell Group and it is one of the best universities for my course. The modules are really interesting and engaging. The depth and breadth of the modules in Psychology allow me to have experiences in many different aspects of the field but also gives me the freedom to choose things I'm interested in. I enjoy the pace of life at Exeter. It gives me a nice balance between studying and socialising."
BSc in Environmental Sciences
"I like the smaller cohorts at the Penryn Campus as there are more opportunities to interact with the lecturers. I am an active member of the Cheerleading Society and have been on three unforgettable field trips. My favourite part of the programme is going on field trips - we went to West Penwith in the first year, Isles of Scilly in second and California in the third year."
BSc in Accounting and Finance
"The environment here is peaceful which makes it conducive to study. Travelling around Exeter is also convenient as everywhere I go is of walking distance. The University was very welcoming and positive, with a very vibrant environment. I got to meet people from all walks of life."
"I chose Exeter as it was well rounded and I had heard good things about the place from previous students. The lecturers are genuinely interested in helping us learn and both the leadership and planning aspects of the course will help me in future job roles."
MSc Sports and Health Science
"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 laboratories are bright, clean, well-equipped and great to work in. It’s a nice and quiet place that allows you to concentrate, with the presence of night life if you fancy. If there is a course here that suits your interests and career aspirations, this is an excellent place to study at."
BSc Economics with Econometrics
Watch this video to find out about Joel’s University experience, including what his typical day is like, the academic support available and his top tip for students starting at Exeter.