Central Living, Exeter

Paris St, Exeter, EX1 2JY, United Kingdom
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£191
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0.8 mi from Exeter College
0.8 mi from City Center( 19m. 13m. 5m)
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city center | 0.6 mi
Exeter College | 0.7 mi
University of Exeter | 1.0 mi
Plymouth Marjon University | 33.2 mi
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Games area
Games area
Widescreen TV
bills included
Communal lounge
laundry facility

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About the Property

Central Living Exeter, located at Paris St, Exeter, EX1 2JY, UK, is a prime choice for student accommodation due to its accessibility and variety of living options. Students can choose from an array of room types, including ensuites and studios, all tailored to meet diverse preferences and needs. Central Living Exeter student accommodation stands out for its proximity to educational institutions; Exeter College and the prestigious University of Exeter are both within easy reach, solidifying its status as a convenient and desirable living space for students.

Exeter, a historic city with a modern flair, offers a vibrant student life paired with cultural richness. Renowned as an educational hub, the city hosts a significant student population, enhancing its lively atmosphere and dynamic community. Exeter Central Living places students at the heart of this, with close access to city attractions and amenities. The history-steeped city, coupled with its favourable student rankings, makes Exeter an ideal setting for academic pursuits. Besides the academic realm, the city's inviting environment, full of local eateries, boutiques, and parks, adds to its appeal. Throughout the year, Exeter hosts various events and festivals, including the Exeter Food and Drink Festival, Exeter Respect Festival, and the annual Christmas Market, which draws visitors from all over the region. Exeter is well-connected by road, rail, and air. It has a main railway station, Exeter St Davids, providing regular services to London and other major cities. Exeter Airport offers flights to various UK and European destinations. With amenities like a games area, lounge, and wifi, and being proudly provided by CRM, Exeter Central Living is not just a place to stay; it's a place to live and thrive in one of the UK's most cherished student cities.

Features

At Central Living Exeter, convenience and comfort are the cornerstones of the student accommodation experience. With a variety of room types, including the 4-bed large Premium En-suite, 9-bed Classic En-suite, 6-bed Deluxe En-suite, and spacious Studio, there's an option to meet each student's preference and style. Each room is fully furnished with a 3/4 size double bed with under-bed storage for extra convenience. Each room is equipped with a study desk and a desk chair to create an ideal environment for studying. Ample storage is provided with a wardrobe, drawers, and multiple storage shelves. For added convenience, there are coat hooks on the door, and bedside plug sockets for easy access to charging devices. The keyless entry system ensures secure and hassle-free access, while window blinds offer privacy and control over natural light.

Central Living Exeter offers a vibrant living experience featuring a games area for socializing and entertainment. Residents can relax in the communal lounge or catch up on their favourite shows with a widescreen TV. Practical amenities include on-site laundry facilities and secure bike storage for convenience. Staying connected is effortless, with free Wi-Fi and broadband throughout the property. Safety and security are prioritized with 24/7 CCTV, secure door entry, on-site security, and on-site management, ensuring a comfortable and secure environment. Utilities like water, electricity, heating and Wi-Fi are rent-inclusive.

Location and What's Hot?

At Central Living Exeter, the hustle and bustle of student life becomes a breeze with vibrant local amenities surrounding the property. Education is not far behind with premier institutions; get ready for a short stroll to Exeter College and for those studying at the University of Exeter, it's just a heartbeat away—ensuring you spend less time commuting and more time experiencing student life. The location is just spot-on for food enthusiasts, with an array of gastronomical delights ready to tantalise your taste buds.

Indulge in local flavours at Dee Yi and JP CHEESECAKES, or enjoy the cosy ambience at EXE Coffee Roasters. For days when the kitchen is too much work, bistros such as The Glorious Art House are a must-visit. When it's time to stock up on essentials, grocery stores such as Waitrose are conveniently located just outside your door.

Health and wellness are covered, too, with medical facilities such as Heavitree Hospital offering peace of mind. Meanwhile, green spaces like Northernhay Gardens provide the perfect escape from the city's pace—a serene spot for studying or a quick jog. For the culturally inclined, Exeter Cathedral and Exeter's Underground Passages offer a glimpse into the city's rich heritage, all within an easy walk from Central Living Exeter. Exeter's nightlife is irresistible for social butterflies, with popular hubs like Monkey Suit Bar offering the perfect backdrop for memorable evenings with friends. Given these conveniences, Exeter Central Living stands as not only a place of residence but also a gateway to an immersive student experience in Exeter.

