Good luck in your exams!

With exams beginning today, we wanted to wish everyone good luck through this season. We’ve got plenty of events, resources and refreshments for you, whatever stage you are at! Take a look at our Exam De-stress page for all of our events, revision tips and information including mitigation.

What's on:

Revision Clubs – we’ve got space set out in the Greenhouse(Devonshire House) and G48(South Cloisters) where you can find revision tools, wellbeing resources as well as snacks to keep you going through your study sessions!

Breakfast Club – start the day right with a free breakfast! And also some space to get a few revision tasks ticked off.  

Quiet Study - join us in the Greenhouse for dedicated quiet space when you need to focus.

£2 Meal – don’t forget you can fuel up for less with a hot meal for just £2 at Cross Keys and Super Savour Kitchen (Devonshire House).


Resources for you:

Has something come up meaning you can’t attend, or have missed an exam? You will need to apply for evidence-based mitigation, and you must apply for mitigation within 24 hours of your exam. Find out more details here. If you are worried and want to talk to someone about your attendance at your exams, contact your Hub/Info Point.

Our friendly Advice team can also offer guidance and support.

Where to get support:

We know that this can be an incredibly stressful time, but we really encourage you to talk to someone if you are struggling with your mood, concentration or feeling overwhelmed. Help is available, and you and your health are more important than any exam grades.

Here are some places to go for support:

University Wellbeing Services – free guidance and support

Shout – text 85258 to speak with trained volunteers. This service is available 24/7

Samaritans – a 24/7 confidential listening and support service, call 116 123 (it’s free)

Exeter Student Nightline - open 20:00 - 08:00, a confidential and anonymous listening and information service for students at the University of Exeter

What to do after exams?

Although you might already have plenty of summer plans lined up, don’t leave Exeter just yet! We’ve got loads of trips coming up in June and July as part of Give it a Go.

24 – 26 May we’re hosting ExeFest, our on-campus music festival! See what’s on

Now we’re finally getting some nicer weather, it’s time to visit some of Devon’s best beaches and attractions! Is Exmouth your go-to? Why not try Dawlish or Teignmouth too!

Study spaces on Streatham – rated!
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