A community project at the University of Exeter has been given a boost thanks to support from two national charities.
An Exeter Alumnus has had the prestigious honour of being asked to write the official song for one of Russia’s official 2018 World Cup host cities, Saransk.
A new memorial to University of Exeter alumni who died in war since 1945 was dedicated in the University’s Chapel at Streatham Campus on Remembrance Sunday.
Exeter delivered its first international careers fair in China as part of the GW4 partnership with the Universities of Bath, Bristol and Cardiff.
A Lord, a Nobel Prize winner, a BAFTA winning playwright and a European athletics gold medallist will be amongst those honoured at the University of Exeter’s summer graduation this year.
A showcase of shortlisted entries to the Paddon Award, a cross- arts competition for University of Exeter students, staff and alumni is on display in the University Reception area on the Streatham Campus.
It was announced today, 2 March 2015, that Winter Graduation 2016 in the University’s Diamond Jubilee year, will be the last to be presided over by Baroness Benjamin OBE DL after ten fantastic years as Chancellor.
Questions of power, wealth and politics are explored in a production which focuses on the global responses to and effects of austerity today.
Professor Sir Steve Smith touched down in India this week as part of a delegation led by Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Minister for Universities and Science, to attend the India-UK Science Innovation Council meeting and the UK-India Bilateral Education Forum.
Diwali or Deepavali is the most important festival of the year for Hindus, which is also known at the Festival of Light and is being celebrated at the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus on Sunday 26 October.
They endured 30ft waves, travelled through shark-infested waters and suffered blistered hands and bottoms - but four Exeter friends have broken a world-record for an epic charity row.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith returned to the USA this month to meet with some of the University of Exeter’s alumni in the country and to announce plans to establish a new Foundation based in America to facilitate fundraising for the University.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has appointed alumnus Dr Dennis Gillings CBE as the first World Dementia Envoy, whose role will be to bring international experts together to tackle the disease.
Sailing alumni from the University of Exeter have helped the RYA British Sailing Team to an impressive medal haul at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup event in Miami, USA.
The University’s Winter Graduation ceremony will take place on 18 January 2014 and we are delighted to welcome Exeter alumnus Wol Kolade as our Honorary Graduate.
Alumni spanning almost a decade were re-united on 19 October for the bi-annual ‘Past vs Present’ badminton tournament.
The University of Exeter has awarded an honorary degree to one of its most distinguished academics, Professor Tim Niblock, Emeritus Professor of Middle Eastern Politics.
It is with deep regret that I announce the death of our good friend and supporter Dr Les Halpin.
A business started by University of Exeter Business School graduates Tom Carson and Chris Rea last night convinced the Dragons that Young Ones, their clothing brand, could be the next big thing.
Women from the University of Exeter Boat Club (EUBC) continued their remarkable winning streak this month at the eighth European Universities Rowing Championship.
The University of Exeter enjoyed a double dose of victory in the first ever London Hockey Varsity on 31 August.
University of Exeter alumnus John Gilbert reports on another extremely success Alumni Golf Day
University of Exeter alumna Hannah Diamond has taken silver, alongside team mate Ben Saxton, in the inaugural Narca 17 Class sailing World Championships.
The University of Exeter today announced that IBM (NYSE: IBM), the world's largest IT and consulting services company, will be one of the first University of Exeter Strategic Corporate Partners.
Professor Sir Steve Smith left the UK yesterday, accompanying Prime Minister David Cameron and a delegation of business leaders on an intensive two day trip to Kazakhstan.
Prominent lawyer and Exeter graduate Anthony Salz has been Knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Former University of Exeter hockey player Tom Carson received his first England caps in a series of friendly matches which took place in Belgium earlier this month.
We are giving you the opportunity to put questions direct to the UK’s first ever Green Party Member of Parliament and Exeter alumna, Caroline Lucas.
Students building a car to race at Silverstone against 149 teams from 32 different countries at Formula Student 2013.
A University of Exeter student has been named as the Arts and Humanities Undergraduate of the Year.
Mentors, mentees and staff from the University’s Career Mentor Scheme came together to celebrate its success.
A company started by two Exeter alumni is in the running for recognition in a regional business award – with one category decided by a public vote.
Exeter’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith will be announcing two new scholarships for Greek students this week at a networking event in Athens for the University’s alumni, offer-holders and friends.
Author Philip Pullman is to succeed crime writer P.D. James when she steps down as President of the Society of Authors in August.
A new study has found that air pollution can shade corals from sunlight and cool the surrounding water resulting in reduced growth rates.
Alumni working in the television and media industry returned to Streatham Campus last weekend for the National Student Television (NaSTA) awards.
An alumnae and her daughter have written a new children’s book to be published next month.
The University of Exeter moves up from 13th to 10th place in The Complete University Guide’s ranking of 124 UK universities for 2014, which was published today (Monday 29 April).
The winners of the 2013 Students Guild teaching awards were announced last night (2 May) in a glittering ceremony in the Great Hall.
A book signing tour gets underway for an Exeter alumna this summer as she promotes her new cookery book series.
More than £222,000 donated by alumni and supporters is set to fund a range of projects across the University of Exeter.
Brock University is recognising Professor Neil Armstrong for his exceptional academic contributions to the fields of paediatric physiology and sport and health sciences by awarding him with an LLD (honoris causa).
Exeter Tennis Centre Performance Manager Charlotte Wallace has expressed her excitement after being invited to travel with the Great Britain coaching team for the Fed Cup clash against Argentina on 20-21 April.
This summer two Exeter friends will cycle 1500 miles from London to the Arctic Circle in aid of Wheels for Wellbeing.
Mark Johnstone (Accounting and Finance with European Studies 2011), an accountant training with Thomas Westcott in Exeter and University of Exeter Business School alumnus has won first place and the Little prize in the ICAEW ACA exams Taxation paper.
For the first time in 4 years University of Exeter alumni reclaimed the Northcote Trophy in a closely-fought weekend of golf, played at Dawlish Warren GC.
