University of Exeter

The University of Exeter is an open research college in Exeter, Devon, South West England, United Kingdom. The college was established, and received its Royal Charter in 1955, in spite of the fact that its ancestor foundations, the Royal Albert Memorial College and the University College of the South West of England, were set up in 1900 and 1922 respectively.

The University of Exeter combines world-class research with excellent student satisfaction at its campuses in Exeter and Cornwall. It is a member of the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities.

Accommodation
for International Students

  • Being in university residences enables you to make friends straight away. You will meet a diverse range of people from different backgrounds and cultures, studying a variety of degrees.
  • Please note that due to the high volume of applications received for particular residences, it is not always possible to allocate you to one of your preferences or to accommodation based on the Streatham campus.
  • In these circumstances the information you have provided on your application form will be used as a guide for the type of accommodation we will offer you.
  • Accept an academic offer and make the University of Exeter your firm choice – undergraduate students only.
  • Pay your tuition fee deposit – postgraduate students only.
  • Know your University of Exeter Student ID Number (see the information given below).
  • Have a valid email account/address which you will be able to access after your arrival at university. Do not use your current school/college/university email address as these may become inactive when you leave.
  • Read and understand which students are guaranteed accommodation.
  • You don’t have to live in university-owned or managed accommodation during your first year – if you prefer, you can search for private accommodation within the city.

Living in Exeter

Exeter is a peaceful, scenic city surrounded by stunning countryside and coastal views. In addition to its rich history, there’s a large student population, a vibrant atmosphere and lots of fun things to do – so students living in Exeter will always be entertained.

In the heart of the South West, this friendly and inviting city has both ancient landmarks and modern amenities. You’ll discover the Exeter Quayside – a popular riverside destination to relax in the sun, eat good food, shop in independent stores and go on boat trips – as well as a Gothic Cathedral, Roman ruins and cobbled streets.

More Info?

Get more information on studying at the University of Exeter. Find out more about our application process and answers to general information about our programs and procedures.