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Fact Sheet:
Housing: Dormitory, Shared Apt. Language Pre-requisite: none
Language of Instruction: English Language Courses Offered: Yes
Non-AU Students Accepted by AU:
No Internship: No
Advisor: Ethan Merritt Minimum GPA: 3
Class Level Required for Admission: Second-semester Sophomore standing
Program Type:
Direct Enrollment
Program Description:

Is this Program Right for You?

Exeter campusThe University of Exeter gives students great academics taught by knowledgeable professors in a one-of-a-kind campus environment through this direct enrollment program. Exeter, in southwest England, has something for everyone, and the University of Exeter offers a range of courses for every interest. In fact, Exeter is one of the most popular and prestigious universities in the UK with one of the most beautiful campuses.  The University is in a small British city with a college town setting in the countryside along the beautiful coast of southwest England only a few hours from London.  AU students can now join the thriving student body at Exeter and directly enroll to take courses. 

Studying in England is very different than what you might be used to.  Students are expected to study outside of class to retain a large portion of their subject matter.  Unlike universities in the United States, the majority of each student's grades in England is based on one or two large assignments or solely on the final test - not on class participation or attendance.  This study abroad experience will provides AU students an independent experience with the opportunity to get to know students from Britain and all over the world.


 

Scene at Exeter

Exeter logo
 

Academic Information

Courses

Exeter sceneAU students directly enroll at Exeter for either a semester or for a full year and earn full AU credit. A typical course load at Exeter is usually four courses which equates to 16 AU credits.  More information on the academic program at Exeter can be found here.

The University of Exeter has more than 15 departments that students can study with while abroad. These schools offer courses ranging from English literature to biological studies; from Italian to accounting.  Study abroad students can choose from a wide-range of courses from the Exeter's online course catalog.
 

Course Equivalency

View the Course Equivalency Database to find out which courses on this program have already been equated to AU courses. Please note that you are NOT limited to just these courses. Students will need to request equivalency for courses which have not been previously reviewed. Read more about the course equivalency process and how AU counts study abroad credits on our Courses and Credits page.

Scholarships

Students can apply if eligible for any additional scholarships provided through Exeter (NOTE - Exeter tuition fees do not apply to AU students).  Also, information on the AU Abroad Award and other scholarships can be found at the AU Abroad website.

Student Life

Life at Exeter

Exeter studentsThe University of Exeter is located in the charming Devon County. The campus is close to the beach and the beautiful countryside, as well as a small student-friendly city with plenty of things to do. International students will have the chance to live and study closely among British students during their time abroad.  More about student life at Exeter can be found at their website.

Housing and Meals

Students apply and pay for housing directly with Exeter.  Exeter has something for everyone, from catered Halls of Residence, self-catering flats and shared houses, to self-contained family flats.  More information on the various housing options can be found at the Exeter website.
 

Visa

There are two kinds of visas available to students studying in the UK: the Short Term Study visa and the Tier 4 Student visa.  Each visa type has different requirements and stipulations.  More visa guidance will be provided after acceptance to the program.  Each student is responsible for applying and obtaining the appropriate visa.



Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2017 10/05/2016
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Varies by program 01/16/2017 06/10/2017
NOTE: Please note these dates do not include orientation or exact exam times.
Academic Year 2017-2018 03/10/2017
**
Varies by program 09/18/2017 05/26/2018
NOTE: Program dates are tentative. Final dates will be confirmed upon acceptance into the program.
Fall 2017 03/10/2017
**
Varies by program 09/18/2017 01/13/2018
NOTE: Program dates are tentative. Final dates will be confirmed upon acceptance into the program.
Spring 2018 10/06/2017 ** Varies by program 01/08/2018 06/05/2018
NOTE: Program dates are tentative. Final dates will be confirmed upon acceptance into the program.

** The time it takes to receive an admissions decision varies greatly by program; it can take as little as two weeks or as long as several months. Contact AU Abroad for further details on your program's admissions timeline.

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