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Your voice

Working with you and hearing your feedback is a critical part of the way we work. It's only with your input that we can improve our courses, ensure the latest facilities work for you and bring in the best technology. That’s why we ask for your opinions and act upon them.

Students are at the very heart of our decision making. Your voice helps us to create the outstanding education and student experience you’ve come to expect at the University of Exeter. Thanks to you, we’re constantly improving our University, together. 

Transforming your education together

Our students are our partners and are at the heart of everything we do. You help us to make sure we’re providing what you need in an ever-changing world and together you make ours a vibrant, inclusive community. Your involvement includes everything from sharing your views and being there when decisions are made, to collaborating on the curriculum and research, or taking part in student-led initiatives.

Do you have ideas to improve anti-racism and inclusion or gender safety?

Apply now for funding!
If you want to help to make the Uni anti-racist and inclusive or gender safer, funding is available for you to deliver your own project. Open to all our students, you can bid for up to £5,000 to run a project focusing on one of these themes. If you can identify a clear challenge affecting students, and activities you can do to solve them, apply for funding online now. Applications close on Monday 8 January.
Read more about how and what to apply for.

Representing you!

See who is representing you, at your Students' Guild in Exeter and your Students' Union in Cornwall

Your Students' Guild Officers 2023/24

Your SU Presidents 2023/24

Got feedback about your course?

Course reps are part of your Students’ Guild or Students' Union who provide them with training and support. They're your voice - passionate about representing you and making sure your views are shared with Uni staff through the termly Student Staff Liaison Committees (SSLCs) and throughout the year.

Find out who your rep is, and give them your feedback - what's working and what could be improved? It'll help us make sure we're providing what you need from your course.

Exeter Students' Guild
Falmouth and Exeter Students' Union