We welcome applicants who may not have come directly from school or college and who wish to return to education at different stages of their lives. The decision to enter higher education as a student can be a difficult one in terms of commitment and financial circumstances. We provide the support that students need to make the most of your time here at the University of Exeter.
For University applicants and admissions, it has been a fortnight like no other. We hope you and your students are all keeping well and have seen our posts on policies as they arise on our Facebook and Twitter accounts. We wanted to shine a light on a recent discussion led by our Assistant Director of Student Access, Recruitment and Admissions – Dr Katherine Lloyd Clark.
Katherine and Karl filmed an In Conversation special in response to the OfQual announcement concerning Centre Assessed Grades, and spoke through the implications for current applicants to the University of Exeter. Watch the video below.
IB results day is coming up, and we know that offer-holding students will want to get clarification as soon as possible. We have contacted all offer holders to inform them of our processes with IB results, but of course it’s useful for you to see this too!
We receive IB results from UCAS on Tuesday 7 July, and our admissions team will be processing them as quickly as possible. As an account holder, the University of Exeter views results via the IBIS website.
Important: Delays can happen if students have not requested that their data is shared with a University. If students are waiting for results confirmation and have not given permission for their results to be sent to UCAS, please advise them to contact IBIS International Baccalaureate Information System at giving permission to ‘Institute: 000789 – University of Exeter’ to view their results.
If students have not received a decision through UCAS track by Monday 13 July, please advise them to get in touch with our admissions team at:
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“I hope that the education, research, values and connections at Exeter will ensure that whatever your talent or passion you help change lives for the better”
Professor Sir Steve Smith Vice-Chancellor – June 2020
The need for innovative and thoughtful students to tackle the complex global challenges that lie ahead of us is now greater than ever. The opportunity to work with world-leading academics and potentially be part of this process is competitive and we hope to demystify this process. Read More