The MSc in Environment and Human Health from Exeter University has been very instrumental in setting me on the right path to achieve my aspirations. Within a short time, the skills I honed during the programme have been brought to bear on a wide range of activities in Ghana and beyond. Read more

Gameli Adzaho, MSc Environment and Human Health

The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship is a prestigious award and it has given me the opportunity to study at one of the best universities in the UK. I have developed the skills to investigate contemporary public health inequalities, explore the effects of climate change, critically analyse evidence, and suggest potential solutions to policy makers. Read more

Chidinma Okoli, MSc Environment and Human Health

International students

With students from over 20 countries, academic staff of over 25 nationalities and colleagues in over 35 countries, we are a truly international Medical School.

We are recruit high quality students and staff from around the world and are actively investigating challenges in the provision of medicine and healthcare at both local and global levels.

Support

Our international students are given the support and assistance to ensure that their time with us is a success, from a meet and greet service on their arrival, to free in-sessional English language programmes. For more information about the services available to international students at the University of Exeter see the International Student Support Office website.

The Medical School has a dedicated International Student tutor who offers pastoral support and runs sessions with international students so that they can discuss and reflect on their experiences.

Our incoming international students also have the opportunity to team up with an existing student who acts as a mentor and source of advice on anything from tips about writing reflective essays to where to find the best shops and restaurants.

Find out more

Representatives of the University’s International Office regularly travel to different countries to meet with propective students, offer them advice about which programmes they are best suited for and answer any questions they may have. Details of their travel schedules and information about applications from different countries can be found on the In Your Country section of the International Office website.