University of Exeter

University of Exeter

University of Exeter

Best Locations for Student Accommodation:

  • Portland Street
  • Danes Road
  • Pinhoe
  • Polsoe
  • Old Tiverton Road
  • Sanford Walk
  • Prospect Park
  • St Johns Road
  • Union Road
  • Victoria Street (known as Vic Street)
  • Powerdeham Crescent
  • Longbrook Street
  • Queens Street
  • Sylvan


    As a compact city, it is easy to get around Exeter. You are able to walk to most places but if you’re travelling a bit further afield there are also a number of bus and coach services, with perhaps the most important being, the D bus runs between the Streatham Campus, the city centre, on to St Luke’s Campus, a Tesco superstore, and then comes right back. Exeter also has its own international airport, which provides a number of great transport links across the UK. Other excellent transport services include the two main train stations in Exeter, which are Exeter St Davids and Exeter Central.

    Parking and Permit Information:

    Parking permits are available for students. However, the majority of roads do not need a permit.

    Living in Exeter

    Exeter has a varied and popular nightlife with plenty of evening entertainment and lots going on throughout the year. The most popular clubs for students are located in the heart of the city. The most popular clubs for Exeter students include,Timepiece, Mosaic, Arena and Rococo’s. The University itself also hosts weekly student nights at the Lemmy on the Streatham Campus and the BOP on the St. Luke Campus. Alongside the nightclubs there are also a number of pubs for students to choose from. Within Exeter there is also a large variety of restaurants to choose from, with several of the popular chain restaurants available as well as a large number of smaller independent restaurants.

    Exeter has a huge variety of shops to offer. There are a number of key areas and each has its own unique quality. The Princesshay Quarter and the Cathedral Quarter both offer a different but old fashioned feel with independent boutiques coupled with restaurants and cafes. The High Street is where you will find an array of the most popular stores.Harlequins and Guildhall also house a number of High Street shops.

    Lastly, if you are looking for some independent quirky shops, which offer a range of different products, the places to visit is the West Quarter.


    If you are a fan of sport then Exeter is the place to be. Exeter is home to both Exeter City FC who currently play in League One and the Exeter Chiefs who play in the Rugby premiership. The football stadium is a short walk from the city centre whilst the rugby stadium is only a short bus journey away.

    Parking and Permit Information:

    Parking permits are available for students from the Local Council, however, the majority of roads do not need a permit.

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