The University of Exeter will stop recruiting students for the English course at the Penryn Campus from 2021, in view of its closure.
What could I buy with £9,250? I couldn’t buy a car, but considering my lack of a license and the small insignificant detail of having failed my test four times, I’m okay with that. I couldn’t buy a house, but who the heck can nowadays? But I could buy my course books, El Balneario and La […]
Earlier this week one of my history seminars was cut short; our Professor let us leave 40 minutes early from a two-hour session, one of the two in an eight contact-hour week. We’d discussed everything we needed to, he said. Getting let out of class early for most is a god-send, a blessed excuse to head […]
Like many other humanities students, I am faced with very few contact hours in return for my staggeringly steep tuition fees. The rare time that I do spend in seminar rooms and lecture theatres is prepared for with numerous books and articles. Whilst this may be the nature of the course, as one largely dependent […]
Exeter University has been ranked 161st in the QS World University Rankings, maintaining its position from last year. The QS World University Rankings is the largest international league table and places are allocated according to indicators such as academic and employer reputation. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, Professor Sir Steve Smith, said: “This latest ranking […]