Our online Discover University platform provides information, advice and guidance for prospective students, parents/guardians, teachers and advisers about studying at university.
Take part in an online event covering:
- Subject specific talks from our academic community
- Live Q&As with staff and students
- Guidance sessions on:
- Choosing a course
- Writing a personal statement
- Navigating the UCAS process, and more!
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|28 Sep||18:00 - 19:00||
Student Life at the University of Exeter
Current students from the University of Exeter will provide an insight into life and study at the University of Exeter’s campuses in Devon and Cornwall.
|29 Sep||12:00 - 19:00||
Meet the Russell Group
All 24 universities have joined together to offer one big virtual event on Wednesday 29th September, where you'll be able to speak directly with their staff and students, and explore their campuses through virtual campus tours. There will also be 13 interactive webinars throughout the day, including advice on Constructing a Competitive
|5 Oct||18:00 - 19:00||
Applying to Medicine
This session will provide an overview of the application process for Medicine– discussing UCAT examinations, MMIs and top tips from current Medicine students who have been through the process.
|7 Oct||18:00 - 19:00||
Writing an effective personal statement
This session will provide insight into the important role a personal statement plays in the application process and provide top tips for planning an effective personal statement.
|12 Oct||18:00 - 19:00||
Considering the University of Exeter
This session will provide an insight into life and study on our campuses in Devon and Cornwall. Led by University of Exeter staff, it will discuss facilities, courses and opportunities to tailor a degree.
|14 Oct||18:00 - 19:00||
Sports and societies at the University of Exeter
Current students from the University of Exeter will provide an insight into sports and societies at the University of Exeter’s campuses in Devon and Cornwall.
|19 Oct||18:00 - 19:00||
Choosing a course
This session will focus on choosing a course for university study, and will be hosted by University of Exeter staff. It will cover important stages in the decision making process, and factors to take into account – such as modules, years in industry, study abroad, type of university, lifestyle and location.
|21 Oct||18:00 - 19:00||
Hear from our students: Studying abroad and taking an industrial experience year
Current students from the University of Exeter will provide an insight into studying abroad and undertaking an industrial placement as part of an undergraduate degree.
Spotlight on: Choosing a Course
This month we’re shining a spotlight on researching your course options – pay attention to modules, course structure and campus when you’re searching!
If you’re thinking about going to University, but are unsure of whether it’s right for you or would just like to find out more about university life, here are some useful resources which may help you in your decision-making.
- Your guide to Higher Education
- Higher Education useful websites
- Higher Education Jargon Buster
- Mini guide to student life
- Introduction to Higher Education (video)
- Key Stage 3 - University Guide
- Key Stage 3 - Discover Higher Education (video)
- Key Stage 3 - Higher Education support (video)
- Key Stage 3 - Why study in the South West? (video)
In these podcasts Dr Karl Devincenzi, Schools Relationship Manager, and guests discuss topical issues relevant to higher education. Tune in and find out more.
Series 2, Episode 14 - 9th August - In this final episode just before A Level results day, Karl and Katherine run through what students can expect on results day including reviewing recent media reports about increased levels of competitiveness for places, whilst also providing some guidance for students considering deferring/re-applying. Tune in and find out more.
Series 2, Episode 13 - 2nd August - In this episode of In Conversation, Karl talks to Helen Whyte, Accommodation Office Manager based in Exeter, about our accommodation guarantee and what students need to do come results day next week. Find out more by listening to this episode.
Series 2, Episode 12- 26th July - As A-Level results day approaches, Karl and Katherine reflect on the process and what students should expect on the day itself. Join in and find out more.
Series 2, Episode 11 - 19th July - In this episode of In Conversation, Karl talks to Nicola Sinclair, Head of WP and Student Recruitment about the support available to students from under-represented backgrounds and how we as a University identify students at the point of application.
Series 2, Episode 10 - 12th July - Head of Wellbeing and Welfare Services, Mark Sawyer talks to Karl this week about the support services in place for students at the University. What can students expect and how do they reach out to the different services? Tune in and find out more.
Series 2, Episode 9 - 5th July - This week's In Conversation talks through IB results and what happens next for students receiving their IB results. Tune in and listen to Dr Katherine Lloyd Clark and myself talk about how we handle these results and what students need to do next.
Series 2, Episode 8 - 28th June - In this episode, Karl is joined by two current students who reflect on their learning and student experience at the University of Exeter. Tune in to hear fantastic insight into their experiences and how they have coped with the high and lows of university life.
Series 2, Episode 7 - 21st June - In episode 7, Karl talks to Helen Whyte, Accommodation Office Manager, about accommodation arrangements for prospective students starting their courses in September in Exeter. Tune in to find out more about what is available.
Series 2, Episode 6 - 14th June - Karl is joined by two current students for this episode of In Conversation where they discuss their teaching and learning experiences over the last 14 months and provide advice for students starting in September.
Series 2, Episode 5 - 7th June - Karl is joined by Professor Mark Goodwin, Deputy Vice Chancellor and discusses the key challenges facing universities , whilst looking ahead to the teaching and learning experiences envisaged for prospective students. Tune in and find out more!
Series 2, Episode 4 - 1st June - Episode 4 continues the admissions cycle for year 13 students and focuses on results day. Karl and Katherine explore the different possible outcomes, how universities handle results and the options available to you at that stage. Find out more by listening in to this episode.
Series 2, Episode 3 - 24th May - In this episode, Karl talks to Katherine about Teacher Assessed Grades and what happens between the time they are put together in schools/colleges to their release in early August. Gain an insight into the process and how universities handle your grades by tuning in!
Series 2, Episode 2 - 17th May - Episode 2 focuses on the teaching and learning experience in September as Karl and Katherine talk through the student experience, deferral opportunities and availability of year abroad/industrial placements. Tune in and find out more.
Series 2, Episode 1 - 10th May - In this episode Karl discusses with Dr Katherine Lloyd-Clark, Assistant Director for Admissions and Student Recruitment, forthcoming milestones for Year 13 students and how they can best prepare for the coming months.