Articles from Exeter College

Exeter College's Rob Bosworth discusses the #CollegeoftheFuture

Exeter College's Festival of Carols 2019

Exeter College’s annual Festival of Carols will be kicking off Christmas in the stunning setting of Exeter Cathedral, complete with performances from college students; all in the name of charity.  

Exeter College Flying High

Exeter College has once again been ranked as one of the top colleges in the country in this year’s annual NICDEX rankings. This latest ranking means that Exeter College has never left the top five since the ranking’s inception four years ago.

Exeter College Celebrates Microsoft Innovative Educators

Exeter College and Microsoft joined forces to celebrate the digital innovators at the heart of the college’s Digital Transformation. 

Exeter College Shortlisted for National Award for Employer Engagement

  Exeter College has made it to the finals of the Association of Colleges Beacon City & Guilds Award for Engagement with Employers.  

John Laramy's simple vision: To be exceptional @ExeterCollege

When people in other parts of the UK hear the name Exeter, they are likely to recognise it for one of several things. Most often, it is either the Chiefs, the University of Exeter or Exeter College.

Learn2Live Visit Exeter College to Talk Road Safety

Exeter College hosted the road safety team Learn2Live to talk with students on the dangers of the road and how the impact of a wrong decision can last a lifetime. 

Gavin Williamson Visits Exeter College to Talk T Levels

The Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson MP visited Exeter College to learn more about the impact new T Level qualifications will have on the region’s learners.  

Institute of Technology Digital and Data Centre at Exeter College Gets the Green Light

The South West Institute of Technology (SWIOT) Digital and Data Centre at Exeter College has been signed off as part of a wider plan to revolutionise digital, engineering and manufacturing technology education across the region. The new £11million building will be at the heart of the college and located on its Hele Road site in what is great news for the college, city and region.  

Exeter College Celebrates Graduation for Degree Level Students

Degree level students at Exeter College celebrated their graduation in the breathtaking setting of Exeter Cathedral last week.   Hundreds of guests, friends and family came together to watch more than 170 students graduate from the college’s Centre for University Level Studies.   Students donned their gowns and caps to be awarded their degree level qualifications in subjects ranging from business to mechanical engineering.   The graduation ceremony marks the completion of a tremendous effort from each and every student at Exeter College. The college’s degree level qualifications include full degrees as well as Foundation Degrees, Higher National Certificates and Higher National Diplomas and cater for young students as well as those returning to education.   The students were welcomed into the Cathedral with music from the Exeter College Orchestra ahead of the formal graduation ceremony.   Inspirational speeches were made by The Dean of Exeter Cathedral, The Very Reverend Jonathan Greener, Exeter College Principal John Laramy and Chief Executive of the Met Office Penelope Endersby.   Upon receiving their qualification certificates, students were congratulated on their achievements by Chair of Governors at Exeter College David Allen OBE and Catherine Taylor, the Head of Higher Education at the college.   Exeter College’s Principal and Chief Executive John Laramy said,


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