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  1. Plus, studying at Exeter gives the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful places in the country- that’s worth a lot as an undergraduate. Working in a huge company like GSK has given me great exposure to many different aspects of pharmaceuticals. Alongside having a great name to put on my CV, I have gained skills in and out of the lab."

  2. 27 de mar. de 2024 · Open Events are the perfect way to find out more about life at Exeter College. Our Open Events are for school leavers, those looking for an Apprenticeship and adult learners interested in professional or degree level courses or leisure courses. Taking place on Wednesday 24 April 2024, 4.00-7.00pm, an Open Event is a chance for anyone interested ...

  3. 18 de mar. de 2024 · 18 March 2024. Break into teaching with a PGCE in Further Education (FE). Learn from the best at Devon’s only Ofsted-rated Outstanding College, with generous government funding available. The PGCE in FE is a Level 7 programme that certifies trainees to work in post-16 education and training, and contributes to professional formation QTLS status.

  4. 19 de mar. de 2024 · 19th March 2024 Ana Bradley (2023, English) Exeter students to row in the 2024 Boat Races. This year’s Boat Races on the 30th of March hold special significance for Exeter College, as three talented Exonians form part of the crews entered into the event.

  5. 18 de mar. de 2024 · Head to Toe.We’re proud to partner with Exeter College across their entire sports program.- - -Looking for a one-stop kit partner? Get in touch: ...

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  6. 2 de abr. de 2024 · On Sunday 3 March, Sir Paul Nurse, Nobel Prize winning geneticist, engaged in conversation with Rector Rick Trainor at Cohen Quad to discuss his work as an eminent scientist and as a key advocate for the public support of research. The talk, a follow-up to a presentation Sir Paul gave to members of the Exeter College community in 2013 on the ...

  7. 5 de abr. de 2024 · Master of Public Health (Pandemics): This specialism requires that you select either: HPDM124 Principles of Health Protection (15 credits) should be selected as the ‘Masterclass’ option. Your Capstone Project (HPDM126) must also be focused on a relevant topic related to pandemics, as agreed with HPDM126 module leads.