Global Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Global Activity is core to the mission of the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Our research is world-leading and tackles major global challenges. Our academics work with top collaborators around the world to develop strong international research and education partnerships, and foster an environment for the vibrant interdisciplinary exchange of ideas, and the teaching of international students from over 120 countries.
The Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences is proud to be establishing academic contact with partner institutions at the forefront of their research.
- UK-China Humanities Alliance (UKCHA)
- Exeter-Fudan Global Thought Network
- Tsinghua University
- Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Chinese University of Politics & Law (CUPL)
- East China University of Science & Technology (ECUST)
- Shaanxi Normal University (SNNU)
- Wuhan University
- Fudan University
- The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
- Shanghai International Studies University (SISU)
Middle East and North Africa
- American University of Iraq, Sulaimani
- Kurdish Heritage Institute
- King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies
- Zheen Centre for Documentation and Research
- The American University of Iraq-Baghdad
- University of Sharjah
Work with us
To discuss any aspect of our global partnerships, including existing collaborations, establishing a new international partnership and funding opportunities available, please contact:
The Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences encourages visits from high-quality doctoral students and researchers who wish to contribute to, and participate in the research culture and work of the Faculty Normally, our visiting scholars are full-time members of another university.
We expect our visiting scholars to participate in the academic life of the department as much as possible, for example, engaging in discussions or joint projects with departmental members and presenting papers about their own research seminar programmes. There are a number of options for visiting scholars to come to the Faculty.
Visiting research students
Research students should initially identify an academic mentor within the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. The mentor will then contact the Admissions team to obtain a link to the on-line application form for the visiting PGR to complete.
For general admissions enquiries, applicants are advised to contact the PGR admissions team via email@example.com.
Academics or researchers wishing to visit the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences for a period of between three to six months can apply to visit the Faculty by filling out this HASS Visiting Scholars application form
Before doing so, applicants are encouraged to read the guidance for Visiting Scholars that accompanies the application and discuss their application with colleagues in the academic department that they are hoping to visit.
For any enquiries related to the Visiting Scholars process, please contact HASS@exeter.ac.uk.
Our student scholarships
At the University of Exeter we combine world-class teaching and research from exceptional locations in South West England.
Whether you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate student, the University has more than £2.5 million worth of scholarships available for international fee paying students applying to study with us in 2023.
Scholarships are highly competitive and will be awarded for outstanding academic quality. We encourage prompt submission of your scholarship application once you have received an eligible programme offer.
Each year the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences invites our new global scholarship students to celebrate their success as a scholarship holder for that academic year. The celebration is normally held at Reed Hall on our beautiful Streatham Campus in Exeter, where scholars from around the world attend and have the opportunity to connect with other attendees, fellow scholars, and a range of academic staff from University of Exeter.
Scholars are also presented with a certificate to mark their achievements by Professor Li Li, Associate Pro- Vice-Chancellor for Global Engagement for the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.
Languages in a Global World
Languages in a Global World is held annually and brings together local Modern Foreign Language teachers and their GCSE and A-level students, University of Exeter alumni, and current staff and students of languages and international cultures at the University.
Guest Speaker, Rosie Tapper - 19 February
Guest Speaker, Rosie Tapper, will join the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences on 19 February 2024 for the next event in the Languages in a Global World series.
University of Exeter Senior Vice-President and Provost, Professor Dan Charman, will introduce guest speaker, Exeter graduate and Vision 2030 Counsellor for the British Embassy Riyadh, Rosie Tapper. HASS Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean, Professor Gareth Stansfield and Professor Li Li, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Global Engagement will lead a conversation with Rosie, to be followed by a Q&A for school students, hosted by Professor Fiona Cox, Head of the Languages, Cultures and Visual Studies department in the faculty.
Location: LT1, Queen’s Building, The Queen’s Drive, Exeter, EX4 4QH with the option to join remotely via Teams Webinar.
Time: 5.00pm - 6.00pm a drinks reception will follow in the Queen's Cafe.
Global scholarship students were welcomed to Reed Hall earlier this year to celebrate their success as a scholarship holder. Find out more about our Global Excellence Scholarships.