Excellent shopping including the contemporary Princesshay shopping centre, the interesting and charming Gandy Street and the alternative West Quarter.
Enjoy an abundance of restaurants and new developments including the redevelopment of the Guildhall Centre into a £14 million dining quarter due to open in the New Year.
Exeter boasts a wealth of exciting nightlife and bars for students including live music venues, long standing nightclubs and popular pubs and many more!
Situated in the city centre the stunning Exeter Cathedral where we host our Graduation ceremony is surrounded by shops, cafes and restaurants.
Newly renovated and winner of Museum of the Year 2012, The Royal Albert Memorial Museum hosts world class collections and art exhibitions.
The city boasts a number of art, comedy and music performance venues such as Exeter Phoenix, Bikeshed, Northcott and Barnfield theatre, and SpaceX, Phoenix and RAMM galleries.
Sport fans can follow local teams of a wide range of sports including Exeter Chiefs – Home of Exeter’s Premier Rugby Club and hosts of the World Cup 2015, Exeter City FC - league two football club and hockey, golf, and cricket clubs.
Just outside the city centre is our historic quayside, with Outdoor Adventure Centre and water sports as well as cafés, restaurants and bars situated along the picturesque River Exe.
Being a student in Exeter means you can enjoy all aspects of city life, while being able to easily access the beautiful Devon countryside, scenic Devon coastline and take advantage of excellent transport links to London, Cornwall and the rest of the UK. Exeter has everything you could wish for.