Information for Partners
This page contains important information for our partner universities. Essential information for students can be found on our webpages.
|September Entry (Semester one and full year students)||30th April|
|January Entry (Semester two students)||1st October|
Student Application Deadlines:
|September Entry (Semester one and full year students)||31st May|
|January Entry (Semester two students)||31st October|
You can access our Partner factsheets here:
Nominations for September 2023 are now open!
Students must be nominated using our online form which is emailed to partners. If you have not received the email please contact us.
Once nominated, students will be contacted directly with a link to the application form and application instructions. Further advice can be found on our application page and below.
If you wish to discuss our exchange agreement or if you are a prospective partner interested in collaborating please contact email@example.com.
Students need to complete an online application which includes submitting copies of the following documents:
- Official Academic Transcript
- Copy of the passport ID page
- Evidence of English language level
- Academic Reference (if fee-paying student)
After applications close on 31 May we will contact students asking them to submit the Exeter study plan listing the modules they would like to take in order of preference. We ask for eight choices per semester.
Applications submitted without all supporting documents will not be processed.
Students studying for one year are guaranteed University housing.
There are limited university-owned rooms for students studying for one semester. The majority of students will seek accommodation in the private sector.
University housing application deadline: 31st July.
All non-UK passport holders must enter the UK with the appropriate visa or immigration permission or we cannot register them as a student at Exeter.
- Visitor Visa (6 months duration)
- Student Visa (1 year duration)
Students coming to study for one semester will usually come to the UK on a Visitor visa or with Visitor immigration permission, although they can apply for a Student visa if they would like to work while in the UK. Full year students must apply for the Student Visa.
Full year: 120 Exeter credits/60 ECTS
One semester: 60 Exeter credits/30 ECTS
European exchange students must choose 75% of their modules from the department in which we have the agreement with the home university. International exchange and Study Abroad students should take 50% of their modules within one subject area.
- Psychology courses are only available for Psychology-specific exchange partners.
- Graduate School of Education and Liberal Arts modules(LIB) are not available.
- Modules in the College of Medicine and Health will be available to Medical Sciences partners in 2023/24.
Where possible modules will be allocated pre-arrival, but will need to be finalised upon arrival and registration. There is a module change period during the first two weeks of each semester.
Semester 1 transcripts are sent out in March. Full Year and Semester 2 transcripts are sent out in July. A digital version will be sent directly to the home university and student.
Exchange students will have their tuition fee waived. Fee-paying students can find information HERE
Living expenses vary depending on lifestyle choices. As a guide, please budget around £1023 amonth to cover expenses.
Students applying for the Visitor visa (single semester students only), must submit an English language proficiency form as part of their application. This must be signed by their home university to confirm that the student has the required level of English.
If the student is applying for the Student Visa (full year or single semester students) we cannot accept the English language proficiency form as evidence. The Student visa application requires students to provide official English language qualifications as listed here for undergraduates and here for postgraduates when applying to Exeter.