The University of Exeter is a public-funded research university in Exeter, Devon - South West England. We can trace the university’s history to three separate institutions of the 19th century, England. Exeter University was granted full-fledged university status in 1955. In addition to the main campus at Streatham, the university has two satellite campuses in St. Luke’s and Penryn. All locations of Exeter University are equipped with modern infrastructures such as a museum, a theatre, eateries, the Exeter Innovation center, multi-facility sports complexes, and likewise. The university is categorized into six colleges that offer some of the best courses to study abroad, including postgraduate and undergraduate programs in sought-after fields such as law, environmental sciences, business, etc. The total enrollment of Exeter University is 23613 students, out of whom 22 percent are international students. The university’s research and innovation domain is excellent, with an annual research expenditure of 70.2 million GBP and 50 plus research centers within its premises. Exeter University is home to 200 student societies and 50 sports teams. Some of the notable alumni of Exeter University are J.K. Rowling, Zara Tindall, and Ameenah Gurib.
#164 in the world as per QS Rankings 2021 #174 in the world according to Time Higher Education World University Rankings 2021
On-campus and off-campus residence
55000 – 100000 GBP /year
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||18000 – 37000 GBP/year|
|Cost of Living/year||£ 12000|