The University of Exeter has announced a new partnership with the World Economic Forum to develop a new global initiative aimed at fixing the damage caused by global warming to the Arctic and Antarctic biospheres.
University of Exeter twinned with Ukrainian university
Exeter University has partnered with King Danylo University in Ukraine, as part of a national program aiming to safeguard and enhance higher education in Ukraine.
International Students comment on their experience in UK Universities
On 21 February, in conjunction with the UK Council for International Student Affairs, a dedicated session was held to provide international students the opportunity to voice their experiences on studying at UK universities.
Exeter researchers contribute to parliamentary report on invisible disabilities
Researchers from the University of Exeter have contributed to a parliamentary briefing concerning the challenges which face those with invisible disabilities in education and work, such as a mental health condition or cognitive impairment.
Government discusses capping foreign student numbers
As university budgets are stretched to their limits, there are now fears that apparent plans to limit the number of international students in future years could bring universities to the brink of bankruptcy.
Exeter ranks 48th in the World in the New QS Sustainability Ranking
The University of Exeter has officially been ranked 48th in the world in the new QS Sustainability Ranking 2023, which recognises universities across the globe that are taking action to tackle the world’s greatest Environmental, Social and Governance challenges.
University of Exeter professor launches climate change name generator
A University of Exeter researcher is behind the viral Artic Risk Name Generator, which was launched to spread awareness of Artic warming in the hope of inciting climate action.
Should the legal system and the media mix?
Lauren Katie discusses whether the various trends and influences of modern media are wrongly becoming apparent within our justice systems.
Taliban reverses decision to allow Afghan teenage girls back to school
Taliban reverses decision to allow Afghan teenage girls back to school The Taliban have revoked their promise to reopen secondary schools for girls in Afghanistan. Millions of Afghan girls have been without access to education since the Taliban seized control of the country in August last year. Hope that girls could start attending school again […]
Exeter severs link with Russian twin town
Exeter severs link with Russian twin town Exeter City Council has voted to suspend the civic relationship with its Russian twin city, Yaroslavl. Councillors met on 10 March to discuss Exeter’s link to the Russian municipality and voted unanimously to revoke the formal relationship. The motion was put forward by the City Council’s leader, Phil […]