We are committed to supporting students from all walks of life to succeed during their studies at Exeter. We know that many groups face additional challenges in accessing Higher Education. We therefore provide a package of ongoing support in terms of financial advice and assistance including bursaries, access to accommodation including year round, peer support and help with wellbeing.
The term ‘mature student’ applies to anyone age 21 or over who didn’t go straight to university after leaving school or college.
We work with young people, carers, foster families, social services, virtual schools and organisations to support progression to HE.
The University is proud to welcome asylum seekers and refugees to study at all levels.
The University is developing a number of initiatives to better support those with caring responsibilities.
We support those with a chronic medical condition, a physical or sensory impairment, mental health difficulties or specific learning difficulty.
The university supports equality and diversity.