INTO Exeter learning resource centre

More about the INTO Centre at University of Exeter


There are loads of different ways to learn at the INTO centre with a range of classrooms and learning spaces. Whether you’re enjoying a group debate in the lecture theatre or having a one-to-one tutorial session, the centre has everything you need right here.

Our classroom facilities include:

  • Multi-purpose lecture theatre
  • Tutorial rooms and classrooms
  • State-of-the-art IT
  • Language laboratories
  • Science laboratories
  • Two multimedia rooms for classes or independent learning

Want to study away from the campus? E-learning can also be a big part of your studies. You’ll have access to the University’s virtual learning environment. From here you can read lecture notes, go over previous exam papers and browse other useful content to help you out. It’s also a great place to have online discussions with your teachers and other students.


Learning Resource Centre

Head to the Learning Resource Centre for working on classroom assignments – you’ll find a collection of useful books and study materials to help you with your INTO course. Weekly magazines and journals are available too to help you keep up with current events, and there are even computers for you to use to help you with your studies.

Some of the facilities at the Learning Resource Centre include:

  • Language resources
  • Photocopying and scanning
  • Help with IT

Don’t forget you can also make use of the university’s seven libraries. Across University of Exeter’s three campuses there is a total of over 1.2 million books and journals. The main university library is located directly opposite the INTO centre and is open 24 hours a day during term time.


Student support

Whenever you feel like you need a helping hand, the INTO Centre provides a range of support services.

You’ll find support at every stage of your journey, from making the decision about which programme to choose to an airport pick-up service when you arrive in the UK and a 24-hour emergency telephone number. INTO University of Exeter achieved 91% student satisfaction for their support (INTO Exit Survey 2015).

Some of the services include:

  • 24-hour emergency telephone number
  • Orientation programme on student life in Exeter
  • Airport pickup service
  • Language advisers to help students with a low level of English communicate
  • Residential assistants within the student residences
  • Visa and immigration support
  • Support for students with disabilities

Remember, there will be residential assistants within the student residences to help answer any questions you may have and you can also take part in an orientation programme to help you settle in to student life in Exeter.



Looking for a snack or a hot drink? The café sits at the heart of the INTO centre and is a great place to have a coffee with friends or just pick up a quick bite to eat in between classes.

If you’re looking for something else, there’s a range of restaurants and cafes on the University campus, serving just about anything you fancy. And you’ll also find plenty of grocery stores close to the campus.

Student life at INTO University of Exeter