News - Education

Exeter College’s new Construction Centre extension has welcomed its first cohort of Construction T Level students following a £1million transformation creating a bespoke learning area for the new qualification.   Exeter College is one of the first providers in the country – and the only one in Devon – to offer T Levels for the 2020 academic year, with two year, full time courses now running in Construction, Digital and Education...
Exeter College’s ambitious campus Masterplan, which places a vision for what the College’s sites will look like over the next 20 years, has been shortlisted in the prestigious Michelmores Property Awards 2020.   The awards, which is now in its 18th year, celebrate the most prestigious, innovative and exciting developments taking place in the South West and the Exeter College Masterplan has been...
Posted on: August, 2020
Exeter College students are celebrating success on A Level Results Day once again, with an outstanding pass rate of 99.5% and high grades (A* to B) of 56%, ahead of the national average for another year, continuing the College’s legacy of outstanding results.   In this unprecedented academic year, the College has now received results for students studying A Levels, the International Baccalaureate and...
Posted on: July, 2020
Students from Exeter College applying to study medical-based courses at university are celebrating as a massive 70% of applicants to these courses have been successful in securing offers on these highly sought-after courses.   Applications to study medical-related courses at university generally begin earlier in the academic year than normal courses and can be a demanding process...
Posted on: July, 2020
Exeter College's Employer Webinar Moving to Recovery on Thursday 23rd July 10-11:15 am.   Exeter College are delighted to welcome; Rob Nitsch Chief Operating Officer at the Institute for Apprenticeships @IFAteched Nicola Drury UK Apprenticeship Manager @Amazon Mike Blakeley Director of Apprenticeships and Employer Engagement ...with an introduction from John Laramy, Principal Exeter College   Join us to explore key themes  The...
Posted on: July, 2020
If necessity is the mother of invention then the father could well prove to be the coronavirus lockdown. People in all walks of life are coming up with new ideas to address the ‘new normal’ - and now a Westcountry woman has developed a fascinating scheme in the world of food...
Posted on: July, 2020
What To Expect In Our Libraries   Libraries will begin to reopen with a limited number of services from Monday 6th July. The following libraries are open with public access to choose books from the shelves and use the computer facilities:  Braunton, Brixham, Chudleigh and Honiton Crediton, Dartmouth, Exmouth, Ilfracombe, Okehampton, Sidmouth, St Thomas, South Molton and Tavistock will be open for public access from Monday 20th July. A ‘Choose...
Posted on: July, 2020
Monday 13 July, 12:30pm - Leading after Lockdown: New approaches and considerations What have we all learned about leadership during lockdown? What do we want to sustain as we begin to emerge out of lockdown as we establish our new ways of working? How will we as leaders support and enable...
Posted on: July, 2020
The BBC will move to new studios at Exeter College, offering budding journalists opportunities to work with BBC programme makers. Students at the college’s Centre for Creative Industries (CCI) will also get the chance to pitch their work to BBC Radio Devon, BBC Spotlight and BBC News online. The new studios, currently...
Posted on: June, 2020
Government Ministers attended a virtual tour of Exeter College as part of their plans to continue the gradual reopening of schools and colleges in response to the coronavirus pandemic.   The Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson MP and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills Gillian Keegan MP joined the College’s students, staff and leaders to discuss how the College...
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