Email to all EU students (03/10/2016)

St Luke's Campus version

Dear student

In follow up to Professor Sir Steve Smith’s email in June regarding the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, I am writing to invite you to attend a question and answer session: Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University?

I want to hear your questions about the implications for you, as a student studying in the UK, of Brexit (the UK’s decision to leave the EU) and help answer them if I can.

The session will be support by a panel of experts from across the University. I am hosting a session at the St Luke’s Campus on Monday 17th October at 1.30 to 2.30pm in G18, Exeter Medical School building and you are warmly invited to attend.

You can also submit questions in advance by emailing me at TimQuineDVC@exeter.ac.uk.

If you would prefer to attend a session at another campus, please see our event webpage for details of other locations.

From 12.30 to 1.30pm on the same day, I will also be in the X-Keys for a more relaxed drop in session where you can ask me face to face questions or share your ideas on any University theme; you might have ideas about new ways of doing things or suggestions of things that you think need to change.

Locations and times for these sessions at other campuses are available on the Meet the DVC web page.

I hope to see you at one of these sessions.

Many thanks and kind regards,

Tim

Professor Tim Quine
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)

 

Streatham Campus version

Dear student

In follow up to Professor Sir Steve Smith’s email in June regarding the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, I am writing to invite you to attend a question and answer session: Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University?

I want to hear your questions about the implications for you, as a student studying in the UK, of Brexit (the UK’s decision to leave the EU) and help answer them if I can.

The session will be support by a panel of experts from across the University. I am hosting a session at the Streatham Campus on Thursday 20th October at 12 to 1pm in the Building:One Bateman Lecture Theatre and you are warmly invited to attend. Please note, the session at Streatham Campus is being recorded to share with students who cannot attend.

You can also submit questions in advance by emailing me at TimQuineDVC@exeter.ac.uk.

If you would prefer to attend a session at another campus, please see our event webpage for details of other locations.

From 1 to 2pm on the same day, I will also be in the Forum Street for a more relaxed drop in session where you can ask me face to face questions or share your ideas on any University theme; you might have ideas about new ways of doing things or suggestions of things that you think need to change.

Locations and times for these sessions at other campuses are available on the Meet the DVC web page.

I hope to see you at one of these sessions.

Many thanks and kind regards,

Tim

Professor Tim Quine
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)

 

Penryn Campus version

Dear student

In follow up to Professor Sir Steve Smith’s email in June regarding the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, I am writing to invite you to attend a question and answer session: Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University?

I want to hear your questions about the implications for you, as a student studying in the UK, of Brexit (the UK’s decision to leave the EU) and help answer them if I can.

The session will be support by a panel of experts from across the University. I am hosting a session at the Penryn Campus on Friday 21st October at 12 to 1pm in the Exchange Lecture Theatre and you are warmly invited to attend.

You can also submit questions in advance by emailing me at TimQuineDVC@exeter.ac.uk.

If you would prefer to attend a session at another campus, please see our event webpage for details of other locations.

From 1 to 2pm on the same day, I will also be in the Upper Stannary for a more relaxed drop in session where you can ask me face to face questions or share your ideas on any University theme; you might have ideas about new ways of doing things or suggestions of things that you think need to change.

Locations and times for these sessions at other campuses are available on the Meet the DVC web page.

I hope to see you at one of these sessions.

Many thanks and kind regards,

Tim

Professor Tim Quine
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)