Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the University of Exeter - UOE rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Currently in my third year, I found my time at Exeter to be extremely rewarding and informative. The University has provided me with fantastic learning resources and have helped to grow my knowledge both through academic teaching and work placements.
The University has a great mixture of contact hours and independent study that has allowed me to develop in my degree.
In the Sports and Exercise Sciences course, the lecturers gave in-depth discussions about lectures and gave relatable examples. They were also very easay to communicate with, in terms of asking questions outside of the lecture sessions.View more
Studying business at the University of Exeter’s Cornwall Campus offers a picturesque location, supportive staff, practical work experience opportunities, and strong post-graduation career support. The program provides an inspiring academic environment with dedicated instructors who readily offer guidance. The emphasis on hands-on experience through internships and industry partnerships equips students with valuable skills. The university’s commitment to helping students succeed beyond graduation, including resume-building and alumni networking, makes it an excellent choice for those seeking a comprehensive business education in a beautiful setting.View more
During my time as a master student at UoE, I have thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere the university offered as well as its community feel.
Within the university buildings, I have enjoyed the proximity of all I could ask for, study spaces, coffee shops, food places, gyms and various team sports facilities. Also the teaching staff was overall fantastic. approachable and professional.
The University is located on a hill, which can be taxing at times and problematic to access for some. But many accessibility efforts have been made, even in the short amount of time I have studied there.
The town centre is also nice and has plenty of cute coffee shops and restaurants. However, safety problems have been reported which is I think important to note.
Overall, if you are looking for a nice community of academically driven individuals who also know how to have fun, I would recommend UoE.View more
I am a 2nd year UoE student, who studies BSc Business on the Penryn Campus in Cornwall. I have thoroughly loved my experience at the university so far and couldn’t be happier with my decision to study with the UoE. The campus is located at the top of Penryn and is surrounded by beautiful beaches that are no longer then a 10 minute drive away. The smaller campus population means I get more 1:1 time with my lecturers which allows for more meaningful connections that ultimately, lead to a greater sense of purpose and satisfaction as a student at the university. I have employability embedded into my programme which includes a 60-80 placement within an organisation of my choice each year throughout my degree. This has been perfect for building up my CV and discovering which parts of business I truly enjoy!View more
I have a deep appreciation for the professors’ expertise and the well-designed curriculum. Nevertheless, I feel that the advisors could improve their level of involvement and depth of knowledge, especially when guiding new students. Apart from this, my overall experience has been incredibly positive.View more
One of the university’s greatest strengths lies in its unwavering commitment to research and innovation. The state-of-the-art research facilities and resources accessible to students have provided me with the opportunity to immerse myself in projects that align with my interests, contributing not only to personal growth but also to the advancement of knowledge. Engaging in research initiatives alongside professors and fellow students has been an enriching and enlightening experienceView more
I think Exeter is a great university although it, definitely lived up to the stereotype of being very posh and upper-class I found my 3 years very enjoyable. With so many students it is easy to find people you get on with and societies to enjoy.View more