University of Exeter
The University of Exeter is a Top 10 university in the United Kingdom, ranked 7th in the Sunday Times University Guide 2013. Exeter offers a wide range of research-led academic programs across its campuses and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside and coastline in the United Kingdom. Although there are 3 campuses, Coastal students are only allowed to study at the Streatham campus. The majority of students are based at Streatham campus, which is compact and convenient – the teaching buildings, libraries, student accommodation and the social buildings are all close together so it is easy to find your way around – and located only a 15-minute walk or five-minute bus ride from the city of Exeter.
Located about 2.5 hours away from London, Exeter has a population of around 118,000 and is consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the UK. It is a safe, student-friendly city with a vibrant and fun culture and relaxed atmosphere. Most new students find that Exeter is not a particularly expensive city to live in, and that you can enjoy a relatively high standard of living.
Coastal students can study abroad for a full year or a semester. All undergraduate level subjects, excluding medicine, are offered by the University of Exeter provided that academic criteria and prerequisites are met.
Important Note: Academic year students should apply early (at least 12-18 months prior to departure) as visa requirements are time-consuming to meet.
|University of Exeter: Quick Facts|
|Location:||Exeter, England (United Kingdom)|
|Student Population:||18,000 students; 13,400 undergraduate students and 4,600 graduate students|
|Who can Apply:||Open to all undergraduate Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors|
|Academic Requirements:||Minimum 3.0 GPA required for admission|
|Courses Taught in English:||
All Subjects. For course listings, click here.
|Tuition:||Exchange Students Pay $4,895 (CCU In-State 2014 Rate)|
Exchange students studying for a full Academic Year are guaranteed self-catering accommodations in LaFrowda Standard, which are state-of-the-art University Flats (Apartments) that provide single standard, en-suite and studio accommodations.
Exchange students studying for one Semester are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Information about off-campus housing is available on Exeter's website. Students are expected to find their own accommodations, though OIPS is available to assist students in this process.
For more information visit Exeter's Accommodation website.
|Projected Budget:||See Exeter Budget|
It is strongly recommended that you read the Exeter’s International Students' Guide. It contains valuable information regarding immigration, money and banking, budgeting for life in the UK, accommodations, healthcare and medical insurance, what to pack, arrival, term dates, and a checklist before to depart the U.S. and when you arrive in the UK.
University of Exeter's website: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/international/students
- Study Abroad Handbook 2013
- Study Abroad Presentation
- Follow the Discussion:
The New York Times Opinion Page:
A Year Abroad or a Year Wasted?
- What are the results of study abroad?
Voices from the 100000 Strong in the
Ms. Lori Patterson, M.P.S.
Study Abroad Advisor
Singleton Building 119
Applications for Fall 2014 study abroad should be submitted to OIPS before March 14, 2014. To learn more about the application process, click here.