Commute

For students residing at Central Living Exeter, getting around the city is a breeze, thanks to the excellent local transport links. Embracing the essence of convenience and connectivity, residents have access to an array of public transport options right on their doorstep. The nearby Exeter Central Station offers swift and efficient rail services. At the same time, the comprehensive bus network can be accessed via Exeter Coach Station and Sidwell Street (Stop 18), ensuring seamless travel to and from the university campuses, shopping districts, and beyond.

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Games area
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Secure bike storage
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the Holding Deposit and what happens to it?

Property asks you to pay a Holding Deposit to secure your room. When your tenancy commences, the Holding Deposit will convert into a refundable Security deposit. All deposits are registered with TDS which is a government accredited Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme provider. At the end of your tenancy a final inspection of your room will be carried out prior to your move out and if any deductions are required they will be discussed with you at this point. Assuming the room and its belongings are in the same condition as when you moved and you have provided your bank details within property Portal you will get your deposit back within 10 working days. If you cancel your room booking within 14 days of your Accommodation Offer then you will be entitled to a full refund. After 14 days, the Holding Deposit is non-refundable*. *not applicable for bookings made at properties in Scotland.

Is there an age limit for booking?

Property only accept bookings if you are over 18, with the exception of properties in Scotland where you must be 16 or over. This is due to the legally binding tenancy agreement that every tenant is required to sign when living at Property. They also can only accept people in full time education.

Do you provide female only accommodation?

Property do provide female only accommodation in some of their schemes but it is not guaranteed that this will be possible. Please speak to the site team to find out more information.

Can I choose who I live with?

Property’s are more than happy to accommodate groups as well as individuals. Where you're not booking in a group, they understand your flat mates will be key to your experience so when you book as an individual, property will ask you a series of questions to help us to match you with the perfect flat mates.

Am I allowed to have guests?

Yes. It is your home so you are allowed to have guests visiting you.

Is there always a member of staff available?

Their standard office hours are between 10am 5pm. Out-of-office hours are also supported by emergency contacts.

Are there social events organized for the residents?

Absolutely! They want their community to suit you, so they wont force you to come to their events but you are always welcome. If you have your own suggestions for them even better.

Can I bring my own electrical equipment for cooking, i.e. rice cooker?

No we do not advise you to bring your own electrical cooking equipment for health and safety reasons.

Who cleans the room and the communal area?

The students are responsible for their own rooms and communal kitchen within the flat. All other rooms and communal areas are cleaned by the site cleaner.

Can I smoke in the accommodation?

Smoking is not allowed within the accommodation, however there is a designated smoking area outside the building.

What happens if I don't get on with my new flat mates? Can I swap rooms?

If you are having any issues please contact the Accommodation team in the first instance, we will do all we can to help. In exceptional circumstances it may be possible to move you; however we would look to resolve any issues with you all.

What if something in my flat breaks or isn't working?

Drop us an email or pop into the office to let us know, our on-site Maintenance team will be able to deal with most things.

Can I have pets?

No pets are permitted under the term of the tenancy agreement.

Can I have my groceries delivered to site?

Yes. Groceries can be delivered to the reception area, but you are to ensure that you are available to take receipt of the delivery. Delivery drivers are not to be given access to the flats.

Is contents insurance included?

Some of our accommodation include contents insurance with Endsleigh. By partnering with Endsleigh , the No.1 student insurance provider, we've arranged contents insurance for all our students staying with us in our residence at no cost to you. It is important to find out exactly what you are covered for, as you may find that the contents cover is not sufficient and you need to extend it to protect all of your possessions both inside and outside of your room.

Do I have Wi-Fi?

Yes, Wi-Fi is included in your rent. You'll also have a broadband connection in your room on your desk.

Why do I need a Guarantor?

All students who wish to pay their rent by using an instalment plan are required to provide a qualified UK Guarantor. This provides us with the security and knowledge that the rent will be paid in full if you were to default on payment.

What does being a Guarantor mean?

