Theology and Religion
"This course is great because it allows you, whether you are somebody who follows a religion, or somebody who doesn't, to learn about the effects of religion on modern society, whilst also being able to to learn about the history of religion at the earliest stages of civilisation."
"Being a campus uni makes day to day life a lot more social. Everyone studies and works in the same place, you're bound to bump into to someone you know whilst walking to your next lecture. Also the sport and extra curricular scene is a massive part of the university life, one of the easiest ways to meet new people and start a new hobby. Exeter as a city is student dominated with plenty of student focused events and activities. However, drive 30 minutes outside the city and you can be at the beach or in the middle of Dartmoor."
"The lecturers are very good and they provide a lot of support. I feel like I can actually go to my lectures if I need help because they want to support us. Psychology also put on many peer mentoring sessions and extra groups of you are struggling."
Philosophy and Sociology
"It is very similar to Hurst and the campus makes it easy to get to know people"