We’ve built a team of student bloggers who are writing about anything and everything to do with life at the University of Exeter. Stuff like lectures, seminars and exams, societies and volunteering, plans for after graduation, life in Exeter and Cornwall, and what they think about the latest higher education stories in the news; basically anything that might be interesting to fellow or potential students (or even staff!).
Meet our bloggers
Read a selection of choice posts by our fantastic team, and follow links to their individual blogs, on our central Students’ Blog. You can also find out more about our undergraduate student bloggers on our UG study website.
How can I take part?
We’re currently looking for new bloggers for the 2013/14 academic year. We're especially keen to hear from postgraduate research students, and anyone studying science subjects, so don't be afraid to get in touch.
Please note that, although we're delighted to hear from Masters students, the demands of postgraduate taught study can make non-essential activities difficult to keep up with. As such it might be worth seeing how your workload looks before getting in touch.
If you'd like to be considered to be one of our student bloggers, please send a sample post and a brief bio to Nick Southall - firstname.lastname@example.org. You might find it useful to read our guide to What makes a good blog post? and our blogging guidelines before you start writing.