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ADVENTUROUS UNFORGETTABLE Exeter’s campus is large and diverse enough that anyone can easily find their ‘circle’ and find something to do that they enjoy. I found students to be friendly and welcoming to international students of all backgrounds. DEIRDRE SHERIDAN, KENYON COLLEGE

If you can, do it for a year instead of six months – I managed to make life-long friends during my year abroad! HARRY JORDAN, UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

The things I am enjoying most about my semester at the Penryn Campus are all the great people I’ve met and the laid back summer-like, friendly atmosphere that this campus exudes. Oh and the volleyball, I’m about to embark on a weeklong trip to Majorca with the team! PAUL BRANDON, THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA









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Our Campuses Depending on your choice of subject, you may be based at our Streatham Campus or St Luke’s Campus in Exeter, or at our Penryn Campus in Cornwall.

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Penryn Penryn Falmouth Falmouth

Experience Exeter Streatham and St Luke’s • Streatham Campus has benefitted from a £380 million investment in student facilities, including a refurbished library, Sports Park and technologyrich learning spaces • St Luke’s boasts excellent facilities for sport including a sports hall, an air-conditioned health and fitness studio and an indoor heated swimming pool • Exeter is consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the UK • Our students are among the most satisfied in the UK – we have been in the National Student Survey Top Ten every year since its launch • Exeter is a lively, student-friendly city with a thriving arts and music scene

• Cafés, restaurants, pubs and shops sit alongside Exeter’s historic buildings such as the 14th century cathedral and Roman walls • Get involved! We have the highest level of student engagement in the UK through clubs and societies, volunteering and the Students’ Guild. Exeter also has an award-winning student media network • A vibrant international community, with 35 international societies and many cultural events throughout the year including Diversity Week, Thanksgiving, Diwali and Chinese New Year celebrations • Our campuses offer a safe environment with 24-hour campus security

Subjects taught at the Exeter Campuses The Business School • Accounting

College of Social Sciences and International Studies

• Economics

• Arab and Islamic Studies

• Finance

• Law

• Organisation Studies

• Politics

• Management Studies

• Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology

College of Life and Environmental Sciences

College of Humanities

• Biosciences

• Art History and Visual Culture

• Geography

• Classics and Ancient History

• Natural Sciences

• Drama

• Sport and Health Sciences

• English

College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences

• Archaeology

• Film Studies • Flexible Combined Honours (Broad General Programmes)

• Computer Science

• Foreign Language Centre

• Engineering

• History

• Mathematics

• Liberal Arts

• Physics and Astronomy

• Modern Languages • Theology and Religion



I loved that the people who were teaching me had a wide range of their own research that they could draw upon to help explain concepts. ANNA THOMPSON, UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

Experience Exeter in Cornwall Penryn • A great student to teacher ratio that lets you communicate directly with research leaders • Guaranteed university-owned or managed accommodation* • £30 million Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) leads cutting-edge investigations to seek innovative solutions to scientific dilemmas • Falmouth is named as one of The Sunday Times Best Places to Live in Britain 2016 – students from all disciplines use the Cornish landscape as a ‘living laboratory’ • Falmouth’s seven beaches, beautiful rivers and the world-famous marina make it a haven for those who love sand, sailing and surf

• Made up of over 5000 students, the friendly and unique campus is shared with Falmouth University; one of the UK’s leading Arts Universities. This combination creates a vibrant mix of students, with a diverse range of interests and backgrounds • Over £175 million investment in the past 10 years and a new sports hall • Our Global Chums mentoring scheme to help new students settle in to university life

* University accommodation is guaranteed for students who apply before the publicised deadline

Subjects taught at the Penryn Campus The Business School • Business and Management

College of Social Sciences and International Studies

College of Life and Environmental Sciences

• Politics

• Biosciences, including:

• English

Animal Behaviour

• History

Marine Biology

• Foreign Language Centre

Zoology • Geography, Environmental Science and Human Sciences

College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences • Geology • Mathematical Sciences • Mining and Minerals Engineering at Camborne School of Mines • Renewable Energy

College of Humanities

You must be nominated for the exchange programme by your home university. If you have not been nominated, or if we do not have an exchange agreement with your university, you may study at Exeter as a Study Abroad Fee Paying student.

What entry requirements do I need to meet? To be eligible to study at the University of Exeter as an exchange/study abroad student you must: • Have the approval of your home university • Have successfully completed one academic year of undergraduate study • Have the equivalent of a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 where the maximum is 4.0 • Meet the University of Exeter’s minimum English language requirements (where applicable) as outlined on the University’s website

Application documents and how to apply Your application should be completed online and submitted with the following supporting documents: • Official academic transcript from your home university • Academic reference • Personal statement • Evidence of English language proficiency (where applicable) • Copy of the ID information page of your passport • Study plan

Application deadlines • Semester one and full year International Exchange and Study Abroad fee paying applicants: 30 April • Semester one and full year Erasmus applicants: 31 May • Semester two all applicants: 31 October

Pre-arrival and orientation The prospect of living and studying in another country can seem daunting but together with our colleagues in the International Student Support team we will provide you with all the information and advice you need to prepare yourself. • Orientation programmes are organised at the start of each semester to help you to get to know the campus, the city and other students • The Global Chums mentoring scheme can match you with a University of Exeter student to help you settle in to university life • A Meet and Greet service is offered from Heathrow Airport taking you direct to campus in September • We offer a range of courses, workshops and tutorials designed to provide help and support for studying in English

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