University of Exeter

Reviews

Anonymous

Great campus and facilities, with a good range of accommodation options. Highest tree to student ratio in the country is a bonus... Mostly jolly people, all of them from Surrey so it really is a home from home. Good option, all in all.

Anonymous

The campus itself is beautiful and I love that there are so many trees and woodland areas, as it always nice to go on a walk to refresh yourself. There are a huge range of areas for independent study, so there is always somewhere to work on campus. The campus gym is fantastic and allows you to use the gym, even in short breaks in between lectures. The close proximity of the campus into the centre of town allows you to get around exeter easily and there is no need to rely on public transport, as everyone can get everywhere on foot. On fridays there are food vans that set up on campus, which allow you to try a huge array of new cuisines.

Anonymous

Very nice campus, short walk away from the city centre and any student accommodation. Very good academic support. Not necessarily for people who would like to be in a large city

Anonymous

The University of Exeter offers a wonderful degree course, providing students with an engaging, stimulating and enhancing experience. Situated in one of the most gorgeous and friendly cities of the country, students won't feel out of their depth when getting used to their new surroundings, due to the friendliness of staff, locals, and students alike. The societies on offer play a huge part in this, and shape many student's lives when at the uni. Accommodation caters for a variety of needs and backgrounds, and many close lifelong friendships are born from these halls. One couldn't wish for a better place to enter the next stage of their life.

Anonymous

Exeter is a superb university. The campus is efficient, attractive, accessible and not too large. I study modern languages and the support has been excellent. The course has lots of contact hours and the module selection is great.

Anonymous

Hands down the best university in the South west, amazing campus with plenty of great places to eat, modern subject buildings too!!

Anonymous

I think the university on the whole is really good. I really like the sports facilities, especially the sports park. There are several sports clubs with lots variety. The same goes for all the different societies.

Anonymous

The university has allowed me to develop my studies and progress towards my future through excellent teaching in wonderful facilities that have something to offer everyone. From careers support to expert advice in all areas of student life, I have felt supported, encouraged and positively challenged throughout my degree, all while getting to enjoy the beautiful campus.

Anonymous

I studied sport science for my undergrad and post-grad at Exeter, and loved all 4 years. The standard of teaching is incredibly high, with challenging yet rewarding aspects involved throughout. The student life is also buzzing, providing everyone woth the best student experience possible; however, the SU could do more to create events with local clubs.

Anonymous

The campus is beautiful and in a great location. Organisation is not always the strong point, but my course content is pretty interesting.

Anonymous

I love it here! The course is all I hoped it would be with good lecturers and enough teaching time to help improve understanding. The office hours are also really good for one on one help. The university facilities are great and I particularly love the library and its atmosphere. The accommodation is good, and any problems that arise are sorted immediately.

Anonymous

There is not enough study spaces for the amount of students! The library etc gets too too accomdoate everyone who wants to study.

Anonymous

I love the campus feel of the university. It's so nice to be able to get to places to easily. The facilities are all fairly new and they keep on putting more money into redevelopment. It's so nice to be so close to the country side as well

Anonymous

I am doing this review to get free food therefore, I don't really want to spend my time having to think of things to write, it's 8 in the morning and I have a whole day of work.. free or discounted food would be nice. My uni is pretty good! The walk there is pretty slippery and crowaded but the campus is amazing, I wouldn't want to change uni for nothing in this world.

Anonymous

One of the best campuses that i have seen for universities and great facilities. The course is pretty enjoyable but more difficult than expected.

Anonymous

Lectures are recorded- an absolute dream! I could not live without this facility. Student recommendations are taken seriously and it is clear to see improvements constantly being made not only on the academic side, but also around campus and in the community. The size of the uni means there are a tonne of sport opportunities that you may not get at other unis. There are more extra curricula opportunities than you could ever want! The area boats loads of restaurants and shops, and things to do, whilst having a lot of green space and also being near the sea! The careers services (particularly in the business school) are also invaluable, and there are tonnes of self learning/improvement workshops you can also undertake in lots of different areas.

Anonymous

Had a fantastic time here over the last couple of years; staff are really friendly, and always happy to help, the campus is lovely and green, and very modern, and the Student Union is fantastic. However, sometimes the lecture quality is poor, depending lecturer to lecturer. The city is very small, and is lacking an actual nightlife, and the friction with locals is always aggravating.

Anonymous

Nice well kept campus. Really enjoy my course and the majority of the content and feel most of my lecturers are very good. More seating required

Anonymous

My course is awful but it's made better by how green the campus is. Honestly it makes such an improvement when the area is nice

Anonymous

St Luke's campus has a great community feel. There are always study spaces and X-Keys is a great place to sit for lunch. Streatham campus is also a great campus and the library is huge, although it can be hard to find a space some times.

Anonymous

The campus is beautiful, with so much greenery and outdoor space. The forum is a great hub to get food or meet up with friends, with the library there that is great for working but gets a bit too overcrowded. It's a shame the library isn't a bit bigger as everyone wants to work there as the forum is so central and a great place to be. The careers services are great in terms of helping you gather ideas of what you want to do as well as hosting a range of events. I've had the best 3 years at uni and will be sad to leave.

Anonymous

In general, the uni has good facilities, with plenty of workspace across the campus. However, the library gets very busy so it is hard to find a space during the day. On the Psychology course, there is a good amount of contact hours, and the personal tutors are generally quite supportive. However, many of the textbooks for the course are not provided in the library.

Anonymous

Pretty decent uni, it's small so if your from a big city expect the size to be a big change, lots of societies to join but have monies to spend. Not that much diversity but easy to make friends. Wellbeing service is great

Anonymous

Campus facilities are amazing. Library and study areas are well equipped with printers, self catering facilities, etc., the only downside being the lack of space in the afternoons. The sports facilities are also faultless.