Alumni and supporters have got behind their University to pledge more than £70,000 and offer time as volunteers.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith this week returned to India for the second time in less than a month, leading a senior delegation from the University of Exeter to the cities of Mumbai and Bangalore.
The adventures of a special fox have been brought alive by an Exeter alumna – and will help support a club for young wildlife enthusiasts.
A technique that could take away the anxious wait by patients for breast cancer results by removing the need for a needle biopsy is to have its performance evaluated for the first time, on breast tissue and lymph nodes.
Today history was made in Cornwall as a unique project to recreate a 4000 year old boat reached its dramatic conclusion as it launched into the waters of Falmouth Harbour.
Over 2000 people came to campus to celebrate the Chinese New Year and welcome in the Year of the Snake.
University of Exeter Alumnus Tom Carson (Management and Marketing, 2012) has been selected as part of a 32 man Great Britain Hockey squad for the next Olympic training cycle.
Engineering students from Exeter are gearing up for a UK competition which will pit their engineering skills against 120 other universities.
Pioneering new research in robotic surgery is forging ahead thanks to a partnership between the University of Exeter and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (RD&E).
January saw the selection of the University’s first public engagement champions by the Catalyst project.
Nico Flanaghan (PGCE in Secondary Education, 2012) is the most recent of Exeter players selected to play Rugby League at a semi-professional level.
Exeter alumni took the place of students on one of TV’s toughest quiz shows in a special series which was broadcast over Christmas.
Broadcaster and naturalist Nick Baker has opened a new state-of-the-art teaching laboratory in Cornwall, which will help encourage children to engage with science.
More than 200 alumni and friends gathered together to enjoy a special evening reception at the House of Lords, generously hosted by alumna Baroness Shackleton of Belgravia LVO (Law 1977, Hon LLD 2010).
More than 20 scholars supported by Santander Universities attended a recent reception at the University.
A campaign to speed up the availability of new drugs and treatments for people with rare or life-threatening conditions has been launched by alumnus Dr Les Halpin.
A University of Exeter scientist is bringing together his passions for physics and surfing with research that could inspire a host of new technologies.
Local couple James and Niamh Gale are celebrating after both graduating from the University of Exeter.
This summer the University of Exeter will recognise key figures, including some of its alumni, with honorary degrees.
The visit of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh to the University of Exeter on 2 May will have a lasting legacy through new scholarships announced for overseas study.
Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh visited the University of Exeter on Wednesday 2 May 2012, as part of the Diamond Jubilee Tour.
The Grand Final saw an evening of live performances, drinks and networking.
The University of Exeter is delighted to announce that it has accepted an invitation to join the Russell Group of leading research-led universities.
An Exeter graduate who went on to found the world’s largest provider of clinical trials has donated £1 million to help the University of Exeter Medical School attract the brightest and best clinicians to Devon and Cornwall.
More than 50 alumni and guests attended the annual Arts & Media networking event at the Society of London Theatre Offices.
A talented sailor is to receive a Sports Scholarship, thanks to the generosity of Exeter alumni.
Students from the University of Exeter’s Camborne School of Mines (CSM) are kick-starting an unusual training regime this January.
An Exeter alumnus has found a novel way to raise funds for a vital medical research centre at the University – by allowing donors to choose to hear him sing – or not!
Abi Morgan, the Exeter alumna who wrote the screenplay The Iron Lady has been nominated for a BAFTA.
An eco-clothing company set up by an Exeter alumnus and his brother has won a prestigious contract with the Met Office.
An ambitious young cameraman is volunteering his skills as part of a planned project to create five short feature films it’s hoped will help instil a love of the oceans across the wider public.
TV presenter Nick Baker joined University academics, students and local people for a debate on the future use of land in the South West on 18 November.
A courtyard area on the St Luke’s campus has been transformed into a new study garden, thanks to donations from University alumni and other supporters.
Two University of Exeter students have successfully completed a gruelling charity challenge - to reach the summit of all Scotland’s 283 mountains, without the help of motorised transport.
The University of Exeter’s grounds have been ranked among the best parks and green spaces in the country.
The University of Exeter and its supporters are celebrating surpassing a multi-million pound fundraising target, a year earlier than expected.
Cornwall Campus student Diane Paradise is celebrating her University of Exeter graduation and a new career in Africa, while her daughter prepares to start university in Wales.
Today the University welcomed back one of its most successful and inspiring graduates, Les Halpin, to receive an honorary degree.
The University of Exeter’s Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Professor Steve Smith has been knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his services to higher education locally and nationally.
Fiona Shackleton, one of the most distinguished lawyers of her generation, has become a life peer. She will sit on the Tory bench.
Hundreds of University of Exeter alumni and their guests gathered in the Cholmondeley Room and Terrace of the House of Lords on Thursday, 4 November.
Best selling author and Spitting image comedy writer John O’Farrell talks about some of the hilarious highs and lows of his literary journey on Sunday 7 November at 4.30pm at the Northcott Theatre.
A premiere of a new piece of music for choirs, based on poems from young people across Devon has been specially commissioned for the EXEtreme Imagination Children and Young Peoples Literature Festival.
Rupert Laing, who graduated in July 2009 with a degree in Politics, is playing an instrumental part in launching a charity appeal he has set up - DecAid. It has been set up to mark 10 years in Afghanistan.
Award-winning author Robert Shearman best known for his Doctor Who scripts is returning to his old stomping ground in Exeter.
University of Exeter alumni are preparing to compete on the hockey fields and bowling greens of Delhi at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
A University of Exeter graduate will be making his bid to impress Sir Alan Sugar in the latest series of the BBC’s hit show, The Apprentice.
The University of Exeter’s noted sculpture collection has been boosted further with the recent arrival of a piece by Peter Randall-Page, one of Britain’s pre-eminent sculptors.
Exeter Alumnus Elliott Parsons has just returned from Crete, Greece, where he represented Exeter in the World University Games Sailing Championships.
