HR Excellence in Research Award
The HR Excellence in Research Award acknowledges the University's commitment and plans to implement both the QAA Code of Practice for Research Degree Programmes and the Concordat.
This sets out clear expectations for researchers, research managers, research institutions, and funders of research. The Concordat aims to increase the attractiveness and sustainability of research careers in the UK and to improve the quantity, quality and impact of research for the benefit of UK society and the economy and has been signed by many representatives, including Universities UK and RCUK.
- Concordat Implementation Plan and Audit Review (2009)
- EU-Concordat Self Assessment (2012)
- Researcher Development Priorities (2012 - 2015)
HR Excellence Award 4-year Review
Chris Wood - Researcher Development Manager
The University of Exeter has been shortlisted in the Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers category of the Times Higher Education Awards 2014, listen to Chris Wood, Researcher Development Programme Manager, talking about support and career development for early career researchers.
Nadine Levine - Research Fellow (Law)
Listen to what Nadine Levine, Research Fellow in Law, has to say about the Researcher Development Programmes