At the College of Humanities, we welcome students from around the world each year to our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
The College has around 270 international students from all corners of the globe, including the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Middle East, South East Asia and Africa.
Many of our staff are also from overseas and contribute to the College’s welcoming and cosmopolitan environment. We understand that as an International student, you will have particular needs for support and information before and after you arrive in the UK.
The University of Exeter’s International Office is a good source of information about studying in Exeter, entry requirements, the application process, funding, accommodation and other issues. Visit the International Office website for more details.
The majority of our programmes are offered at our Streatham Campus in Exeter, which has the reputation as one of the most beautiful campuses in the UK. The campus is just five minutes away from the city centre by bus, within easy reach of beautiful beaches, and located just over three hours away from London by train.
There are also opportunities to study English and History at undergraduate and postgraduate level at the university’s stunning £100 million Penryn Campus in Cornwall. Both our campuses are located in one of the safest areas of the UK.
Take a virtual tour of our Streatham Campus to see what the university has to offer. Visit the South West Tourism website or see the University’s web pages about the area for more information about Exeter, Devon and Cornwall.
English Kenyon/Exeter programme
For over 40 years, groups of students from Kenyon College, a liberal arts college in Ohio, US, have been coming to Exeter to study for a year as part of their degree programme in English. To find out more visit our English website.