The University launched its campaign, Creating a world-class University together, on 5 May at the annual Alumni Gala Dinner in London.
A small but intrepid team of Exeter staff and students have returned from a six-week archaeological research expedition to a remote region of rural Andhra Pradesh in India.
The Annual Fund grant application process is now live.
Final year students ran a week in March to encourage the Class of 2010 to leave their legacy to the University.
University of Exeter alumnus Tim Farr is competing for a podium place in the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games in Canada.
More than 100 guests attended the fourth annual University of Exeter Gulf Alumni Dinner.
Three University of Exeter alumni are putting their wits to the test in a television quiz show.
Two very special graduates received their degrees at the University of Exeter on 23 January.
Internationally-renowned glass artist Alexander Beleschenko has been commissioned to produce a stunning work for the University of Exeter’s new Forum Project.
The works of Exeter graduate Jon Edgar is appearing in two solo exhibitions during 2010.
More than 100 academics, alumni and supporters of the University of Exeter came together for the Climate Change event at Lloyd’s on March 23.
Alumni returned to the University recently during the Widen Your Options fortnight to help students improve their employability.
Jonathan Dimbleby, Hon LLD, will be the guest speaker at this year’s University of Exeter Gala Dinner in London on Wednesday 5 May.
Exeter alumna Dr Anna Collar is set to venture 10,000 miles from Cambridge to Mongolia in aid of charity.
School teacher and Exeter alumnus David Eckett (St Luke's 1994-95), will fulfil a long held ambition by walking 1000 kilometres in aid of charity.
Alumnus Dr Michael Lawrence has made an extremely generous benefaction to establish The Lawrence Scholarship Programme.
The University recently hosted two receptions for alumni in Washington, DC and New York City.
More than 30 alumni and supporters attended a special event to thank donors and legacy pledgers for supporting Exeter's campaign.
As the University’s alumni relations activities expand, we are hiring five alumni relations posts.
More than £80,000 donated by alumni and supporters is set to fund a range of projects across the University of Exeter.
We are now seeking nominations for honorary graduates for 2011.
The Class of 2010 has left a legacy of £1,000 to the University and future students.
Two alumni who met as students at the University recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.
This autumn and winter sees a number of sporting events and activities at the University of Exeter - ranging from the annual football and rugby varsity fixtures to a weekend sailing extravaganza.
The University of Exeter’s campuses recently hosted the Alumni and Convocation Reunion Weekend.
Alumna Dr Nadia Naser-Najjab has been awarded the Teaching Excellence Award 2010 from AMIDEAST at the Birzeit University in Palestine.
The Browne Review and UK Government’s Spending Review will revolutionise the way the Higher Education sector is funded.
Exeter alumni have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list 2011.
Convocation, the University’s official alumni association, needs your support.
Exeter Students Tom Carrington-Smith and Matt Brookland have recently launched a national student sport website, Unisport.
Recent alumni were invited to test their knowledge and memories with Exetra, the Social networking group for recent alumni.
The University of Exeter has announced PhD and Masters funding available to alumni.
A look behind the headlines at the University's recent announcement that it will be increasing tuition fees to £9k in 2012.
Thirty alumni and guests working in the investment management community gathered at Sarasin & Partners in London yesterday (March 23rd) for a Business School reception.
Two University of Exeter alumni have returned after leading a groundbreaking expedition to one of the most remote and unexplored regions on Earth.
Former University sportsman Ian Murray (German 1972) celebrated a rare return to Devon by recording his first hole-in-one in last weekend’s Annual Alumni vs. Students golf match.
The event was hosted by His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates and the Ruler of Sharjah, at the Dr Sultan Al Qasimi Centre of Gulf Studies, in Sharjah, on 31 March 2011.
A business conceived during Richard Hurtley’s (History and Politics 2007) second year of studies has blossomed into a story of retailing success, attracting plaudits in Drapers, the Spectator, the Telegraph and Cosmopolitan.
On Monday 11 April the University of Exeter hosted a reception for alumni at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens. This is the second reception held in Greece following a successful reception in 2010.
Alumni from around the UK made the journey to Devon to play the University’s current hockey teams, for the annual Hockey Alumni Day on 2 April.
On Wednesday 13 April, the University of Exeter held its first reception for alumni in Cyprus at the Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia.
Craig Pollard (Mathematics 1998), and the rest of the Cycle Africa team will be cycling 12,000 miles through 30 countries to raise awareness of street children and the issues they face.
The plans for this year’s Alumni and Convocation Reunion weekend have just been announced.
On Tuesday, 3rd May 2011, alumni gathered at Fidelity International in London to celebrate the opening of the Business School’s impressive new £18m building.
The seven finalists in this year’s Paddon Award competition are putting the finishing touches to their compositions, ahead of the final next week.
Richard Boden, top comedy director, along with popular actress Caroline Quentin, will be judging the work of budding comedy writers from the University of Exeter this Friday.
Brand new musical compositions were performed before a panel of judges at this year’s Paddon Award final.
More than 20 alumni attended the University of Exeter event in Shanghai on June 17.
The colourful life of war-poet and composer Ivor Gurney will be brought to life in the Andrew Stratton Convocation Lecture.
Alumni and current students took to the basketball court to battle it out in a tightly fought contest.
A group of students and alumni will be taking part in a gruelling challenge in aid of the charity Dec Aid.
This year, the University will be honouring a combination of its alumni, notable individuals from the local area and others who have made a significant contribution internationally.
From Paris to Beijing, Greece to Australia, Exeter alumni have been meeting across the globe to socialise and network.
The teachers of tomorrow, a project supporting Bulgarian orphans, the University mine and career development programmes are all to receive funding thanks to the generosity of alumni.
Thanks to the generous support of our alumni and friends, the University is in line to meet its campaign targets a year early.
A new cricket Twenty20 world-record has been set by bowler and Exeter graduate Arul Suppiah (Accounting and Finance, 2005)
A team of three rowers, two of which are Exeter alumni, are planning a 95 mile non-stop crossing of the English Channel in aid of Cancer Research and Save the Children.
