Congratulations on securing your place to study with us. We wish you every success in your forthcoming studies and we look forward to working with you over the coming years.
Induction Week activities take place in September to welcome you to the University of Exeter. The information provided here will be updated as new details are released. Should you have any questions about your induction or starting your studies with us, please contact Info at St Luke's. You will find them in South Cloisters, St Luke’s Campus or you can contact them on Tel: +44 (0)1392 724837 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your online academic induction course will help you learn more about the university and what to expect during your time as a student at Exeter. We recommend you take some time to access the online induction in the weeks leading up to your arrival at Exeter. Find out more
Welcome Week is your chance to get the year off to a great start by getting involved with a wide range of opportunities and events, including our societies. Find out what's on and what to expect on the Students' Guild website.
The Freshers’ Fair is your chance to speak to a range of societies and sports clubs, find out about some of the amazing opportunities available to you, and soak up the atmosphere on campus! Coming to the fair is a brilliant way to get involved with everything on offer.
If you’ve received an offer to start one of our programmes in January, we’ll be in touch with you later in the year with details of your induction activities and what you need to do to register with us at the University of Exeter.
We’re delighted to welcome you to our thriving community of the brightest and best students and professionals, all committed to world-class research, and training future leaders in healthcare and academia. Please rest assured that we are committed to your safety, as well as your learning, development and wellbeing. During your time with us, we will support you and equip you with the skills you need to fulfil your potential and to lead in your chosen field.
Most importantly, we hope you enjoy your time with us, and make the most of the wealth of career and life enhancing opportunities on offer.
Professor Richard Holland
Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the University of Exeter Medical School