University of Exeter
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About University of Exeter
The University of Exeter is one of the fastest-rising, fastest-growing universities in the UK. We deliver an inspiring first class education, and provide you with the skills necessary for a successful career.
We are committed to providing an inclusive environment that caters for all students, staff and visitors. We have an ongoing redevelopment programme and have invested heavily on the infrastructure of all three of our campuses to ensure that we can offer state-of-the-art facilities for all.
The University’s AccessAbility and Wellbeing services offer advice and assistance to students with disabilities and health conditions, providing them with every opportunity to succeed and progress to graduation. Staff have expertise in, and experience of, supporting students with specific support requirements, including specific learning difficulties, physical disabilities, physical and mental health conditions.
We welcome applicants, students, staff and visitors with disabilities, and are pleased to be working with AccessAble to provide you with accurate information about access to our facilities.
For further information regarding the University’s services and facilities for disabled people please click here.