Following a successful pilot project in 2010-11, and based on strong demand from alumni, the University is delighted to announce that we will be providing access to select online journals to alumni from October.
The Arts & Culture Team is pleased to announce Research in Focus, a photographic competition open to students, staff and alumni of the University of Exeter.
An Exeter alumna who now lives in Japan is spending six months back in the UK to raise awareness and funds following the devastating earthquake and tsunami there.
For the second time in three years a women's team won the 2011 Exeter Alumni Golf Day competition held at Worplesdon GC.
A £19 million research centre at the RD&E Wonford site has been given the green light by city planners.
Former University of Exeter 1st team cricket captain and engineering graduate Stephen Moore has helped Lancashire secure the 2011 County Championships for the first time since 1934.
Nearly 100 alumni and supporters gathered in London’s iconic Lloyd’s Building to hear Professor Kevin J. Gaston discuss ‘the power of ecosystems'.
The University of Exeter has started a monthly Farmers’ Market to bring students and the community together to support local businesses.
Staff, students, environmental enthusiasts and local architects were among the lucky audience who enjoyed four dynamic speakers sharing top tips and advice on biodiversity, birds and the built environment.
An Exeter PhD scholar has been awarded an international prize in recognition of his work for the second time this year.
An Exeter graduate who went on to head the international operations of a leading global firm of insurance brokers has been appointed as the new Chair of the University’s Council with effect from 1 August 2012.
Supporters of the University gathered in the House of Lords to toast the success of the Campaign: Creating a world-class University together.
Recent graduate and young entrepreneur Tom Ellis has won the rights to import a prestigious Champagne brand and launch it in the UK for the first time.
The University of Exeter has become the first UK university to establish representation in the Indian city of Bangalore.
Award-winning children’s author Philip Pullman signs copies of his best-selling books at the University of Exeter.
A painting by Exeter alumnus Thomas Allen has just completed a tour of the UK as part of the Sunday Times Watercolour of the Year 2011 competition.
A networking event aimed at assisting young alumni with employability and networking skills took place at the Hong Kong Club.
A dedicated group for women graduates from the University of Exeter is being created following a successful networking event in London.
Two alumni have been included in the shortlist for the inaugural Exeter Impact Awards.
Composers, writers and film-makers are being encouraged to enter the 2012 Paddon Award competition – which has a top prize of £250.
During a glittering ceremony last night in the Great Hall, the winners of the inaugural University of Exeter Impact Awards were revealed.
DecAid team members and supporters are celebrating the successful completion of their year-long charity appeal to honour the 10th anniversary of the conflict in Afghanistan.
Two alumni featured among the winners of the inaugural University of Exeter Impact Awards.
Adrian Carter (MEng Electronic Engineering 2008) was recently named ‘Rising Star – New Engineer of the Year’ at the Elektra 2011 European Electronics Industry Awards.
Best-selling author and comedy writer John O’Farrell is to return to Exeter on Friday 23 March to join a panel discussion at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM), Exeter.
Fourteen alumni gathered at Out of the Blue restaurant in Mumbai on Saturday 11 February.
Dr Michael Addo from the University of Exeter Law School has accepted a position advising the United Nations on human rights.
Olympic Gold Medallist Jason Gardener MBE was the main speaker at the Sport and Health Sciences (SHS) Careers Day on 17th February 2012.
The first woman to receive a PhD from the University of Exeter, has died at the age of 101.
A band started by an Exeter alumnus has won a battle of the bands competition to support McFly.
We’re inviting you to submit questions for Ambiga Sreenevasan, for a new feature in the next alumni magazine.
Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh will visit the University of Exeter on Wednesday 2 May 2012, as part of the Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Political journalist and broadcaster John Humphrys headed up a panel discussion on Great Exhibitions and Great Debates: Victorian Values and 21st-century Britain.
Students and alumni battled it out at Darlish Warren Golf club in the annual Northcote Trophy Golf match.
Honorary graduate Brian May recently gave an interview to The Witness, The Exeter University Politics Journal. In this interview he explains why animals are just as important to him as music.
More than £195,000 donated by alumni and supporters is set to fund a range of projects across the University of Exeter.
The Olympic flame will be carried through a part of Devon by Exeter alumna Ashley Petrons.
Alumni couple Claire and Les Halpin have made a further generous gift to the University, taking their support for Exeter’s Halpin Scholarship programme, Biosciences and the Business School to over £1 million.
Sarah Thomas (Exercise & Sports Sciences, 2002) has become the first University of Exeter alumna to be selected to represent her country at the 2012 Olympic Games.
A company which offers a social network for shoppers and launched just last October, will move into the American market within the next few weeks.
Work has begun on the construction of the University’s new Boathouse at Countess Wear.
English PhD student Ginny Baily has won a major UK literary prize for her debut novel Africa Junction.
The largest urban wetland planting scheme ever undertaken in the UK has been led by an Exeter alumnus at the Olympic Park in London.
The Devon Air Ambulance Trust – which was founded by an Exeter alumna – celebrates its 20th anniversary with a special event on 1 September 2012.
Dragons’ Den investor and entrepreneur Deborah Meaden shared some of her expertise during a special event about Sustainability and Business at the University.
A number of Exeter alumni and Honorary Graduates have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Alumna Crystal Lane has been selected to represent Paralympics GB Cycling squad at the London 2012 Games.
Children’s author Chris Higgins has two new books out this summer, the start of two new series.
Honorary graduate and iconic British TV weatherman, Michael Fish MBE, has completed a B.A.S.E jump from a London tower block to raise awareness for Climate Change.
The sun shone brightly for the 18 teams contesting the 7th annual Alumni Golf Day at Worplesdon Golf Club. This year's auction raised an outstanding £11,000 toward golf scholarships.
Successful women from the world of politics, business and education will be inspiring the audience at the second Alumnae Reception.
Exeter alumna Emily Webb (BA Business and Management 2010) has been named Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the South Wales Business Awards 2012 for her ergonomic hand grips.
