Use the virtual map here, or help yourself to a physical Self-Guided Tour map from any of our building receptions and student hubs.
Follow the numbered circular route around some of our key buildings on campus.
Walk to any of the Buildings of Interest depending upon your chosen subject or interest. These are marked with letters on the map.
Click on a building name in the dropdowns below to virtually see inside buildings and find out more.
Start at the Forum. The Forum is a stunning £48 million centrepiece at the heart of Streatham Campus. The inspirational mix of outside and inside spaces includes our Student Services Centre, The Library, retail and catering outlets, the Alumni Auditorium lecture theatre, and seminar rooms.
The Library is Open 24/7 for students and includes a large collection of resources both on the shelves and online. There are also a variety of study spaces such as silent study, presentation spaces, group study spaces and computer spaces.
The focus of the INTO University of Exeter joint venture is to provide academic pathways that enable international students to progress to University of Exeter degree programmes. The programmes presented by INTO University of Exeter are designed to develop the academic study skills and high levels of English language competence necessary for undergraduate and postgraduate study at the University of Exeter, and successful students are guaranteed to receive a conditional offer for a place on an appropriate degree programme at the University of Exeter.
The Great Hall is used for examinations, Graduation Ceremonies. The Great Hall is also home to Blackwells bookshop and the Sanctuary Study Space. In the outdoor piazza space around you Student groups use the space in Freshers week to exhibit their societies. We have also hosted food festivals in this space.
The Northcott Theatre based on Streatham Campus, has hosts a variety of theatre and musical productions. Some of our music and drama student groups have performed at the Theatre.
The Newman centre is home to the Peter Chalk Centre and the Newman Lecture Halls. In Peter Chalk there are multiple seminar rooms used for teaching and by student societies. In Peter Chalk you can also find the Roundhouse Café and an Info Point who provide academic and pastoral support to students. There are also 5 Newman Lecture Theatres which are used by multiple subjects for hosting larger lectures.
Welcome to the Sports Park. The Russell Seal Fitness Centre includes a 200 station fitness centre, weights area and studio as well as a Tennis Centre and Cricket Centre. The University also has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Sport at Exeter caters for everyone regardless of ability. You can wonder around our outdoor facilities to see our professional standard astro pitches and golf centre.
Mardon and Holland Hall are example of some of our Student Accommodation on campus. About 80% of our accommodation is self-catered and 20% is catered. Mardon and Holland Hall are both catered accommodation You can find full details of all our accommodation both on-campus and in Exeter by searching for Accommodation on the University's website.
Students can register with The University of Exeter Medical Centre for medical support throughout university. There is also the wellbeing centre to help support students’ mental wellbeing during their studies.
Reed Hall is the oldest building on campus. Today it is used to host events, conferences and weddings. Many Exeter Alumni have got married in Reed Hall. It is also home to a beautiful gardens, and arboretum and pond with a fountain.
Northcote House is the main University Reception and contains the Senate chamber used for Committee meetings.
Devonshire is home to the Students’ Guild, which is the University’s Student Union. They represent the students at subject level, in the management of the University and through the National Union of Students (NUS). The Guild provides students with opportunities to get involved with student societies, sports, clubs, volunteering opportunities and student media. Devonshire house also contains the RAM bar (their curly fires are legendry), our Welfare Space Exehale, The Guild Shop, food outlets and study space.
Buildings of interest
Based at the Thornlea site, the Alexander building is the main hub of the Drama Department at Exeter, and contains staff offices, rehearsal studios, teaching and meeting rooms and technical facilities.
The Amory Hub supports students studying Anthropology, Criminology, Classics and Ancient History, Geography, History, International Relations, Law, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Politics, Sociology, and Theology and religion.
Building One is the newest edition to the University of Exeter Business School. The Business School includes the subjects Accounting, Business and Management, and Economics. The Business School has 2 other bases where students receive teaching. Streatham Court is another space used for teaching by the Business school. It is also home to the Business School Career Zone. Both Streatham Court and the XFI are connected to Building One.
The Geoffrey Pope building, the central hub of Biosciences and Natural Sciences in Exeter, is one of the tallest buildings on Streatham Campus and has magnificent views over the campus and the Exe Valley. Some examples of the facilities includes world class lab space, an Aquatics Resource Centre, controlled plant growth room, a Bioimaging unit and the Centre for Cytomics.
Harrison is the centre for Data Science, Engineering, and Mathematics. Harrison facilities have undergone £6.5 million investment with updates to Engineering labs and maker space. Mathematics students and Computer Science students have the use of a dedicated apple mac suite, linux/lenux suite and windows machines during their studies.
Hatherly is home to laboratory space, teaching rooms and a computer lab with subject specific programmes which are used in Bioscences and Geography degrees.
The Institute is the centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at the University. It has an outstanding reputation with specialist research centres for academic excellence. The atmosphere is diverse and cosmopolitan contributing to a friendly community.
Laver is home to Archaeology Department and Mathematics departments. The Department's facilities also include a landscape research room, chemical laboratory facilities, facilities for experimental archaeology and finds processing and a microscope suite. The Department also has a dedicated area for experimental archaeology in the University grounds and makes use of the extensive natural resources on campus.
The Physics tower is the tallest point in Exeter. Physics and Astonomy students are based here and have access to specialist equipment and laboratories.
Queen’s building is the hub for the College of Humanities. English, Film Studies, Art History and Visual Culture, Communications and Modern Languages are all based at Queen’s. The building hosts lecture halls and seminar rooms, The Digitial Humanities Lab and Queen’s Café.
Roborough offers Drama students 3 large rehearsal spaces fully equipped for lighting and sound. The spaces can be opened up into one large performance space.
Washington Singer is home to Psychology students. Students are all trained in diverse areas of Psychology including social psychology, organisational psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, human cognition, cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, and animal behaviour.
Old Library is home to library collections, the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum and the Multifaith Chaplaincy.