A Russell Group university with a tradition of excellence and research, the University of Exeter constantly ranks in the top 200 Universities worldwide by the Times Higher Education and number 13 in the 2018 Guardian University League Table. Its Business school is amongst the best in the United Kingdom with interesting master’s degrees in Finance combining the traditional academic experience with CFA teachings. The University’s Social science programs are also highly ranked offering students the chance to combine degrees such as Art History and Visual Culture and Modern Languages for example. Exeter’s Sport and Health Sciences courses have also been ranking competitively academically and on the job market once the student graduates.

Durham University is England’s third oldest university offering a distinctive education with both ancient traditions and modern values. It is one of the UK’s leading universities ranking 5th in the UK and Top 100 in the world. In addition to its overall academic standing, it ranks in the world top 50 for employer reputation, guaranteeing a high employment rate for its graduates. It is further renowned for its excellent research-centered programs, modern research facilities, and a wide range of student activities including sports, theatre, and volunteering opportunities.  Durham University has a long history of welcoming students from all over the globe, ensuring an intercultural learning experience.