A community in Moldova is enjoying a new playground and improved housing conditions thanks to the efforts of a group of Exeter graduates.
The thousands of hours of time given by Exeter graduates to help current students at the University has been recognised with an international award.
The University of Exeter has been named University of the Year in The Sunday Times University Guide 2013.
The Forum at the University of Exeter has been chosen to host BBC Children in Need in the South West on Friday 16 November 2012.
Hilary Mantel CBE (Hon DLitt 2011), last night became the first British author and first woman to have won the prestigious literary award – the Man Booker Prize – twice.
An Exeter alumnus has walked barefoot across part of Devon to raise funds for Help for Heroes and the Nuban people of Sudan.
Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE DL, actress, author, politician and University Chancellor, has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to children’s television and championing of the arts.
New research carried out by scientists at Universities in Exeter, France and Switzerland reveals for the first time the importance of social networking in producing a successful family.
Two decades ago it won an award for best new play – now Our Boys, created by Exeter alumnus Jonathan Guy Lewis, has been revived for a run in London’s West End.
A multidisciplinary team of Exeter undergraduates captured bronze in the European round of the international Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) competition.
A room in the newly refurbished library on the Streatham Campus has been named as a tribute to an Exeter alumnus and philanthropist.
The first football team to have played a match against Brazil has marked its historic ties with a special welcome to visiting students.
Students from the University's English department are reading to people in residential care homes, as part of a project that uses literature as a stimulus for senior citizens.
Transition Consulting Limited (TCL), which was founded by an Exeter alumnus, has been acquired by QualiTest - the world’s second largest independent software testing company.
The impact made by chemistry on World War I has been chronicled in a new book by alumnus Dr Michael Freemantle (Chemistry 1964).
With support from the Annual Fund, Guild and Innovation Centre, alumnus Matthew Rusk has taken over the role of Student Entrepreneur in Residence.
A sculpture known as The Fittleworth Iphigenia, which has been confirmed as an important Roman work, was discovered by Exeter graduate Jon Edgar (Biology and Geography 1990).
A group of Exeter graduates took on peers from Glasgow in a special edition of University Challenge which was broadcast on BBC2 on New Year’s Eve.
The world’s most decorated Olympic sailor and the Head of Education for London 2012 are among alumni and Honorary Graduates recognised in the New Year’s Honours List.
Two "founding fathers" of the subject of health economics returned to their training ground of the University of Exeter, when it successfully hosted a national conference this week.
National Paracycling Champion Tom Staniford has an extremely rare condition which, until now, has puzzled his doctors.
In partnership with Devon Wildlife Trust, the University of Exeter is hosting two events as part of the British Ecological Society’s centenary celebrations, the Festival of Ecology.
The University of Exeter has been granted planning permission for a new research centre, the Living Systems building.
An Exeter alumna has had a great start to the professional triathlon season being ranked just outside the top 10 in the UK and top 100 in the World.
The results of a new study has found that feeding wild blue tits in winter resulted in less successful breeding during the following spring.
Four years after winning an award for Best Unpublished Novel a book exploring British-Bengali culture clash is to be published.
An alumnus has written a book about the year abroad he completed whilst studying at Exeter.
An Exeter alumna author has found new success with her latest crime fiction series.
A team of engineering students from Exeter University took on the best in the world at the Formula Student competition at Silverstone from 3 – 7 July 2013.
Four University of Exeter students have won the Microsoft Imagine Cup World Innovation Competition which aims to find the best app developing talent worldwide.
Four Exeter graduates are planning to row more than 2,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean to raise money for a children’s charity.
The University of Exeter has finished fifth in the overall British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) rankings for the 2012 / 2013 season – it’s highest ever position.
An Exeter graduate is to receive a prestigious PhD award as he embarks on research which aims to reduce the impact of some of humankind’s most devastating diseases.
Five alumnae returned to Exeter to celebrate 60 years since their graduation.
An alumna footballer has been selected to play for the India Women’s National Football team.
Alumnae Samantha Durston (BSc Mathematics, Statistics & Operational Research 2006) and Cathy Debenham (BA Economics 1984) have made the final of the NatWest Venus Awards Devon 2013 in three categories.
New graduate Jen Steadman combines her linguistic dexterity with mathematical prowess – and all against the clock, when she appears as a contestant on popular television quiz show Countdown later this month.
Blue Stockings, the first play by alumna Jessica Swale (Drama 2004), is to premiere at the Globe theatre.
A recent bioscience graduate from the University of Exeter Penryn Campus has just started her own business in Falmouth, allowing her to stay and work in the county she adores.
An Exeter alumnus has set up a non-profit social enterprise to help make clean drinking water accessible to all.
John Keene, a training analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society is celebrating the recent publication of two books.
Recent graduates Tom Carson (Management with Marketing 2012) and Chris Rea (Flexible Combined Honours 2013) show their business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit when they appear on the popular television show Dragons’ Den this week.
Jen Steadman has set new records during her appearance on popular television programme Countdown.
An alumnus who has been campaigning for better access to new medicines for people with life-threatening conditions, is putting forward a new UK protocol.
The University of Exeter is celebrating after the institution recorded a 10% increase in employer reputation, in the QS World University Rankings, for the second year running.
Graduate Abi Morgan has won a prestigious Emmy Award as the writer of the popular television drama The Hour.
The University of Exeter Medical School (UEMS) and the combined departments of Biology and Geography (CLES Cornwall) at the University of Exeter’s Penryn campus are delighted to announce that both departments have been awarded Athena SWAN Bronze department awards.
Ana Botin, CEO, Santander UK, spoke today Thursday 3 October, to more than 150 guests including students, staff and alumni, on the future of banking. She also visited the Santander branch at the University.
New technology has enabled scientists to prove that most people with Type 1 Diabetes have active beta cells, the specialised insulin-making cells found in the pancreas.
Exeter alumnus Sajid Javid MP has been promoted in the Prime Minister’s Cabinet reshuffle.
