University of Exeterhttp://www.ex.ac.uk/
The University of Exeter was founded in the middle of the nineteenth century. The University has three campuses, out of which two are in Exeter and one in Cornwall. There are 13,500 students across three campuses, out of which 3,500 are postgraduates.
The Exeter campus is safe and student-friendly and is within walking distance of both Streatham and St Luke’s campuses. Our Cornwall Campus near Falmouth offers a wide range of programmes in the arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences in a totally unique environment. Social facilities on campus include a gym and fitness studio, mini-supermarket and restaurant, as well as the Stannary, which regularly features live bands. Previous performances include Jack Johnson, Mr. Scruff, Squarepusher, and Donovan Frankenreiter.
Accommodation is available on campus. The student village, Glasney Parc, has 500 en-suite study bedrooms with shared kitchen/sitting rooms in 12 attractive two- to three-storey buildings, and more new residences are supposed to open in 2007 to accommodate our expanding student population in Cornwall.
If we talk about subject areas, some subjects are taught at only one location whilst others are taught at both. The University of Exeter is among the top universities in the U.K. for student satisfaction, ranked joint 10th nationally for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey (Feb. 2005).
University of Exeter
The Queen’s Drive, EX4 4QJ, Exeter
Devon, South West Region
Tel: 0139 226 3040, Fax: 0139 226 3039