University of Exeter


The University of Exeter is a research institute in Exeter, Southwest England, United Kingdom. Founded was formed in 1955 by the aggregation of several institutions like Exeter School of Science, St Luke's College, the Camborne School of Mines, and Exeter School of Art, founded in the 1800s. It has six academic Colleges and subject disciplines. These are; The Business School, College of Engineering Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Humanities, Life and Environmental Sciences, Medicine and Health, and Social Sciences and International Studies.

This institute is listed in The Time's top 10-research-intensive universities. Nearly 90% of the university's research work is recognized internationally in the Research Assessment Exercise. University of Exeter's main campus has benefitted from an investment program of 380 million.

University follows the mission to transform lives through the power of higher education. It celebrates and promotes diversity and personal dignity and fosters equal opportunities. As a leading international institute, the University of Exeter undertake groundbreaking research work and deliver a top-notch student experience on campus with outstanding natural beauty.


This university has a student body of over 25,000, including over 18,000 undergraduates and around 5,000 postgraduates. The University of Exeter has an inclusive, close-knit community with students from 130 countries and over 125,000 alums in 183 countries worldwide. It combines world-class research with excellent student satisfaction.

Student's Guild is the main representative body for students. It is run by 4 elected sabbatical officers who act as trustees and executive directors. In addition, 8 non-executive directors, 4 of which are elected students and the remaining 4 external trustees. Moreover, more than 250 students' clubs and societies are affiliated with Student's Guild. These societies include a larger variety of communities, hobbies and political interests. Some notable societies at the University of Exeter are: The Debating Society, Bracton Law Society (BLS), and Student Volunteers.

AU (Exeter University Athletic Union) administers all aspects of sports activities at the university. This Union runs over 50 clubs with a combined membership of around 5000 students. Most of these clubs compete in BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) competitions in various sports, including golf, cricket, netball, rugby union, rowing, squash, sailing, tennis, and surfing.


Student housing at the University of Exeter has 6500 student bed spaces spread over many residence halls. The university has self-catered flats and houses and also catered halls of residence. These residences are in the beautiful Southwest of England. Here you can access city life and beautiful beaches and enjoy a high quality of life.


  • By Q.S. World Ranking, the University of Exeter ranks 163.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Exeter ranks 143.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank the University of Exeter at 163.


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