By agreeing to be a Guarantor you are signing a legal document stating that you agree to pay the rent and guarantee the behaviour of the resident if they default. Please do not sign this agreement if you do not wish to take on this responsibility.

What is Housing Hand?

Housing Hand provide a guarantor service for both International and UK students who do not have a suitable or qualifying UK guarantor.

Can you explain more about the relationship between Housing Hand and property?

Housing Hand works in partnership with property to stand as your UK rental guarantor. Property requires all students to have a guarantor if you are not able or willing to pay your rent in full for the year. If you choose the instalment plan option and can provide your own UK guarantor, providing they qualify, then you do not need to use Housing Hand. If you choose the instalment plan option and cannot provide a UK guarantor, then Housing Hand will be able to provide this service for you.

How much does the service cost with Housing Hand?

Housing Hand charges a one off fee that you will either pay up front at the start of your tenancy or monthly (if on a 12 month contract). For students the fee will be between 60-95% of your monthly rent with the minimum price starting at 295 for 12 months cover. The exact cost depends on your personal details and several factors including the amount of your rent, you will be given a no obligation quote for the cost of the service on application.

What are the payment options for international students?

Housing Hand charges a one-off fee that you can either pay up front before the start of your tenancy or in 8 instalments (if on a 12-month contract) For students the fee will is 60% of your monthly rent with the minimum price starting at 295 for 12 months cover. The exact cost depends on your several factors including the amount of your rent, you will be given a no obligation quote for the cost of the service on application.

I have booked a room but failed to obtain a visa, can I cancel my booking?

Yes you are entitled to cancel your booking but we will need you to provide proof for this.

What's provided in the bedroom? Do I need to bring my own bedding?

Facilities and features can vary; typically you are provided with a bed, a study with a desk and a chair, bookshelves, wardrobe and plenty of storage. Bedding is not provided with each room as most of our students prefer to bring their own, however you can order bedding and kitchen utensils from our friends UniKitOut to be delivered to your room prior to your move in.

Can you arrange an airport pick up service?

Most sites will be more than happy to arrange an airport pick up service for you. You just need to let us know your name, arrival date and time and your flight number, well then arrange the transport for you. Please ensure you have enough UK Sterling to pay the taxi fare and check with your chosen property first.

Can I move in before my contract starts?

It is possible but it depends on each scheme. We would advise you to check with the accommodation team before you make any arrangements.

Can I stay over the summer?

Most of our sites offer summer stays. Please check with the accommodation team for further information.

What time can I arrive?

This depends on the scheme you will be living in. Please contact the accommodation team via the online contact form or email the site directly.

Is there somewhere to park when we are unpacking?

If you are travelling via car on move in day we will inform you in advance whether theres a drop off bay on site for you to off load any suitcases or belongings, or we will send you the location of the nearest car park. Its important to book your move in slot with us in advance so that we can make sure these resources are available to you on the day.

I will be arriving out of hours on move in day, is this okay?

They understand that sometimes students will need to arrive outside of arrival hours. They ask for you to contact their Accommodation Team at the earliest possible opportunity to ensure that they can provide all the necessary information and ensure that they have got everything ready for your arrival. For example they need to ensure that they have received all relevant documentation, the booking fee and first instalment before they can move anybody in.

Who will I meet on move in day?

It might not be a manager who will be there for the check-in however the Accommodation Team will always aim to introduce themselves at the earliest opportunity so you know who they are.

Can I move out early?

Yes but you will still have to pay rent for the full length of your agreed tenancy, even if you no longer live at your accommodation.

When something is broken or doesn't work, how does my son/daughter report maintenance?

In the event that something is broken or doesn't work in any part of the accommodation, the student needs to report the issues to the accommodation office who will escalate it accordingly. We have maintenance wizards that work full or part time on site depending on the property. They are there for the hour of need replacing light bulbs, blown fuses, blocked showers etc. We do also work with local contractors for isolated issues. Your son/daughter will always be given at least 24 hours notice if a maintenance operative or contractor needs to access their room. We always offer for the maintenance operative/contractor to be escorted for the jobs entirety if necessary.

How to communicate with us?

