While it is not compulsory, the University of Exeter has advised students to take a Coronavirus test before travelling home for winter break.
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Registrar email reveals that while cases remain low from the university, students should remain vigilant Due to the continued rise in cases in Devon and Cornwall, the university is advising that students and colleagues remain vigilant in taking the necessary precautions. However, they highlight that cases related to the university remain low with 18-20% of […]
The University of Exeter has announced the No Detriment Policy will not be applied to assessments completed in the 20/21 academic year.
Exeter Graduates Celebrate with Online Ceremony On 31st July 2020, the virtual graduation ceremony took place for the class of 2020. Unlike previous years, the ceremony was not physical due to Covid-19. Instead, the physical ceremony has been postponed to the summer of 2021. Recording of the ceremony is available on YouTube. The ceremony involved […]
University of Exeter study finds that Quorn products lower cholesterol A University of Exeter study suggests that mycoprotein, the protein source only found in Quorn products, lowers the absorptive levels of low-density lipoproteins, otherwise referred to as “bad” cholesterol. The study found that mycoprotein lowers levels of cholesterol more than protein sources such as meat […]
Exeter is the 10th most Instagrammable university in UK The University of Exeter beats the University of Manchester and the University of Lincoln to become the tenth most Instagrammable university in the whole of the UK. Based on data analysed by The Knowledge Academy, the University has been tagged at least 78,608 times on Instagram […]
University of Exeter volunteers build thousands of face shields for local NHS workers A group of 70 researchers from the University of Exeter joined by 30 other volunteers are participating in the manufacturing of face shields to cover the needs of the local hospitals in Exeter. They have built at least 2000 face shields to […]
In light of renewed discussions of racism in the UK, an anti-racist collective of the University of Exeter has written an open letter to the university and Student’s Guild with demands to foster a greater anti-racist culture within the institution.
Medieval arrows caused similar injuries to modern-day gunshots New archaeological evidence shows the injuries caused by medieval arrows are similar to gunshot wounds caused today. The newly discovered bones supporting this were found in a Dominican friary in Exeter. The bones harbour the wounds of a longbow arrow shot through the skull, leaving behind small […]
The University of Exeter and local NGO plant thousands of trees in the Amazon Ran by the University of Exeter and local NGO Instituto Ouro Verde (the ‘Institute of Green Gold’), the project has planted thousands of trees in the Amazon’s “arc of deforestation”. Almost 150 acres of former rainforest land has been converted to […]