great all round uni concentrating on hands-on experience combined with academic merit, lecturers walk the talk, great collaborative effort between departments of bioscience
academic who teach are also researchers very good strikes interferred with studies and presentations - very bad
tutors very good sid staff/help desk member of the staff are very poor and rude
I had a good time at Exeter uni. They were supportive to my circumstances and very engaging lecturers. I would definitely recommend attending the university of Exeter
They failed to deliver specific postgrad careers advice
Fantastic and really really good I really enjoyed it it was a lot of fun and very useful and exactly what I wanted very helpful met great people now I want to do more uni
It's been very enlightening and a huge part of forming who I am. It is extremely and consistently a plethoric and nebulous experience that greatly improves one's character.
They are largely repetitive to ensure continuity
There is representation and there are very good facilities
I’ve loved my university experience! It’s been stressful (as you would expect studying a physics degree at a top uni) but I’ve made life long friends and achieved more than I ever imagined I would
There are lots of careers fairs and opportunities to visit the career hub for help
I like that there is lots of variety in my course, I don’t like when lecturers just read from their power point as this seems like a waste of time attending the lecture
Very good facilities
I can’t fault any of the facilities
Exeter university is well located, about a 20 minute walk to town and you get used to the walking with all the hills
There are loads and loads of different societies and sports you can join
I had a wonderful academic tutor that always helped me if I need it, I also saw a counsellor through the well being centre so that was good
Great uni, had a good time and even got a job. The teaching was good, the campus is nice, although having been to other unis now the facilities aren't quite as good as other unis. The city is lovely too.
The University of Exeter is by far the best University out there in my eyes. Could not have spent my three years any better. The location is great - very green and you're always close to everywhere. The facilities are great - plenty of places to study and the gym is amazing. The people are amazing and have honestly made the three years so memorable.
I think on the careers aspect, there is room for improvement. We were never really given that many opportunities to apply for any internships or work experience within the university.
Most: we were told what to expect from each module on day one, which was useful for exams. Least: difficult to say.
I think the SU address the concerns pretty well and I never found an issue with them.
Very good. The gym is the best I have ever seen and there is plenty of locations to choose from when looking for a place to study.
Yes, the university is situated very well. It is never more than a 15 minute walk to the places I want to visit.
There is a huge range of societies, meaning there is plenty to choose from and something for everyone.
Very good. It is always easy to arrange a meeting.
Great – social and academic Facilities and societies are good and nice to be around Exeter environment really friendly and east to adapt to Would recommend to anyone
Great in my faculty and great with the career zone
The teachers are friendly and caring
Perfect very close
Great range something for everyone
Great academic and pastoral support always
so far so good:) I try to make the most of the office hours of the professors. The academic staff is really helpful and allow you to look for niches and interests beyond the syllabus.
plenty of offers, especially the career zone
nothing to complain about, but if I had to: smaller classes for oral classes
brand you, easy to navigate
great personal tutors and incisive feedback
I loved Exeter !! It is a fantastic location , near the beach and the countryside as well as good shopping and travel to London. My department really cared about us as individuals and wanted us to succeed.
Yes ! There are lots of opportunities through MyCareer Zone and through the colleges. Best of all you can continue to access support after graduation.
Every module was different so hard to tell. I loved the very engaged geography department though.
The Guild is probably the worse part of Exeter.
Brill. Could have more seating though
The university sites on the town so perfect for shopping and its is a 5 minute walk to the train station.
Amazing. Exeters Sports are fantastic.
Pretty good in all areas. Personal tutors are variable though