We know it can sometimes be unsettling when your son/daughter leave home for the first time, despite it being one of the proudest moments we understand it can be hard. As parents its natural to worry, we find a common one is our students not responding to phone calls or e-mails as quickly as they might have done at home. We always respect that all our students are responsible adults and are sensitive to respecting their privacy, however we appreciate that some situations can be distressing. We therefore always encourage all our parents to contact the accommodation team by phone or e-mail (details available on your relevant scheme page) if you have any concerns regarding your son/daughter. A member of the accommodation team will pop over to their room to give a friendly knock on the door to check everything's okay. If there's any reason why we aren't able to support your concern we will always try to direct you to the appropriate department at the University/College.

Can students have post and parcels delivered?

They are proud to offer a postal service during office hours within our schemes. They always communicate the postal process to our students when they move in, however they will always make every effort to ensure that your daughter/son gets their mail safely. They always asks for students to inform the staff if they are expecting a recorded or special delivery for the site team to ensure that someone is available for the delivery. They also always ask for the student to bring some ID for when they come to collect the parcel. They recognise that the students can’t always come down themselves; they are flexible with friends picking up parcels however the student needs to contact the accommodation team to let them know in advance. They cannot be liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from accepting mail on students behalf. Although they will make every effort to ensure the students get their mail safely, they will not be responsible if recipients fail to collect their deliveries, packages are stolen or damaged due to circumstances beyond the control of the accommodation team. They also are not responsible for packages that arrive outside office opening hours or when the accommodation team are out of the office. If the students don’t collect their mail within 4 weeks it will be returned to the sender.

Paying rent?

When making a booking, we ask our students to pay a holding deposit. This is to secure the booking of their room. Once the tenancy commences, this holding deposit becomes a security deposit. It is held with the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, in England and Wales and My Deposits Scotland, in Scotland, both of which are independent deposit holders. The Security deposit will be refunded to the student in full at the end of their tenancy if there are no outstanding arrears or damages to their room and/or communal areas.

How do you allocate rooms?

We take booking preferences very seriously and take great pride in being able to accommodate these in most cases. There is a preference box on the booking form which allows the student to put any preferences they might have, for example friends they wish to live with, location of room within the building, same sex cluster flats. We always do our best to accommodate these preferences, if for whatever reason we cant fulfil them we will always try to achieve one or two and notify the student if they arent possible.

Do I need to have a UK-based guarantor?

You only need to provide a UK-based guarantor if you wish to pay your rent in three instalments. You do not need to provide a guarantor if you're paying the full annual rent in advance.

What is a guarantor?

A guarantor is a person aged 18 or above who accepts joint financial responsibility for the tenancy and is liable to pay the rent if for any reason the student is unable to maintain payment of the rents as they fall due. The landlord has the right to pursue the guarantor for recovery of outstanding monies therefore, it is important that any guarantor understands their obligations.

How many instalments can rent be paid?

Rent can be paid in three instalments; typically these are around the same time student loans are paid out.

How can I make a payment?

You can pay via Recurring Card, Direct Debit or via Bank Transfer. Cash and Cheques will not be accepted and will be turned away if presented at site. Recurring Card payments can be selected at the time of booking and Direct Debit can be selected by the online portal. If an alternative method of payment is required, such as a bank transfer, or you wish to change your payment method, please contact the Accommodation Team directly for details.

Are there any additional bills to pay?

There are no additional bills to pay. Our weekly rents include all costs utilities, WiFi, and access to all of our communal areas including Management Office, Private Dining areas etc.

Do I have to pay council tax?

Students do not have to pay Council Tax, but the council must be informed that you are a student and apply for exemption as this does not automatically happen. It is the responsibility of every student to apply for exemption, your University/College or accommodation provider* cannot do this for you, though we can help you! *With the exception of Edinburgh College Residences.

How secure is the accommodation?

We want you to feel safe and secure at all times. We understand how important safety and security is to students when it comes to choosing a place to live. That's why we've taken every effort to ensure that we provide the best services so that our students can thoroughly enjoy living with us. We have 24 Hour CCTV Cameras installed in all of our buildings, internally and externally. Secure Key Fob Door Entry & Bedroom Door Locks. There are also locks on all private bedrooms and out-of-hour security is there to support the community if you have any security concerns, ensuring your security and safety.

Fire Safety?

