Articles from Exeter College

College Leaders Urge Government to Back the Augar Review

In an unprecedented move, the leaders of every general further education college in England have joined forces to write an open letter to the Chancellor and Secretary of State for Education urging them to “answer the calls from business” and respond to the “challenges of technological change and Brexit” by urgently investing in the country’s technical and vocational education system by implementing the main recommendations of the government’s recent Post-18 Education Review (the Augar Review).

Sir Hugo Swire visits Exeter College to discuss BTECs

Date:Friday 19 July 2019

Exeter College Celebrates Success of Careers Learning Pilot for Accountancy

Date:Friday 19 July 2019

98% of businesses have reported a positive experience with their Exeter College #apprentices

Survey Reveals Impact of Exeter College Apprentices

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.

Michael Caines Academy Students discuss their Work Placement

Pink Moon Café opened on Queen Street in Exeter earlier this year and is already a firm favourite amongst students and locals alike. Three of our Michael Caines Academy students (Poppy, Kaveh and Will) have just come to the end of a six week work placement there so we went along to find out what they have been up to.

Exeter College Launches Apprenticeship to Fill Growing Need for Digital Skills

Working with local providers, Exeter College is launching two new apprenticeships in IT and Software Development; a Software and Development Technician at Level 3 and a Software Developer at Level 4. It has been highlighted in the local economy that there is a growing need for digital skills, and it is hoped that these new apprenticeship programmes will help fill the skills gap.

Exeter College Students Selected for Prestigious Dance Roles

Two current dance students from Exeter College have been selected to perform in the latest adaptation of world renowned choreographer, Matthew Bourne’s, latest adaptation of Romeo and Juliet at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth. Ella Roberts and Jess Tarrant were selected from thousands that auditioned to be two out of six young dancers chosen from across the Southwest, they joined the young cast in production from 4-8 June 2019 at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.

Exeter College Opens New £2.4 million Gym and Dance Studio

Exeter College has officially opened its new £2.4 million Gym and Dance Studio – a ‘world class’ space to inspire the next generation.

Former Exeter College Photography Student Makes His Mark

Former Exeter College graduate, Stephen Raff, has been making waves in the photographic world with his unique and inspiring work in an unusual field of photography and winning prestigious awards too.

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