Prior to starting her studies, Erin worked as a Fraud Investigator in China and began saving for her MBA. Through the generous support of Trevor and Dominica Yang, Erin has been able to travel from her home in Shenzhen, China to Exeter and can concentrate on her studies without any financial concerns.
- Lucy Palmer
- Lucy Ashton
- Madeline Meacher
Your support nurtures individual talent and potential. Finding sufficient support to pursue academic development, career aspirations and high level academic research can be exceptionally difficult, for students at Exeter this has been made possible; thanks to you. Each has their own inspiring and motivating story.
The generous support of Exeter alumni Professor Jenny Harrow (Politics, 1968) and Stephen Harrow (History, 1967) is providing a major boost to women’s cricket in the region.
A special event was held by the University’s Astronomy Department to recognise the generosity of two former Exeter Physics students whose support contributed towards the newly refurbished Astronomy Observatory.
The memory of Philip Booth, a committed and generous supporter of the University is continuing thanks to his decision to bequeath a legacy to the University of Exeter in 2015.
Simon Bray, Director of Santander Universities UK visited the University in June to meet staff and students who have benefited from the organisation’s extraordinary support.
A celebratory event was held by the University’s Special Collections Department to recognise the impact and generosity of the Ronald Duncan Literary Foundation and to thank trustees of the Foundation for their wide-ranging support.
Exeter alumni have given more than 1,000 volunteering hours to support the Business School and its students throughout the last year, with volunteers supporting more activities than ever before, both in the UK and internationally.
2015 was another hugely successful year for the Career Mentor Scheme, with more than 430 partnerships between mentors and students.
As we reach the close of the University’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, it is wonderful that the University was able to celebrate this historic milestone from such a position of strength. We are ranked in the top 1% of universities globally and firmly placed in the UK top ten. In addition, we continue to score highly for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) and are currently first for student satisfaction amongst the Russell Group.
View the Roll of Honour 2016 online, which contains the names of everyone who has made a gift or given their time and expertise to the University between 1 August 2015 and 31 July 2016. We hope you take pride in being included, and celebrate the contributions of your peers. Thank you.
You can view previous years' Roll of Honours below.
The University is pleased to share with you the 2015/16 Thank You report, which provides an insight into the varied and transformational support Exeter receives from its alumni and supporters. In the last year alumni and friends of the University donated more than £4.9million to support a number of projects and initiatives, more than 900 members of the alumni community volunteered to help Exeter students, donating over 11,000 hours of their time.