Where can I study?
Exeter is home to one university: the University of Exeter. The university provides places of study to over 15,000 students every year and is a public research university. The university is split across three campuses: Streatham and St Luke’s are both in Exeter while Tremough is in Cornwall. Streatham is the largest campus and is home to the majority of the universities students. The campus sits on a hillside and is known for its excellent views over Exeter city centre. Facilities at the campus include a medical centre, counselling service, halls of residence and several galleries. In 2005, Streatham campus opened the Xfi Centre, and the centre provides facilities for finance and investment students.
St Luke’s Campus is home to the Graduate School of Education, the largest of the universities academic schools. The Peninsula Medical School and the School of Sport are also housed within the campus. Facilities at St Luke’s include a restaurant, bookshop, swimming pool and an advanced conditioning studio.
The University of Exeter has a good reputation for academic excellence and consistently ranks within the top universities in the UK. In 2012, The Times Higher Education World University Rankings placed Durham 156th out of the top 400 universities in the world.