I love it here! I miss home but I love being near the sea and I love my course
The uni makes a very concerted effort to increase employability
I have 15 hours contact time/week. The lecturers are excellent
I love living in penryn. It feels very safe & is so accessible
Yes, walking distance to most places
So much choice!
They are optime
We're confusing to find
Food could do with a slight upgrade especially GF options
I am local, so may be biased
The university doesn’t have sufficient study space, especially during exam season. However it does have very good facilities. Also they are very good at providing support for mitigating/ distressing circumstances
Technology often doesn’t work
Yes! You can walk to most things
I feel at home in Exeter as the Guild is amazing and provides so many opportunities to make friends initially. The university’s facilities are exceptional but it’s IT services are dodgy (e.g. the iExeter app) and not fit for purpose
Many options and schemes, lots of emails from careers department
Lecturers are all extremely knowledgeable and experts in their field but there is too much group work
Really good; Exeter is a great uni that offers a lot of interesting and exciting opportunities if you get involved. There is little support though for anyone with disabilities.
Yes lots of events
The variety but exams are far apart
Yes walking distance
Good but sometimes clique
Good experience made lots of new friends and enjoy the course. Joined lots of societies and met loads of new people. University is close to the centre and has lots of things to do in your spare time. Lectures always happy to help.
Lots of emails and events regarding employment and many guest speakers showing us options.
Placement in first year is good but more practicals could be done to allow us more preparation before placement in first year but lectures and seminars are taught well. Layout of course is good.
Foot facilities at streatham but could be more representation at st Luke’s for example the introduction of a bar there.
Streatham has really good facilities like the sports centre and library but st Luke’s needs more study space.
St Luke’s close to town and Streatham is not too far.
Lots of societies and sports all with great funding .
Lots of information on programs available and easy to access. Tutors and lectures are informed on personal support and can help with arranging it. Lots of time to discuss academics
Really enjoyed it. First term was really informative but left a lot of time to make new friends and try new sports. I think the campus is great and also really enjoying the new city
I like most of my days are done by lunchtime and I can study in the afternoons - I like the mix of lectures and seminars and the small classes
The guild is a nice place to hang out but I don’t really know what their purpose is as they don’t seem to do much
Gym is expensive so a lot of us go to private gyms and the outdoor pool is only open in summer when students aren’t there.
Yes a bit far from the train station which is a pain at the end of term but close to town
Don’t see the point in tutoring as they don’t teach my subject. Student support besides general enquires aren’t very oblivious
I thought the format of my degree was great excellent tutors open door policy. My experience of antisemitism at the hand of a Pakistani and his friends will stay with me for a very long time.... Maybe introduce diversity courses at the University
Excellent support regarding career development.
The lectures are very approachable and very supportive and students support ,I would have had a fantastic experience at the University of Exeter as could not fault the lectures,
At the beginning of my economics degree I took part in society activities and attended events
Good overall but have struggled to balance health, social and academic aspects as there is no recommended structure or guidelines for anything. Have enjoyed it but hope to find better friends
Lots of information available including work experience opportunities and work shops to improve skills or meet employers.
Like the way everything is accessible online, but would love to see more structure and outlines of content required instead of “any textbook from the last few decades will be fine”
Representation seems to be focused on but have little knowledge of any facilities
Fairly good but could be more available - the gym is too expensive particularly when the uni should be promoting exercise to maintain physical and mental health, not enough study space
All within walking distance though a big supermarket closer would be better.
Good but room for improvement especially in terms of the range of memberships offered - too much commitment is required financially to join more than one or two
Academic seems fairly good but requires being proactive which can be difficult in some circumstances. Personal is supposed to be good and probably is for people in a crisis but for those struggling on a regular basis waiting lists are endless for support like counselling so you just get referred elsewhere
Quite good - but quite tough at times. It's a lot harder than I thought it would be. For my course especially - there isn't much guidance or structure so it calls for a lot of self-study and independence. It's easy to fall behind or lose confidence
Could have more compulsory workshops
Most: consistent format Least: not very interactive
Student rep: quite poor, we never really get asked our opinions Facilities - good
Perfect - can't complain -
Yes - the uni is within walking distance of whatever a student might need
Really good variety - can't complain
Not very good