If you’ve applied through UCAS and are very worried, or even absolutely certain that your exams did not go well at all, you might be looking into Clearing right now. It seems extremely uncertain and daunting, but what you can always do is call the universities you’re interested in attending and ask if you could talk to someone to discuss options with you. After you’ve received your results and are either unhappy with your options or haven’t received the grades needed for them, you’ll be going through Clearing. (more…)
Now that I have finished my second year down in Cornwall I thought it might be nice to share a small list of all the places that I enjoyed exploring so far.
If you are a student considering joining us down at the Penryn Campus and wondering what life down here is like, or if you are a current student and want some inspiration for what do and where to go on free time – then you’ve come to the right place. (more…)
More than two years ago, I had to make one of the most important decisions in my life – choosing a university.
I was not familiar with the whole English system, how it works, what UCAS is and what factors to look at while choosing universities – I didn’t know where to start.
As I was looking at Business or Economics degrees, I found out that the University of Exeter Business School was one of the Top 10 Business schools in the UK. I also noticed that the BSc Business programme requires students to do a work placement every year while doing the degree, which I thought was a great opportunity to enhance my employability.
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Here are 5 things you should know about doing Biosciences in Cornwall!
Here are my top 5 things you need to know about a Humanities degree at the University of Exeter.
1. Tremough house
Tremough house is one of the oldest buildings on the Penryn Campus. Some students have their lectures and tutorials in the house which was originally built in the 18th Century.
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