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The University of Exeter rated Gold for teaching quality
Posted on: June 27th 2017
Section: Member news

The University of Exeter has been rated Gold for teaching quality in the UK Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The rating takes into account the consistently outstanding teaching and learning delivered across the University. This, alongside high student engagement and partnership and world-class research, creates the unique Exeter experience. It makes them one of the few universities to have been rated among the very best in both the TEF and the most recent REF (Research Excellence Framework) results. Read more about Exeter’s teaching excellence and its TEF submission in a new, dedicated web section.

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