Following a rigorous assessment process, the University of Exeter Business School has joined an elite group of international management educators accredited by EQUIS.
The Forum has recently been announced as the winner of the Higher Education and Research Category at the World Architecture Festival.
Former England wicketkeeper Paul Downton has been appointed as the Managing Director of England Cricket.
Selin Yigitbasi who recently graduated in Business and Management with proficiency in French from the University of Exeter Business School has also been awarded the Institute of Directors (IoD) Student of the Year prize.
A pilot sitcom written, directed and filmed by a drama graduate has had its first public screenings.
Jen Steadman, who set new records during her appearance on popular television programme Countdown, takes part in the championship finals next month.
Nearly 100 graduates are already planning to join this year’s Exeter carol service in central London.
Exeter alumna Sigrid Kaag is overseeing the timely elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
Vice-Chancellor Sir Steve Smith led a delegation from the University of Exeter to China last week to consolidate the University’s links with three of the leading universities in China.
Graduate and Just 4 Funk Director Matthew Macklin joined forces with the Centre of Medical History at a special event to see how Hip Hop may help awareness of mental health issues.
A new hour-long television programme showcasing some of the community work taking place in Cornwall is aired this weekend, co-presented by alumna Holly Harwood.
A graduate who established an online and television forum to encourage young Arabs to take part in public life and debate, has been recognised with an award in the United States.
A birthday present for her husband led to artist Christine Allison’s new exhibition of paintings in the United Arab Emirates.
Archive research undertaken whilst a PhD student at Exeter has inspired the debut collection of poetry by alumna Dr Julie Sampson (PhD English, 1997).
A graduate, who launched his own magazine this July, has already scooped a Cornish business award.
Green space in towns and cities could lead to significant and sustained improvements in mental health, finds a new study published in the journal of Environmental Science & Technology.
In this new feature we hear from some of Exeter's volunteers with their stories. This month it’s the turn of television producer Andrew Bullock.
A play written by a drama graduate about current conflicts and pressures within the world of higher education, receives its premiere at the Exeter Northcott Theatre this month.the sto
A screening of the 1913 Italian-made Spartacus, with music provided by the renowned silent film accompanist and composer Stephen Horne, was the highlight of a conference which took place at the University.
Law graduate and former Exeter academic Judge Demetrios Hadjihambis is currently President of the Supreme Court of Justice.
Alumni and Honorary Graduates have featured strongly in this year’s UK New Year Honours list.
Plans to construct a new short game practice golf area at the Sports Park on Streatham campus, have been unveiled by University of Exeter Sport.
Alumna Emily Blagden is in training for a rowing challenge which she hopes will set a new world record.
New academic journal The Undergraduate launched its first issue this week. Supported by the Annual Fund, it is committed to showcasing the best undergraduate essays at the University of Exeter.
The University of Exeter is delighted to announce the appointment of Sarah Jarman as its Director of Development & Alumni Relations.
Science and humanities subjects at the University of Exeter rank amongst the world’s best according to an influential international league table.
A major upgrade to research and learning facilities at the University’s St Luke’s Campus will soon begin, after full planning permission and internal funding were both granted.
A guide to communicating across different cultures has been written by Exeter alumnus Brian Hurn.
In our second ‘In the Spotlight’ feature, Economics alumnus and Alumni Secretary of the Boat Club, Sam Swadling, tells us what he’s been up to since graduating in 2011 and discusses his continued involvement with the University’s Boat Club.
The Arab Spring in the Middle East failed to deliver on its early promise, BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner OBE told a packed audience at the University of Exeter.
Exeter graduate Sajid Javid MP has been appointed the new Secretary of State for Culture.
Graduate Caroline Hukins has taken on 100 challenges in her 40th year but instead of choosing them for herself, asked friends and family to suggest them for her.
At five years old, Jack Neighbour’s neonatal diabetes health complications meant he had never spoken a word, and he communicated with his family through picture cards. Yet just six weeks after a genetic test by the team at the University of Exeter meant he could switch from insulin injections to tablets, he delighted his family by uttering his first words: the simple phrase “hello, mummy”.
An Exeter alumnus is attempting to set a new world record by cycling 3,751 miles across Canada.
'In the spotlight' is a regular feature which shares the stories of some of our alumni volunteers. This month is the turn of Rob Dawson (BSc Psychology with Sport & Exercise Science 2011).
A murky world combining high stakes finance and organised crime has been captured by author and alumnus John Gubert.
Each year, the Annual Fund supports projects across the University that benefit the wider student experience.
The University of Exeter is in the top ten of 123 UK universities for 2015 in the influential Complete University Guide, published yesterday.
The world’s leading climate scientists will gather for an event to examine the future of climate change research following a major international report into the impacts, significances and implications of climate change.
The University of Exeter has been ranked seventh in the UK in the prestigious Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2014.
Geography graduate Jack Lucas was a runner up in the latest prestigious television competition MasterChef UK.
A campaign group, which was launched by an Exeter alumnus, has welcomed a new initiative by the UK government.
Britain’s oldest recorded site of Christian worship, St Albans Cathedral, now has the novel coincidence of three Exeter alumni serving as members of its Cathedral Chapter.
Did You Know There Are Dragons in Cornwall? Is the title of a new children’s book recently published by Penryn Press a brand new publishing house created by students from the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus in Cornwall.
We were deeply saddened to hear of the death of Honorary Graduate Rik Mayall (Hon DLitt 2008)
A company which was started as a side-project by two Exeter students is now an internationally facing company with an annual turnover of over £600k.
SETsquared has been ranked as the top university business incubator in Europe and second best in the world.
Graduate Simon Amos, who is blind, shares success with his tutor, College, AccessAbility, alumnus David Merkel and guide dog Ronan.
Riptide has launched its tenth volume of creative writing, this time exploring the theme of “Imagining the Suburbs.”
We are in contact with over 2,500 alumni in China and are very pleased to announce the formation of the Exeter Alumni Association in China.
Law graduate Jeremy Wright MP has been appointed Attorney General in the UK Government’s Cabinet re-shuffle.
