Why study an Arts course at the University of Exeter?

Art is an important part of culture at the University of Exeter, with celebrated works of art, an impressive sculpture walk, and the remarkable Bill Douglas Cinema Museum at the heart of its Streatham Campus.

  • One of the most well-equipped drama departments in the UK, featuring rehearsal studios fitted for lighting and sound, a costume and prop store, and a multimedia suite.
  • 79% of drama research is world-leading or internationally excellent (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
  • Through highly-ranked teaching and research into the arts, the University’s ‘Arts and Culture Strategy’ promotes international cultural relationships and communication.
  • Engage with Exeter’s thriving arts community throughout the city’s festivals, theatres, galleries and museums, including the University’s museum.
  • Graduates of arts courses at Exeter have gone on to work as: actors, producers, directors, stage managers, drama therapists, lecturers, marketing managers, and in events and entertainment.
83rd in the world for Arts and Humanities (Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2020)

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