University of Exeter

The University of Exeter was created in 1955 by the merger of St Luke's College, Exeter School of Science, Exeter School of Art and the Camborne School of Mines. It’s a member of the Russell Group of research-intensive universities and has four campuses, two in Exeter and two in Cornwall. It has 25,000 students including 5,450 international students from 140 countries.

Exeter features in the top 150 global universities in the QS World University Rankings 2022. It’s also in the top 20 UK universities ranked by The Complete University Guide and The Guardian and The Times/Sunday Times. It’s been the Sunday Times University of the Year and the Times Higher Education University of the Year in recent years.

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Excellence

The university has won the TEF Gold for teaching excellence while 98% of its research is of international quality, with 82% rated world-leading or internationally excellent.

Location

With three campuses set across Devon and Cornwall, the University of Exeter offers beautiful green scenery wherever you are studying, all close to stunning coastlines and beaches. It’s also very accessible for trips to London by train.

Top ranked schools and subjects

The University of Exeter’s Business School is 'triple crown' accredited (EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA). It is also top ranked for subjects such as Business, Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Computer Science and Data Science.

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The University of Exeter acceptance rate is 73%.

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    by QS

    149th

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    by THE

    174th

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    by GUARDIAN

    16th