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Study Abroad programmes

Entry requirements

General requirements

If you are applying as an exchange student (European, International or from Switzerland) you must be nominated by your home university.

You must have completed a minimum of one year of academic study at your home university and have a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 or equivalent. You are required to have academic background knowledge in the modules you wish to take.

English language requirements

All applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence that they have a level of English that will enable them to benefit fully from their studies at Exeter.  

Exchange students: 

Your university must complete the Exeter English Proficiency Form confirming that you have the required level of English to study with us.  Please note, however, that if you are required to or choose to apply for the Student Visa we cannot accept this form as evidence.  UK immigration legislation requires students to provide specific linguistic qualifications when applying to study at Exeter. 

Accepted qualifications can be found here.

 

Study abroad fee-paying:

Independent fee-paying (not exchange) applicants will be required to provide official evidence that they meet the University of Exeter's minimum English Language requirements, where applicable. The English language qualifications accepted by the University and the required scores can be found on the English language requirements pages. We accept a wide range of qualifications, including IELTS and TOEFL. 

Note that Business, English and History programmes require a higher level of English - students planning to take modules from across different departments will need to satisfy the higher of any linguistic minima required.