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Study Abroad Office

Montana State University
P.O. Box 172260
400 Culbertson Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717-2260
studyabroad@montana.edu

 

Heather Dolan - Study Abroad Program Assistant

Tel: (406) 994-7151
studyabroad@montana.edu

 

Anna Greenberg - Study Abroad Advisor and Outreach Coordinator

Tel: (406) 994-7151
Fax: (406) 994-1619
anna.greenberg@montana.edu

 

Susan Welker - Study Abroad Manager

Tel: (406) 994-5719
Fax: (406) 994-1619
swelker@montana.edu

 

Alyson Roberts - CCIS Advisor and Coordinator

Tel: (406) 994-7044
Fax: (406) 994-1619
alyson.roberts@montana.edu

 

England

Exeter, England Study Abroad Program
University of Exeter
Country: England
Location: Exeter
Language: English
Level(s): Undergraduate and Graduate
Subjects: Most majors See Academic Program section
Length: Academic year or semester
Cost: MSU tuition plus room and board in the host country
Deadline: March 1 to attend the next fall semester or academic year October 1 to attend the next spring


Program Overview

Situated in beautiful southwest England, the University of Exeter has more than 15,000 students of whom 11,500 are undergraduates. Exeter has a long history of welcoming international study abroad students into its faculties. Currently there are nearly 300 visiting students at the University and a total international student body reaching 2,200.

The university now has three sites, two in Exeter and one at Tremough in Cornwall. The majority of students study on the Streatham campus which is built around a country estate overlooking Exeter. The campus is one of the most beautiful in the country with lakes, parkland, woodland and gardens with many rare species of plants and trees. It offers a safe and enjoyable environment for study. The Streatham Campus is compact with teaching buildings, the athletic facilities, library, shopping center, restaurants and bars all within walking distance of each other.

 For a video overview of the university, click here.

Academic Program

Comprehensive in nature, the University of Exeter offers a variety of academic opportunities for visiting students. Undergraduate students study in the following broad areas: humanities, social sciences, and science & engineering. Students can study in subjects such as business and economics, biosciences, psychology, classics and ancient history, engineering, math and law. The University of Exeter also has an excellent Arabic and Islamic studies and language program, with emphasis in Middle East politics, Arabic language and literature, and Islam in the modern world. For a complete list of classes offered by the university visit the following website:
http://www.exeter.ac.uk/studyabroad/

Language of Instruction

All courses are taught in English.

Eligibility

Students who have completed one full academic year of university level work at MSU with a 3.0 GPA by the time they begin studies at the University of Exeter are eligible



 

Academic Credit

Credit will be awarded at MSU for all courses taken and passed at the University of Exeter. The student's academic advisor at MSU and the MSU Registrar, in consultation with the Office of International Programs, will determine how these credits will apply to degree course requirements. Students are urged to work closely with these offices prior to departure to plan a course of studies that will maintain steady progress toward their degree.

Location

Exeter is situated in the southern corner of England, about 200 miles south west of London, but only 9 miles from the coastal town of Exmouth. If you get tired of the city, some of the most stunning countryside in Britain is right on your doorstep. The coastal areas enjoy long sandy beaches perfect for sailors, swimmers, water skiers, windsurfers, kite surfers, and sunbathers. The wild scenery of the national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor provides an exciting challenge for hikers, climbers, horse riders, cyclists, and other sports enthusiasts. In addition the gentler landscapes of rolling hills, rivers, and attractive market towns and villages are perfect for exploring at a leisurely pace.

Exeter has a population of around 122,000 and is consistently rated in national surveys as one of the best places to live in the UK. The city center is only a 15-minute walk away from the university, so Exeter combines the virtues of a campus and a city-center university. The city is steeped in history; the best known building in Exeter is the Cathedral which was consecrated in 1133 and rebuilt in the late medieval period. Close by is the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. From there, it is a short walk along a cobbled street, which has many interesting shops, to the Exeter Phoenix, a thriving center for the arts in Devon. The Guildhall in the High Street is the oldest civic building in the country; Moll's Coffee House and the Ship Inn were favorite haunts of Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh. It is easy to reach Bristol, London and the rest of the country through rail and motorway links from Exeter. London is just 2.5 hours away by high speed train.

Cost and Included Benefits

Students receiving exchange placements at the University of Exeter will pay tuition at MSU in the same amount as if studying in Bozeman. Each student is responsible for his/her room and board at the University of Exeter, as well as trans-Atlantic travel expenses. Several scholarships are available for students planning to study abroad. Remember to plan for extra expenses such as internal travel and personal spending money as well as for unexpected changes in the exchange rate.

Financial Aid

Financial aid may be available for study abroad at the University of Exeter. Additional costs for study at the University of Exeter (e.g. travel to and from the study site) may be used in calculating student's financial aid package. Students are responsible to apply to the Office of Financial Aid.

Application

Applications are available in the Office of International Programs at 400 Culbertson Hall. Non-MSU students may contact Anna Greenberg(studyabroad@montana.edu), to request application information.

Deadline

Applications are due in the Office of International Programs on October 1 for the following spring semester and March 1 for the following fall semester and academic year.

 

Additional Information

For additional information contact:

Anna Greenberg
Study Abroad Advisor
Office of International Programs
400 Culbertson Hall
Phone: 994-7151
E-mail: studyabroad@montana.edu

For more information about the University of Exeter:
www.exeter.ac.uk/studyabroad