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The University of Exeter is a university in the English city of Exeter. It received its Royal Charter in 1955, after existing as the University College of the South West of England.

Most students work on the main campus, Streatham. However, several thousand students, mainly Sports Scientists[?] and Education students (both undergraduates and postgraduates[?]), live and work at St. Lukes[?]. In addition, there are several hundred students at Camborne School of Mines[?] in Cornwall.

In 2000, the Peninsula Medical School[?] was established in conjunction with the University of Plymouth[?] and the NHS. This is also based at St. Lukes[?].

Students are represented by a Guild of students, which has an active role in campaigning at a local and national level. There are over 100 societies, ranging from the Theatre Company, LARP and Creative Writing[?] to the Egg and Spoon[?] society. There are a large number of sports clubs, as well as a student radio[?] station, a newspaper, a website and television station.

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