History, Affiliations & Rankings
The University of Exeter is a public research university that was established in 1838 as St Luke’s College. It was founded in 1955 when it received a royal charter. The university is based in the cathedral city of Exeter, South West England, UK. The University of Exeter is a member of the Russell Group combining excellent student satisfaction with world-class research output. It has over 23,500 students out of which around 4,555 are international students from 130 different countries.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
It has three campuses at Streatham, St Lukes and Penryn. Streatham campus, the largest site of the university, is the most populous campus of the university with over 18,000 students. The university ensures world-class campus facilities and services that include cafes and shops, car parking, cleaning, service help desk, sports facilities, transportation, events, security and more. The university is organised into six academic colleges: College of Life and Environmental Sciences; College of Medicine and Health; College of Social Sciences and International Studies; College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences; The Business School and College of Humanities.
Accomplishments & Alumni
Recently, the University of Exeter had a breakthrough in research in the treatment and identification of a new form of diabetes. It also met newer heights in research for the creation of the world’s lightest, flexible and most transparent conductor of electricity. The research focuses on fundamental issues faced by mankind today by developing methods to prevent disease through predictive biology with 200 scientists as manpower resources. To recognise the University of Exeter’s high-quality teaching, the TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework) has awarded Gold to the university. 98% of the university’s research was rated of international quality by a recent REF (Research Excellence Framework). The University of Exeter has an impressive list of alumni including J. K. Rowling, world-famous author of Harry Potter novels.
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