All of the properties have been specifically designed to be used by students. These properties have benefited from significant changes in fire safety, building regulations and coherent fire and management strategies. We have extensive fire safety systems in place in all the buildings that  manage. We are also audited by our own internal team, as well as external consultants, on a regular basis to validate, and if necessary update, our extensive fire safety systems, policies and procedures. Further information can be found on our Fire Safety at website.

I am an International student and do not have a UK Guarantor?

Housing Hand specialises in working with international students and will be able to act as your UK Guarantor.

How do I apply for The Housing Hand Guarantor Service?

Simply select the option of using Housing Hand as your guarantor during the property booking process or visit their website to get a free quote and confirmation of eligibility in minutes. Once you complete Housing Hand application in full, they will send a confirmation to secure your room. If you need any further information, you can contact Housing Hand team for help.

What documents do I need to check in?

You will need to bring a method of Identification with you to the accommodation, either a Driving License or Passport, a letter of confirmation from the University. We also need a passport photograph.

When something is broken or doesn't work how does my son/daughter report maintenance?

In the event that something is broken or does not work in any part of the accommodation, the student needs to report the issues to the accommodation office who will escalate it accordingly. They have property Student maintenance wizards that work full or part time on site depending on the property. They are there for the hour of need replacing light bulbs, blown fuses, blocked showers etc. They do also work with local contractors for isolated issues. Your son/daughter will always be given at least 24 hours notice if a maintenance operative or contractor needs to access their room. They always offer for the maintenance operative/contractor to be escorted for the jobs entirety if necessary.

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Student Accomodations in Exeter

Exeter Student Accommodation

Exeter is a city known for its education and culture. It is home to the renowned University of Exeter and Exeter College! These educational centres attract students from all over the world. However, finding student accommodation in Exeter is a challenge for many. Though there are various Exeter student accommodation options scattered across the city, these properties tend to get filled quickly. For this reason, you should decide early which type of student accommodation Exeter you need – studios, ensuites, bedroom apartments, and more options, catering to students with fantastic amenities.


Exeter offers stunning landscapes of the beautiful city and the happening atmosphere, which students worldwide like. The top student accommodation in Exeter is located near varied hangout spots to keep the students from getting bored and feeling lonely. Amber offers various luxurious and affordable options for student accommodation in Exeter. Which include well-known residences ranging from modest en-suites to student apartments in Exeter. These Exeter student accommodation options provide the enrolled students with the necessary amenities. Among many student accommodations in Exeter, some of the popular ones are Northernhay House, Collegiate Point Exe, and Atlas House.

About Exeter

Exeter is one of England's largest cities, known for having a tranquil neighbourhood and scenic surroundings. The city is known to have left an impression of an enriching history. It has now transformed into a beautiful metropolitan area between the two river exe channels. The town's youthful population contributes to the lively atmosphere and abundance of activities. This makes Exeter a dream destination to study for students around the world. The city offers numerous opportunities to relax, eat good food, and shop. The city has a wholesome combination of beaches, historical infrastructure, entertainment, diverse cuisines, and travel. It shares its borders with various renowned towns such as Plymouth, Newport, and Pontypridd. Exeter is said to be influenced by historical and modern economic and warfare history; this combination is reflected in the city's culture even today. Additionally, the city embraces international students from all over the world, including travellers. Exeter welcomes more than 30,000 students, making it one of England's top preferred educational destinations. Additionally, Exeter's compact city centre is filled with shops, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues, making it a convenient and enjoyable place to live and study.

Best Student Accommodations In Exeter

Owing to various educational centres, many students flock to the city to pursue their dreams and careers. Finding private student accommodation in Exeter can become a daunting task for many. Amber helps you find the best student housing in Exeter in three easy steps: pick, book and pay. We make the tiresome and lengthy process of booking student accommodation Exeter as easy as pie. Amber offers purpose-built studios, flats, and other affordable and off campus student accommodation Exeter. When planning to move to Exeter, students should look at the localities next to their university. Students can easily do this using the sorting feature. Although everyone's needs and wants differ, we have provide some of the best options for student accommodation Exeter.

