It’s only a few months away until you have to pack up your life and move to an entirely new place. Huge congrats to you if you’ve been accepted to study at University of Exeter! Now, it’s time for you to get excited and prepare yourselves for your university life. (more…)
A year ago I endured the long process of choosing and applying to universities, which you may be experiencing right now. I found it very overwhelming as there are countless universities that I could consider. But, in the end there could only be one that was perfect for me. What I found very helpful was to consider all possible aspects about the universities I’d applied for – ranging from the reputation of the University to available food! The result was me deciding to take BSc Business Economics at the University of Exeter. I could list many reasons for why I chose Exeter, but here are four primary reasons why:
Before I decided to study at Exeter, I wondered how difficult it would be to travel from Exeter. I worried that I might not be able to take advantage of living so close to Mainland Europe because of how far I thought I was going to be. But I was completely wrong, traveling to Mainland Europe from Exeter is just as easy as traveling from London. So if you are an international student worried about how Exeter may be “in the middle of nowhere”, I’m about to prove you wrong!
What if I told you that you are only 40 minutes away from this beautiful view?
Yes, go ahead, go buy your £5 return tickets to Teignmouth now! Before I moved to Exeter, I never expected to be so close to so many amazing hidden gems in the UK. Teignmouth is a small (but stunning) coastal town in Devon with long sandy beaches and great local food. It’s the perfect weekend getaway for those who need a break from deadlines.