Home to the breathtaking views of the Jurassic Coast, Exeter is a cathedral city in Devon, England. It is one of the most vibrant, attractive, and historically interesting cities in England. The city is home to University of Exeter, Exeter College, and the University of Law Exeter Centre. It is also one of the four main sites of the University of Plymouth. The University of Exeter is ranked 163 globally and has around 22,085 students from more than 130 different countries, which makes finding student accommodation in Exeter quite difficult.
The universities in Exeter are not able to accommodate such a large number of students due to insufficient student hall, thereby giving rise to the demand of private student housing. These off-campus student home are located at a walking distance from the city’s top universities, so you can save both time and money on your daily commute.
Students joining any of the universities in the city and looking for a private student room should visit student accommodation websites to make an informed decision about the best student accommodation. All the properties offer fully-furnished rooms to ensure that all residents have a comfortable stay. Students can enjoy state-of-the-art amenities at their fingertips like fully-functional gyms, coin-operated laundries, bike storage, communal area, games room, cinema, courtyard, and more. These private student accommodations offer a wide variety of room types based on your budget and other preferences – student apartment, student flat, shared and en-suite room, as well as a student studio.
Exeter has a rich and long history, dating back to the arrival of the Romans in AD 50. Students can visit the award-winning Royal Albert Memorial Museum where they can explore the city’s 2,000-year history under one roof! Exeter is a vibrant cosmopolitan city and is renowned in the south-west for its independent arts scene. There are plenty of opportunities for adventure, as the city is surrounded by miles of countryside and located close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The city has a thriving food scene with cafes and teashops in charming historic buildings, restaurants and bistros offering great views and mouthwatering delicacies. You can also be a part of the popular annual markets and foodie events in the city, such as the annual Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink. All of this and more make Exeter a popular destination for students from around the world aspiring to start a new life in the city.