Molly Dineen

Exeter's clinically driven course was particularly appealing due to the practical aspect included, the variety of teaching methods used and the early exposure to clinical practice.

Molly Dineen, BMBS Medicine

Undergraduate study

We offer programmes that develop the science and healthcare leaders of the future, who are socially accountable and committed to the service of patients and the public.

Our students are offered numerous opportunities to gain real-world experience, whether it is part of a professional training year placement on our Medical Sciences programme or as part of our BMBS programme, where students gain placement experience from the first few weeks of the programme.

International students

The University of Exeter is placed in the top 1% of universities in the world, as measured by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Student life

We have some of the most satisfied students in the UK - their opinions about the quality of their experience here have consistently put us in the top ten in the National Student Survey.