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We welcome International students from all over the world and offer dedicated academic and pastoral support to help your transition to higher education in the UK.
International postgraduate students
We welcome a large number of students from around the world each year on to our postgraduate programmes. The College has a thriving community of more than 400 International students studying at undergraduate and postgraduate level. They come from all corners of the world including North America, Africa, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia. Many of our staff are also from overseas and contribute to the College's welcoming and cosmopolitan environment.
Academic and pastoral support
We understand that as an International student, you will have particular needs for support and information after you arrive in the UK. To help you make the most of your academic programme we offer a series of study skills sessions for our postgraduate students, in conjunction with the University’s Education Enhancement Unit. These sessions are designed to help international students understand what we expect of you here at postgraduate level. The sessions are particularly useful for students who come from countries with different academic cultures and practices but are designed to be interesting and useful wherever you come from.
The University of Exeter’s International Student Support Office is a good source of information about studying at the University of Exeter, entry requirements, English language support, the application process, funding, accommodation and other issues. Visit the International Office website for more details.
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