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.

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.

Record numbers enjoy Exetra Christmas Quiz

Always a popular event, this year’s Exetra Christmas Quiz attracted its largest ever attendance to network and show-off their knowledge.

Exeter’s New Living Systems Institute hosts ‘Global Conversation’

The pioneering and world-leading research conducted at the University of Exeter’s state-of-the-art Living Systems Institute (LSI) will form the basis of the latest high-profile Global Conversation event.

Exeter alumnus presents biography to University

On 16 November, the University of Exeter presented an evening with Professor David Bates, Professorial Fellow at the University of East Anglia.

Grandmother and Granddaughter at Graduation

When Lucy Cowen graduated, she was joined at the ceremony by her grandmother Pamela Cowen (née Mabley), who had graduated from Exeter almost 70 years before...

Exeter graduate realises a dream

Ammar Khan graduated from Exeter with a degree in law in July 2016.  He has just started training as a solicitor at a global top 10 law firm, realising a long-held ambition...

Exeter graduate wins the ‘nicest job in Britain’

In October, after two months of gruelling campaigning, a public vote and a fundraising challenge which saw her and her fellow finalists raise more than £13,000 in just 10 days, Exeter graduate Alice Biggar...

Young medical alumni come together to share career insights

Over 70 students from Medical Sciences were recently inspired by the huge range of career paths open to them, thanks to...

Alumni give a tonne of their time to the Business School

We are delighted to report that for the first time ever, in the last academic year Exeter alumni gave over 1,000 hours in volunteering time...

'Global Conversation' takes key issue of the future of mining to Vancouver

Solutions to the challenges facing the global mining sector will be shared by a leading expert from the University of Exeter’s Camborne School of Mines at a special event in Vancouver, Canada.

Kenyon and Exeter celebrate 40 years as partners at New York alumni reception

The University of Exeter and Kenyon College are celebrating the 40th anniversary of a successful partnership at a special event in New York City. 

Alumni Authors - September 2016

A new feature to recognise achievements and publications of alumni writers. 

Hockey Alumni Christmas Lunch

Shortly after he graduated, Tim Ireland (Chemical Engineering, 1983) began organising a reunion for his friends from the Hockey Club at Exeter

Gifts of time and money prove powerful together

Thanks to financial support from The Annual Fund in 2013, The Undergraduate...

Trust Inspires New Generation of Scientists

The charitable trust established in 2013 by Exeter alumni, the late Les Halpin...

Expert Insights into the Middle East Today

When ‘An Afternoon with Frank Gardner’ was hosted by the Arabic and Middle Eastern...

Trevor and Dominica Yang One Planet MBA Bursary

Prior to starting her studies, Erin worked as a Fraud Investigator in China and began...

1,950 Thank You’s

In the past year alone, more than 1,950 alumni donors have made a gift to support...

Alumnus provides inspirational support to students

The ‘Tony Allen Scholarship Programme’ created in 2010 through Tony’s generosity...

Culture of Giving Back Continues to Grow

The University’s Career Mentors come in many guises; teachers, scientists, bankers...

A Magic Moment

It’s a chilly Saturday in March 2016 and alumnae and female students have gathered...

Alumni Authors - May 2016

A new feature to recognise achievements and publications of alumni writers. 

Alumni win back the Northcote Trophy

This year’s Northcote Trophy Alumni team was under new leadership in the form of...

Alumni support helps smash boundaries in women’s cricket

The generous support of two Exeter alumni is to provide a major boost to women’s cricket in the...

English and Drama alumni company Forced Entertainment win International Ibsen Award

Forced Entertainment, founded by alumni from the English and Drama departments at the University...

Alumnae Look to Build their Brands

Alumnae recently shared knowledge and expertise of ‘how to build your brand’ at the annual Exe-X...

Prime Minister David Cameron visits the University of Exeter

Students questioned Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to the University of Exeter to launch a new campaign...

Alumnae and Students Tackle Career Challenges

Alumnae and female students were able to discuss and build their career strategies at a recent workshop held on campus.

Alumni return to Exeter for Business and Finance Society annual dinner

The University of Exeter’s student Business and Finance Society (BFS) welcomed 12 alumni to their 6th annual flagship dinner at...

Penryn graduate crowned Energy Champion

An Exeter Renewable Energy graduate has won a prestigious Energy Institute (EI) award for her work in promoting carbon reduction.

Former Scholar Angus Barton wins “World’s Toughest Row” with record-breaking Ocean Reunion team

As part of the Ocean Reunion team, alumnus and former Rugby scholar Angus Barton (Exercise and Sport Sciences, 2012) has triumphed...

Congratulations to Exeter alumni recognised in 2016 New Year Honours

Congratulations to all Exeter alumni who were presented with an award in the New Year honours list 2016.

Inspiring figures honoured at winter graduation

Olympic Gold medallist Sally Gunnell, Eddie Farwell, founder of Children’s Hospice South West, and distinguished genomics expert Professor Richard W Michelmore were awarded...

Exeter Alumni receive funding for innovative service

Three graduates from the University of Exeter have received funding for their new and innovative online medical revision service.

Alumni ask whether ‘Voluntourism’ does more harm than good with Debating Society

Richard Bennett (PGCE 2007) and his colleague Oliver Munns attended the Debating Society’s Friday Night Debate to support the role of ‘Voluntourism’ in developing countries.

Alumni Authors - January 2016

A new feature to recognise achievements and publications of alumni writers.