1. Northernhay House

2. Collegiate Point Exe

3. Exeter One

4. Trust House

5. The City Arcade

6. Walnut Gardens

7. Collegiate King Edward Studios

8. Central Living

9. Atlas House

10. Clifford House

Cost of Living in Exeter

Many students prioritise their comfort level when looking for Exeter student accommodation. Since student housing Exeter can be expensive, you need to make a budget. You should undertake careful assessments to avoid spending extra Pounds. Of course, the cost of living can decrease if the students decide on choosing the right Exeter uni accommodation. For student accommodation in Exeter, it is recommended to have a budget of £900- £1000 per month, including all living and other personal expenses apart from your Exeter student accommodation.

1. Books & Stationery - £300/Semester
2. Food - £35-£40/ week
3. Phone & Internet - £27-£30/month
4. Leisure Activities - £35-£40/week
5. Travel - £150-£200/ month
6. Electricity/ Heating - £228.95/month

Student Travel Exeter

Several public transportation options, such as taxis, vehicles, bikes, and buses, are available in and around the city. Every transportation system has a unique pricing structure, which changes depending on the day's traffic. We advise that you make living arrangements close to the transport options, making traveling from your private student accommodation in Exeter easy!

1. Railways

Exeter is connected to several major cities by a vast network of railroad tracks. Exeter St. Davids Railway Station is a well-known travel hub in the UK because one of Exeter's mainlines, the Cross Country Route, connects Exeter with other towns, including Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle and Derby, Leeds, Edinburgh, and Aberdeen.

2. Buses

Stagecoach South West, Dartline, and First Devon & Cornwall, three of the city's well-known bus service operators, manage Exeter's bus routes. You may see a bus on every corner of the town because more than 150 buses operate continuously on the roads and highways. Exeter PlusBus offers student bus passes, enabling you to travel throughout the city from your student accommodation Exeter for much less money. For adults, a weekly pass costs between £11 and £15.

3. Butts Ferry

The Exeter Ship Canal, one of Britain's first ferry systems, is located near Exeter and dates back to 1566. The Dukes Marsh Port, close to Exeter City Center, is connected to every other port by the city's adequate water transportation system. The city also aims to add more significant dockyards to this system in the following months.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Exeter

Exeter is well-known among international students for having a great student life. The town is excellent for exploring and traveling for people of all ages because it has many exciting and vibrant places for the crowd. Visit the well-known Northernhay Gardens Park if you enjoy spending time among serene bodies of water. The Conservatoire is a restaurant that offers a classic menu style comprising various English meals and modern cooking techniques that act as a cherry on the top. You can also eat out at Jack in the Green Inn, one of the two restaurants in Exeter, to have a prestigious 'bib gourmand' rating from Michelin.

You might also enjoy visiting The Old Firehouse, The Ram, Red Panda, Turtle Bay and various other restaurants in Exeter, which offer some of the best cuisines with lip-smacking dishes. The city also offers a very happening nightlife for the students. Mainly, all the top hangout spots in the city are very close to the student accommodation Exter listed on amber website. Some of the top ones preferred by the students include The Victoria Inn, The Terrace, Timepiece, The Vaults, and many more! As a student, you can also participate in Exeter's shopping spree at The Guildhall Shopping Centre. You can also enjoy taking a boat ride on the Exeter Ship Canal. Experience Exeter's history at Exeter Cathedral, as it is one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK.

Exeter Tourist Attractions

Exeter isn't short on tourist attractions. You can travel from your student accommodation in Exeter. Students can explore the city's offerings when they wish to unwind and take a break from their academic life. Carrying their respective student ID cards issued by their university ensures that students can explore these sites at a lower price. Students can visit places like:

1. Exeter Cathedral

2. Exeter Quay

3. Northernhay Gardens

4. Royal Albert Memorial Museum

5. Exeter Guildhall

6. Topsham Museum

7. Exeter Quayside

8. Sandy Park

Universities In Exeter

Apart from excellent student accommodation Exeter choices, this city is also renowned for its prestigious universities and vibrant academic community. Students from all over the globe flock to this educational hub that boasts a perfect blend of cutting-edge research and top-quality learning environments. There are many well-known and respectable universities near student accommodation in Exeter, providing various degrees and courses. Several universities are listed below:

1. University of Exeter

2. Exeter College

3. Exeter Tutorial College

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