College students Roger, Holly and James discuss the transition from school to university study.
The College offers degree programmes across the breadth of scientific disciplines we encompass. Our undergraduates can chose to specialise in a single subject, undertake a multidisciplinary science degree or a combination with other subjects in the University including management, business and finance.
Many of our degrees are offered as either a four-year or three-year programme, with the four-year variants offering you the opportunity to study at an advanced level, undertake a year industrial placement or a year studying abroad. We are also proud to offer a number of professionally accredited programmes of study.
Explore our diverse range of undergraduate degrees:
- Computer Science
- Mining and Minerals Engineering
- Natural Sciences
- Physics and Astronomy
- Renewable Energy
Our Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics and Astronomy degrees are taught at the Streatham Campus in Exeter. Teaching and learning is enhanced by cutting-edge facilities including 3D visualisation and rapid prototyping, a £1m supercomputer, ultra fast lasers, nano-fabrication, a helium liquefier and an astronomical observatory.
The Geology, Mining and Minerals Engineering, Renewable Energy and Mathematics and the Environment degrees are taught at the Penryn Campus in Cornwall. World-class learning facilities include an underground test mine, £2 million analytical mineralogy labs and an automated QEMSCAN scanning electron microscope; the first in any university worldwide.
Research-led and enhanced by strong links with industry
Strong industrial links enhance all our undergraduate degrees, with opportunities to undertake shorter placements, industrially-driven projects and field work provided where relevant to the subject.
Our teaching is led by our research, with modules reflecting the current research of our leading academics. Through a diverse choice of optional modules, you are able to tailor your degree to match your personal interests and individual career aims.
Full information about how to apply, student support and what it’s like to study at Exeter can be found on the University’s Studying website.