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2nd February 2018
Absolutely shocking excuse of a university. The course is awful. The place is awful. You’re treated like children. Would not recommend.
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Abbey Turner

7th February 2018
Campus is a great place to learn new thing and to socialise with students.the facilities are a great why to
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1st February 2018
Very good university diverse peopl and intriguing course! Safe with good society’s and sports clubs!
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Asha Rama

27th January 2018
Exeter is a good boi would 0.5/10 recommend it to a friend cos it's a very good boi. Very white middle class. The course was badly organised and everyone was a sad boo.
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6th February 2018
Facities are Exeter university are simply amazing. Everybody is able to find what he or she needs. You can work almost everywhere, the sport park is a new building suitable for all sports. Also, the library is a great place with many rooms for working in group. Staffs are really helpful when you need support . I definitely recommend it .
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9th February 2018
It’s very good, has everything I want An need and there is so many think to do, the campus is also great An wouldn’t change it, have made loads of new friends aswell
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5th February 2018
Great campus and uni experience with a fab student community. Excellent facilities and also a really good location - city and surrounding areas are lovely
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24th January 2018
Good university, campus is great unless you study medicine, in which case you will be trapped in the tiny shabby St Luke’s campus.
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Kirsty England

7th February 2018
Loads of food places, wide range of courses, new and fancy buildings eg forum and business school. Good shuttle for those who live further away.
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Doesn’t consider those with poorer backgrounds, very entitlist environment
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Massive hills to all lecture halls with no lifts
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7th February 2018
I haven't been a student for long but so far the university seems to be great. My accomodation is nice but very far away from the university which is the worst thing about it. So far.
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29th January 2018
Top class sport faculties no.1 sport uni for a while. Sport and exercise science degree is really good, quality lectures and sport equipment to use.
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30th January 2018
The staff in my uni is really helpful. They changed my program for me and provide fully support for my academic all the time.
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16th November 2017
The sport's societies in Exeter are absolutely great, possibly the best thing about the student experience. They organise great nights out and the training facilities are normally very good. Although Exeter doesn't have the best nightlife, it just has one or two clubs which are marginally good, but most students grow to love them. The facilities are pretty average, I would say very good for law and business but possibly not as good for some science degrees. The bar (The Ram) on site is pretty standard and is everything you'd expect from a student union bar. The on site club, The lemmy, however, is gross. I wouldn't say the organisation or careers services are pretty good, and the university is very strict with deadlines and assessments. There is definitely a bit of a rich man's culture at the university, so often students from poorer incomes can be left feeling quite out of place. The accommodation is nice, but very expensive.
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Would not encourage less wealthy students to go here, everything is so expensive and you can be left out as everyone else is downing Moet.
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Provide a good wellbeing service, however sometimes don't pay attention to it very well in terms of course studies.
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16th November 2017
This Campus is Breathtaking both for the modern buildings and the old. The facilities are all very good especially the library and many other study arias. It is also the greenest campus I have ever set eyes on with some places feeling really bucolic. The grounds are clean and it is a peaceful place to live.
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Always there to help with a professional, unjudgmental and discreet manner
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I am a french student and the amount of support I have received is amazing with, english lessons, socials and the help of the support team I felt at home straight away.
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A part from the many hills of exeter th university provides great accessibility for disabled students.
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1st December 2017
Fantastic campus, excellent people, beautiful town. Great location for a university, especially if you're into watersports! Very good courses with great teachers, and an excellent careers section to really help you if you're looking for internships/fulltime jobs.
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16th November 2017
Campus is nice, very green and pretty, but there are a lot of hills! There's also a serious lack of study space in the main campus areas, especially around exam time. The careers services are extensive and they do offer help for a variety of fields, which is really useful.
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16th November 2017
Such a friendly, beautiful and homely campus. It has excellent facilities across the board; with a mixture of old historic buildings and new modern state of the art buildings. There is a wide range of eateries and cafes, and there is always something going on in the forum or on forum hill to give you a nice break from your studies. Being set in a relatively small, town-like city, it is easy to feel comfortable and at home in Exeter very quickly. Everything is walking distance and its warmer down South, so win-win. Just a 30 minute train ride to the beach too is ideal for when summer term finally comes around.
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Excellent health services, far more efficient than any I have encountered at home. Easy to be seen quickly with plenty of walk in opportunities.
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16th November 2017
Lovely campus but eating facilities could be subsidised more. Fantastic careers services. Could be more study space.
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Jacob Calvo Penfold

15th November 2017
Very scenic and pretty campus, course is difficult but at the right level as well teaching being overall at a very high level.
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Jacob Calvo Penfold

15th November 2017
Very scenic and pretty campus, course is difficult but at the right level as well as teaching being overall at a very high level. Careers advice has been very useful and given me opportunity to discover what to apply for next year.
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