Several alumni and an Honorary Graduate were included in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
After living in Hong Kong and Malaysia for five years, it was time for alumnus Charlie Hoare (BA Business & Management with European Studies 2007) and his girlfriend Philllippa to head back to the UK.
Entrepreneur, single mum and alumna Ali Golds has written a book aimed at offering inspiration and practical advice to other parents in a similar situation who want to start their own business.
The University of Exeter has made its first official visit to Brazil, with Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith leading a delegation to to consolidate links with three leading research institutions.
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with a substantially increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in older people, according to the most robust study of its kind ever conducted.
Students at Exeter are the most satisfied of any of the Russell Group universities, according to the latest results from the National Student Survey (NSS) 2014.
An exhibition of laser cut sculptural installations by the first artist in residence at the National Museum of the Royal Navy, alumna Helen Snell, is taking place.
A Kickstarter to set up a popular science magazine has outdone its target of raising £5,000
John Gilbert, organiser of the 2014 Alumni Golf Day, writes about the event.
A group of student volunteers from Exeter help a rural community achieve sustainable development
The powerful story of an Iranian girl held in prison was turned into a prize winning translation by alumna Lesley Lawn.
A cookery book which started in alumna’s kitchen is now being printed for the sixth time
The University of Exeter has been chosen as hosts for the Tongan national team during the Rugby World Cup 2015, it has been announced.
Unequal sharing of workloads in societies could leave the most industrious individuals at higher risk of poor health and prone to accelerated ageing, according to a new study of a cooperative bird in the Kalahari Desert.
The University’s China representatives in Beijing and Shanghai marked four years with Exeter in July.
Six alumni and their families returned to Streatham, some of them for the first time since leaving 20 years ago.
Lord of the Flies, the classic novel by William Golding, marks the 60th anniversary of its publication on 17 September.
The Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport and Exeter graduate, The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, returned to campus to discuss the top political issues with current students.
Exeter has been named the top university in the Southwest according to The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015 after reaching a new high of 7th place in the national rankings.
Remaining CO2 emission ‘quota’ may be used up in one generation and half of all fossil fuel reserves may need to be left untapped.
The RAW Emerging Arts Platform will showcase some of the most exciting drama graduate performances in the UK, at the Exeter Northcott Theatre, from 2 to 4 October 2014.
Within a few months of the First World War starting, Germany and Britain were running out of raw materials. Chemists helped sustain the war effort through four long years to eventual peace in 1918.
So say the France Alumni Group who recently organised a reunion for French graduates, along with those who studied French, to return to Exeter and reminisce together.
A month later, they welcomed the Exeter University Club London branch to Provence
A striking new exhibition, now open in the Forum, presents 12 of the Exeter based (either at the University or Met Office) IPCC authors through a series of striking large-scale black and white portraits.
What would you do if you found a doorway to another world? And if you did go through it, what would happen if you couldn’t come back?
The world’s most famous rappers have been immortalised in recipes within a new cookbook, which was dreamed up at Exeter.
After having a revelation whilst battling with cancer, Siobhan Meaker (English Lit 1999) found a new career path in fitness
The University of Exeter’s St Luke’s Campus is celebrating its 160th anniversary this year.
A concert held at the University gave alumnus David Van Edwards the chance to hear live lute playing for the first time. He is now the President of the Lute Society, which has over a thousand members around the world.
The first issue of Biosphere magazine, created by alumna Roz Evans (Conservation Biology and Ecology 2014), has now been released.
2013/14 has been a fantastic year for our alumni volunteering programme with more alumni involved than ever before.
'In the Spotlight' is a regular feature which shares the stories of some of our alumni volunteers. This month is the turn of Devon entrepreneur Rob Holmes (Geography, 1990), founder of the highly successful Gro Company.
At age 21, Aisling Fahey (English 2014) has been appointed as Young Poet Laureate for London. She graduated from Exeter in July.
Alumna Lucy Feltham (Sociology and Philosophy 2008) sees Britain in an entirely different light after exploring its weird and wonderful communities for a year.
Emily Blagden was part of the first all-female team to row the demanding 2,400 mile route over the Pacific Ocean.
More than 100 mentors and mentees packed Devonshire House’s Terrace restaurant to kick-off the start of this academic year’s first Career Mentoring Scheme.
Five exceptional Exeter alumni are recognised in the Queen’s New Year Honours list 2015.
‘Be passionate about what you do, because if you are not, then when the first hurdle comes up, you will give up. The most successful entrepreneurs never give up’
The University of Exeter has received one of its biggest ever legacy donations from a Devon resident.
Alumni Oli Luscombe and Ed Cooper are part of an expedition team retracing the route of British explorer David Haig-Thomas through the Arctic.
Alumnus Nick J. Thorpe wages war on the boredom of modern life
Last week, academics and alumni from the University of Exeter met to celebrate the Leventis partnership through two lectures which explored the Impact of Greek Tragedy and Food on later societies
Over 90 Exeter alumni gathered in the inspiring surroundings of the ‘home of science’, the Royal Society, to hear an exclusive insight into the latest research from the University.
Global Conversation, a new programme of world lectures from some of Exeter's pioneering academics, launches in Hong Kong.
The College of Humanities has received a generous legacy donation from late archaeologist Professor Mick Aston, to benefit its Archaeology department.
'Volunteer in the spotlight' is a regular feature which shares the stories of some of our alumni volunteers.
Alumna Ruth Steele organised for 63 Geography students from both of our Exeter and Penryn campuses to attend an Open Day at the Met Office.
We were delighted to welcome representatives of the A. G. Leventis Foundation to a special event in London to celebrate and recognise the Foundation's generous philanthropic support.
A senior delegation from the University of Exeter, led by Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith, visited China and Hong Kong this week to enhance Exeter’s links with its partners and alumni in the region.
The University of Exeter has launched Global Conversation; a new international lecture series, showcasing some of the latest developments in world-leading research.
