University of Exeter has been ranked the 16th best in UK!
And we’re ranked third for Material Engineering
Exeter is the 16th best University in the UK, and third best for Material Engineering.
The Guardian 2021 University Guide has ranked Exeter as the 16th best University in the country. Its best subject ranking was Material Engineering, where the Uni ranked third. Exeter also performed well on continuation (the percentage of students who continue their course into second year), ranking sixth.
Exeter was given a score of 69.9/100, a score made up of rankings for student satisfaction, student/staff ratio, spend per student, employability, entry level and continuation.
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Hi everyone!! I’m Laura, a recent Medical Sciences with Professional Training Year graduate and I’m taking over the ExeterUniLife Instagram this week, giving you a bit of an insight into what my student life was like at Exeter 🧡 I finished my degree this summer (which explains the poorly edited picture of me with my dissertation on the University of Exeter rock) and after four years at Exeter, I’m really going to miss it! My course was split between Streatham and St Luke’s so I should be able to answer a lot of your questions about student life at both of the campuses in Exeter! During the week I’ll do some Q+A’s on the Instagram story, but please also feel free to comment on this post with any questions you have ☺️ . . . . . #universityofexeter #exeteruni #exeteruniversity #loveexeter
The University also placed in the top 10 for Classics, Religious Studies, English & Creative Writing, Earth and Marine Sciences and Biosciences.
Local rivals Plymouth placed 37 places below Exeter in 53rd, although sporting rivals Loughborough were nine ahead in seventh.
This year did see a slight decline for Exeter, having ranked six places higher in tenth last year.