Traditionally Primary Schools have a mainly female staff, however this is steadily changing with the number of men taking Post Graduate Certificates of Education (PGCE) in primary education.
The University of Exeter has further strengthened its links with China by forming a partnership with one of the country’s top sports science universities.
The University of Exeter has made it into the top 10 universities in the UK for the first time, according to The Times league table.
Millions of voters across 27 counties are eligible to cast their votes for the sole institution in the European Union that is directly elected by the people.
Western democracies have an increasingly complex relationship with China in which pressure for human rights reform is rapidly being overcome by the realities of economic interdependence, according to new research by Professor of International Relations Tim Dunne.
An ambitious project worth more than £6 million to increase high quality research and strengthen links between businesses and the Combined Universities in Cornwall (CUC) has been approved for more than £4.6 million of ESF (European Social Fund) Convergence investment.
An obscure species of beetle has shown how brilliant white paper could be produced in a completely new way.
In a lecture entitled ‘Planet Earth is in your Supply Chain’, two highly respected experts will be sharing their experience and knowledge of how to use innovation and sustainable practices in the supply chain in front of members of the Business Leaders Forum.
Devon born writer and poet, Patricia Beer is being honoured by the University of Exeter in a special event to mark the 10th anniversary of her death and the successful completion of a cataloguing project of South West writers.
The University of Exeter has appointed Dr Shaun Curtis to take forward its international strategy.
The delicate language of international diplomacy is well known to Arabic Interpreter Mr Leslie McLoughlin who has lived a life more akin to scenes in James Bond films.
University of Exeter geographer Professor Chris Turney has been awarded the Bigsby Medal for 2009 from the British Geological Society of London.
The Annual Arab-British Culture and Society awards have honoured University of Exeter’s Middle East expert, Professor Tim Niblock with an award rarely given to academics.
The University of Exeter Students’ Guild has won a national award in recognition of the high level of student involvement in its activities, services and events.
Cutting-edge optical imaging technology developed at the University of Exeter will help develop smart nanodrugs to treat brain diseases like schizophrenia, depression and dementia.
The University of Exeter has been ranked 14th ‘greenest’ University in the UK, out of a total of 126 higher education institutions.
University of Exeter alumnus Professor Bill Wakeham has been knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
The University of Exeter is hosting a conference with a world-class line-up of speakers in Falmouth, Cornwall, on 22 and 23 June.
The European elections saw an increase in votes to Euro-sceptic candidates and a decrease in voter turn out. The University of Exeter’s Centre for European Governance investigates issues surrounding European politics.
A senior academic from the University of Exeter has been appointed as the new Chief Executive and Deputy Chair to the UK’s largest funding body for the arts and humanities.
As of 1 July there were around 7,000 reported cases of Swine Flu in the UK, including 173 in the South West of England.
The ambition for Cornwall to become a world leading centre for wave energy has moved a step closer to reality with the launch of a two tonne (2000kg) buoy off the coast of Falmouth.
Two senior staff from the University of Exeter have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships.
Today saw the first ever presentation of the ‘Exeter Award’ to a group of students from across the University.
Does money really make the world go round? Is the question being put to Year 12 students in Cornwall, by Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Exeter’s Cornwall Campus in the annual essay writing competition.
Professor Sir John Tooke, Dean of the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, is to join University College London.
Twelve key figures will receive Honorary Degrees at the University of Exeter this July.