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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

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April to July (Tuesdays and Fridays) Arranged upon booking 

Business Talks (in-person and virtual) -  

Dr Constantine Manolchev will deliver a Business talk to your students, with flexible options on content, such as an insight into Dr Manolchev’s own inspirational ‘path to business’, an explanation of how Business is taught at Exeter University and the transition from sixth-form studies, or a taster session on his own unique area of research – Business and Sustainability. Accompanied by a student ambassador the session will also provide insight into university life and study from a student perspective. Your students will also have the opportunity to ask any questions they might have on any of these topics throughout the session. The talk will be delivered in-person to schools local to the Penryn Campus and virtually to schools further afield.

Dr Constantine Manolchev is available on Tuesdays & Fridays but exact timings will depend on academic teaching commitments within the particular week of enquiry. Please enquire as to possible suitable dates. Spaces for talks are limited, so early booking is advised.

Please contact to register your interest and find out more

Note - school level eligibility criteria may apply for this event.

 27th June - 1st July 17:30 - 18:30 for online sessions 

Youth Empowerment Online Week

From 27th June-1st July, we're delivering a series of online sessions and as part of our Youth Empowerment programme - including:

- Excluded Voices: Young People as Experts of Political Participation
- Youth, Students, and the US Civil Rights Movement
- Student Society Presidents Q&A Panel
- Emerging Entrepreneurs: Startups at University

This programme will be celebrating youth empowerment and young voices and will give students the opportunity to experience a taste of university education as they watch and engage in interactive seminars delivered by academic experts, staff, current university students, and alumni.

Plus as part of the week, there will be a competition in which students will have an opportunity to win a £50 voucher. The brief is 'What does youth empowerment mean to you?' - students can enter with an essay or piece of creative writing (max 250 words), a photo, a recording of their own composition (music or song), or a photo of their own artwork. The competition will close on Friday 1st July at 5pm and they must send your entries to

To sign up to any of the online sessions above, students need to submit this form and if you have any questions, please email
4th July  10:00 - 15:00 

Britain Needs Scientists, Exeter  

Science impacts every aspect of our lives, from what we eat to where we live - and even the day to day functions of our bodies. Science is far more than petri dishes and pipettes - and the roles of scientists, and the challenges and innovation they engage, are just as varied. Students from Years 10-12 are invited to our Streatham campus to take part in a day of exciting, engaging workshops focussed on highlighting the practical applications of curriculum science topics in our world-leading disciplines and research areas. There will be opportunities to learn about our specialist research, hear about the career journeys of our staff and students, and explore our campus. 

To find out more, and to enquire about booking places, please email


Note - school level eligibility criteria may apply for this event.

12th - 15th July Residential event

University of Exeter Medical School Year 11 Residential 

In collaboration with Health Education England, and the Medical Schools Council, the University of Exeter is supporting a summer school for Year 11 students interested in courses and careers in medicine and the medical field. Students will receive the information, skills and above all the confidence they need to submit a strong application to medicine, as well as hands-on workshops set in a real model 'field hospital' environment on a range of scientific topics and challenges, with pupils taking the lead on making diagnostic decisions and working to a deadline to build a field hospital and use a range of medical diagnostic tools and procedures. Places are competitive, and will be assigned based on applicant eligibility.

Participants can apply for a place at this link:

Note - applicants must be attending a school within Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset or Bristol in order to be considered for a place

Assorted dates in summer


University of Exeter Virtual Work Experience 

Healthcare is about far more than ward rounds and patient consultations. The University of Exeter, in partnership with clinical research staff at the RILD, will be hosting a series of virtual workshops for Year 12 students interested in learning more about the research, the work, and the multi-disciplinary teams, behind public health. Students will have the opportunity to learn about vital processes in research and treatment development from expert clinical staff, and also to learn about how best to implement this experience in their applications – and future practice! – in bespoke workshops provided by University of Exeter team members.
These workshops will take place over Zoom, at varied dates throughout the summer of 2022.

To apply, or learn more, please contact Caspian at


On-Campus Visits

We are conscious that you may be interested in bringing groups to our campuses in the new academic year. We would be delighted to be able to explore these opportunities with you and would encourage you to submit a request using our school booking system linked to these pages.

Discover University

Discover University is a collection of online activities and resources designed to support students, parent / guardians, teachers, and advisers through various digital platforms. Join us in supporting students to make informed decisions about their future.

  • Regular sharing of resources and signposting through social media
  • A Facebook live lecture series
  • Live-streamed advice and guidance workshops
  • A wide range of video resources via YouTube
  • A teacher-focused Twitter feed
  • Online Open Days
  • Online subject conferences
  • Promotion of cutting-edge research and interactive tools to help develop the knowledge and skills of participants
  • Virtual residentials
  • Teacher CPD online conferences

Please visit our Twitter and Facebook pages for further information and to stay up to date with upcoming events.

To sign up to any of the online sessions above, students need to submit this form and if you have any questions, please email