The teaching at Exeter is fantastic, with enthusiastic tutors freely available to discuss topics and concepts with you, in a lively research-orientated department. Combine fantastic teaching, excellent resources and a beautiful location, and you have the reason for choosing to pursue studying at the University of Exeter.
Tim Wright, Geography Graduate
Our diverse programme portfolio provides opportunities to specialise in a single discipline or explore interdisciplinary study. Whatever your interests, we will have a programme to excite and challenge you.
We offer extensive fieldwork opportunities, with the option of a year’s industrial experience or study abroad available on several of our degrees.
Teaching reflects our leading academics' current research. We are dedicated to providing an excellent learning environment, whether laboratory, field location or classroom.
You will gain in-depth knowledge of your chosen subject while developing highly sought-after employment skills, such as problem-solving, decision-making, planning, organising, personal communication and leadership.
Full information about how to apply, student support and what it’s like to study at Exeter can be found on the University’s Undergraduate study website.
The College works closely with the University’s Careers and Employment Service to provide a range of opportunities to meet prospective graduate employers, seek advice on choosing a career and develop the skills needed to compete successfully in the employment market.
You will be encouraged to undertake the Exeter Award and Exeter Leaders Award which are designed to enhance the employability of graduates by providing official recognition and evidence of activities and achievements including: attendance at skills workshops, training courses, participation in sporting and musical activities and engagement in work experience and voluntary work.
Further information on careers and employability support can be found on the undergraduate study website:
Scholarships and bursaries
The University offers a range of scholarships and bursaries; find out more on the financial support pages of the University’s Undergraduate Study website.
Information about all awards is available on the searchable funding database that allows you to find all the studentships and bursaries for which you are eligible.
The University’s Undergraduate Study Money matters website has a wealth of information on all things financial, including grants, loans and tuition fees, and specific information for you whether you're from the UK, EU, Channel Islands or an International student.