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Teachers and advisers

Our team

Contact us – Schools and College Engagement team

The Outreach Team focuses on building partnerships with schools and colleges across the UK to ensure that your students receive relevant guidance and advice to make informed decisions about their future educational pathways. There is a dedicated member of staff working with schools in each region across the UK.

Should you wish to make a request for attendance at an event or the delivery of any workshops and presentations at your school/college, please use our booking system to submit an enquiry.

For specific queries relating to support available for underrepresented students, contact our Access and Success Officer, Natalie Bracher at

Contact us – Widening Participation and Faculty leads

The University of Exeter has academic Faculties within which all of its degree programmes are taught. Each of these have Widening Participation Coordinators who lead on the development and delivery of subject-specific outreach activity, focussed mainly on improving access for those groups of individuals that are most underrepresented within higher education but also available to partner schools across the country.

Details of the academic Faculties and the subject areas in which they teach can be found below. If you would like to participate in subject-specific activity that isn't available to book directly through the live events section of the website, please see the contact details below:

For the University of Exeter Business School, contact Ruth Smyth-Bonfield (Streatham Campus) or Lilly Moore (Penryn Campus) at

For the following subject areas, contact Daniel Fenton (Streatham Campus) or Emily Read (Penryn Campus) at

For the following departments and subject areas, contact Beth Brooks at

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences 

University of Exeter Medical School

Booking system

If you would like to book a visit to our campuses or make a request to attend an event or the delivery of a workshop, please use our booking system.

The Exeter Scholars Programme