An insight into the wide range of research taking place at the University of Exeter Medical School’s Institute of Health Research will be on offer at a series of inaugural lectures which are open to all.
Alumnae recently shared their advice and guidance for overcoming challenges in your career at the annual Exe-X: Women and Leadership Reception, organised by the Alumnae Group.
Top 10 UK and best in the South West - University of Exeter subjects on the rise in Complete University Guide 2016
The University of Exeter has reinforced its position as one of the leading universities in the country, according to an influential league table.
The University of Exeter has been ranked as one of the top 10 UK universities in the influential Guardian University Guide 2016.
The Business School recently held a successful alumni reception in London which focused on the impact of May’s general election result.
The University of Exeter’s Global Conversation series visits Paris on 26 June where experts will gather to discuss their work on the search for Earth-like planets beyond the Solar System.
Exeter alumnus Tom O’Bryan has been awarded a Kennedy Scholarship to study a Masters of Public Policy (MPP) at Harvard in 2015/16.
Dr Mustafa Baig of the University's Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies met with Pope Francis in St Peter's Basilica on June 30.
An archaeological dig in a rural Devon village is yielding more ancient secrets.
Alumnus Jolyon Hedges on an alternative path after University: volunteering with ICS – International Citizen Service
Jolyon Hedges (German and Spanish 2014) spent time volunteering in Honduras after his degree through a government-funded development programme, International Citizen Service, open to all 18 – 25 year olds.
In June Exeter’s Global Conversation series visited Paris bringing together leading experts to discuss their work into the search for Earth-like exoplanets beyond our Solar System.
Alumni based elsewhere who have visited Exeter recently may have noticed some prominent changes in and near the city. The University has undeniably grown but it is not alone.
26-year-old Virginia Stuart-Taylor (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese 2012) is among a select few shortlisted for the privilege of rocketing into space.
Volunteer in the Spotlight is a regular feature that highlights the alumni that help current students achieve more. Tim Gay (French 1974) works in marketing and PR in Devon.
"When I moved back to the beautiful city of Exeter I soon found my way to the University of Exeter Community Garden.”
"When I moved back to the beautiful city of Exeter I soon found my way to the University of Exeter Community Garden.”
Volunteer in the Spotlight is a regular feature that highlights the alumni that help current students achieve more. Megan Hallinan (Creative Writing with French & Film, 2009) works in PR in London.
Chaired by Deborah Cochrane, Visiting Lecturer, the panel of five alumnae began by introducing themselves and explaining their career paths from their law degree at Exeter to their current positions.
A new feature to recognise achievements and publications of alumni writers.
Thanks to the generosity of our alumni we have raised £163,267 in our autumn telethon.
Volunteer in the Spotlight is a regular feature that highlights the alumni that help current students achieve more. Emma Fromant (BSc Geography, 2009) is a Senior EIA Consultant at Amec Foster Wheeler.
Three graduates from the University of Exeter have received funding for their new and innovative online medical revision service.
A new feature to recognise achievements and publications of alumni writers.
Congratulations to all Exeter alumni who were presented with an award in the New Year honours list 2016.
As part of the Ocean Reunion team, alumnus and former Rugby scholar Angus Barton (Exercise and Sport Sciences, 2012) has triumphed...
An Exeter Renewable Energy graduate has won a prestigious Energy Institute (EI) award for her work in promoting carbon reduction.
The University of Exeter’s student Business and Finance Society (BFS) welcomed 12 alumni to their 6th annual flagship dinner at...
Volunteer in the Spotlight is a regular feature that highlights the alumni that help current students achieve more. Simon Vigar (Politics 1991) is Royal Correspondent at Channel 5 News.
Alumnae and female students were able to discuss and build their career strategies at a recent workshop held on campus.
Students questioned Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to the University of Exeter to launch a new campaign...
Alumnae recently shared knowledge and expertise of ‘how to build your brand’ at the annual Exe-X...
Forced Entertainment, founded by alumni from the English and Drama departments at the University...
The generous support of two Exeter alumni is to provide a major boost to women’s cricket in the...
A new feature to recognise achievements and publications of alumni writers.
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.
This year’s Northcote Trophy Alumni team was under new leadership in the form of...
It’s a chilly Saturday in March 2016 and alumnae and female students have gathered...
The University’s Career Mentors come in many guises; teachers, scientists, bankers...
The ‘Tony Allen Scholarship Programme’ created in 2010 through Tony’s generosity...
In the past year alone, more than 1,950 alumni donors have made a gift to support...
Prior to starting her studies, Erin worked as a Fraud Investigator in China and began...
When ‘An Afternoon with Frank Gardner’ was hosted by the Arabic and Middle Eastern...
The charitable trust established in 2013 by Exeter alumni, the late Les Halpin...
Thanks to financial support from The Annual Fund in 2013, The Undergraduate...
The latest research on cybersecurity, an issue high on the agenda for both sides in the current US Presidential election campaign, will be shared by a leading expert from the University of Exeter at a special event in Washington DC, USA.
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...
Over 70 students from Medical Sciences were recently inspired by the huge range of career paths open to them, thanks to...
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.
An Exeter graduate has become a Guinness World Record holder following a charity challenge last year.
Five Exeter graduates from Physics recently volunteered at an event on campus to support the University’s commitment and continuing efforts to tackle gender inequality in STEMM...
The University of Exeter has launched its most ambitious philanthropic Campaign to date to reinforce its position as one of the leading research institutions worldwide.
Prominent divorce lawyer Baroness Shackleton is funding new University of Exeter research which could help uncover the secret of finding life-long love.
Exeter alum, James Marjoribanks (Education and French, 1983), met his first love on an exchange trip to Hungary but lost touch after graduation. He shares the story of how they were reunited after more than 20 years.
For the last 40 years, groups of students from Kenyon College, a liberal arts college in the US state of Ohio, have been coming to Exeter to study for a year as part of their degree programme. Marc Millon was on the first year of the programme in 1975 and has some great memories of this time. Not least because he met his wife Kim during the trip.