Alumni and Giving news

The end of 2016 saw Semi-Toned, the University of Exeter’s own all-male a cappella group, achieve national success by winning the BBC’s TV singing competition The Choir, Gareth’s Best in Britain.

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Alumni news

What next for Semi-Toned singers?

The end of 2016 saw Semi-Toned, the University of Exeter’s own all-male a cappella group, achieve national success by winning the BBC’s TV singing competition The Choir, Gareth’s Best in Britain.

Sustainability award for alumni business

A company set-up by two University of Exeter alumni was presented with the award for 'Best Contribution Towards Creating a Sustainable Food Economy’ at the Cornwall Sustainability Awards this month.

Semi-Toned crowned champions of national TV sing-off

Exeter’s all-male student a cappella group, Semi-toned, has won the BBC’s national TV singing competition The Choir, Gareth’s Best in Britain.

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Giving news

Volunteer in the Spotlight - Marion Milne

Volunteer in the Spotlight is a regular feature that highlights the alumni that help current students achieve more. Marion Milne (French and Drama 1979) works as a Producer and Director of Primetime History and Arts Documentaries.

GCSE students explore routes into Psychology, led by Exeter alumna

Thirty seven GCSE students from Dartmoor Community College were recently welcomed to the Streatham campus to meet alumna Emily Scrace (BA Psychology 2009).

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Career Mentoring - David Mark

David Mark (French and German, 1979), Executive Director at MSCI mentored final year student Hannah Robinson as part of the University’s Career Mentor Scheme.

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Systems biology

Reliving Exeter: filmed by alumna Ruth Lovell (English 2006)