Top 10 in the UK for Philosophy
7th in The Complete University Guide 2024
Flexibility to tailor your degree around your own interests
Opportunities to study abroad in Europe, the US, Australia and elsewhere
Distinctive interdisciplinary approach with philosophers, sociologists, and anthropologists working together in teaching and research
Degrees at Streatham Campus, Exeter
Philosophy at Exeter
Philosophy asks the questions most essential to human life. Studying Philosophy will teach you to think rigorously, to defend your views in a clear and consistent way, to understand the why and what-for of different points of view, and ultimately to develop a sharp, analytical and open mind.
Based in the Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, our unique environment encourages a productive fusion of the three subjects. This creates cross-over research domains like the field of music, aesthetics and cognition, which researchers with diverse disciplinary training pursue together.
The thing I enjoyed the most about my degree was the way in which my professor encouraged me to use what we learnt in class as a platform to develop my own ideas.
Philosophy and Politics graduate