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University of Exeter Business School's pilot cohort of J.P. Morgan apprentices achieve spectacular results

The first cohort of degree apprentices studying at the University of Exeter Business School and employed by J.P. Morgan, a global leader in financial services, have achieved exceptional results in their end-point assessments.

Three students in J.P. Morgan’s Level 4 Investment Operation Specialist Apprenticeship cohort obtained top marks, with 78% achieving a distinction and 100% of apprentices passing first time.

A Level 4 Investment Operations Specialist Apprenticeship allows school leavers to “earn while they learn” – learning on the job the specific knowledge, skills...

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Parents asked to do all they can to help prevent the spread of coronavirus

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 03/10/2021 - 10:42pm

Steve Brown, Director of Public Health Devon, is asking families with school-age children to do all they can to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

The call comes as schools and colleges invite all students back this week and as pupils begin to be regularly tested using rapid, lateral flow tests.

“With the significant increase in the number of students becoming routinely tested, we are likely to see an upturn in the number of positive cases,” said Steve Brown.

“Regular testing of people who show no signs of having coronavirus is going to be essential over...

University of Exeter celebrates partnership with Exmouth Community College

University of Exeter celebrates partnership with local college 

The Children’s Health and Exercise Research Centre (CHERC), an internationally recognised paediatric research department at the University of Exeter, are celebrating seven years of collaboration with Exmouth Community College.

The partnership, which began in 2014, has enabled pupils to be engaged in a wide variety of research, enabling them to learn first-hand about healthy living.

Thanks to the relationship with the college, the research team at CHERC have been able to better understand how physical activity and diet can influence health in youth. This is important, as...

Could lockdown be working wonders for your student budget?

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Tue, 03/09/2021 - 6:40am

Most of the time, students are skint. Of course, we can’t make sweeping generalisations, but even students who work part-time jobs on the side of their studies don’t usually rake the money in, often relying on their student loans to see them through the semester.

Add to the low income the fact that there is so much that students can usually fritter their money away on (take out, wine, nights out, nights in, clothes, make-up, concert tickets – the list goes on) then the end result is almost always a skint student taking loans off the bank of mum and dad.

Of course, those...

Parents encouraged to allow their children to be tested for COVID-19 at school

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Fri, 03/05/2021 - 10:19pm

Steve Brown, Director of Public Health Devon, is encouraging parents to give their consent to allow their children to be tested for coronavirus at school.

“The first step in the government’s roadmap starts next week with all students returning to schools and colleges,” he said.

“Students are going to be asked to take a lateral flow test twice a week, and while it’s not mandatory, I really encourage all parents to consent for their children to be tested twice a week.

“Testing students will enable us to identify those who have no symptoms, but are infectious, and...

Starting life at Exeter University: Top tips

Many people comment that their university years were some of the best years of their life. However, at first, it can feel a bit intimidating and most likely quite overwhelming. Don’t worry, here are some tips to get you started.

Make friends

The people you become close to at university could ultimately turn into your friends for life. This task should be your top priority. But choose wisely, these are the people you are going to spend a lot of your time with, so make them ones you want to be around. Don’t be afraid to look outside your familiar zone, though; you'll meet...

Oxbridge Offers at Exeter College

Oxbridge Application Success for Exeter College Students

Exeter College students are celebrating as 20 learners have been offered places to study with the internationally-renowned University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.

Places at the Oxbridge universities, as they are commonly known, are incredibly sought-after, with a rigorous application and interview process required to get in to study at one of the leading universities in the world.

This year, record numbers of Exeter College students applied for places at the universities, and now 20 students are celebrating their hard work paying off with offers to study a range...

Nine Oxbridge offers for Exeter School

Exeter School is pleased to complete this year’s Oxbridge admissions process with the announcement that nine pupils have been offered places.

This year’s selection of candidates includes a former pupil and eight current pupils who all completed the admissions process online this year.

Seven pupils were offered places to study at the University of Cambridge and two at the University of Oxford this year.

Alumna Lily Alford has an unconditional offer to study history and Spanish at Selwyn College, Cambridge.

She said receiving an offer from Cambridge has...

University of Exeter students affected by coronavirus given £1 million in hardship and emergency funds

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Mon, 02/01/2021 - 4:56pm

The University of Exeter has distributed £1m in hardship and emergency funding to students most significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The financial support, which has been available since the first lockdown last Spring, is helping those most in need to continue studying in these difficult times. The funding for students started as an emergency scheme last Spring, and evolved into the current Success for All Fund at the beginning of the Autumn Term. Funding is fast-tracked for those on the lowest household incomes, and includes emergency funding, ongoing support for...

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Posted: Thu, 01/28/2021 - 7:50pm

You have cracked an entrance exam which has helped you do your higher education in a foreign land. You want to experience a unique style of teaching which you can receive only in foreign universities. Every country offers its own unique form of teaching. You can expand your academic horizon by studying abroad.

Also, you can adapt to career education settings when you study in a foreign country. Apart from enjoying a different style of teaching, you can also adapt to new cultural settings.

There are many students who opt for various study programs in foreign universities...
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