Young carers from Exeter, East Devon and Teignbridge have been treated to a grand Summer Adventure thanks to Exeter Student Volunteers.
The results of the 2015 National Student Survey indicate that members of the University of Exeter Students’ Guild remain satisfied with the quality of services they receive.
The Students' Guild has been awarded Higher Education Union of the Year at the NUS Awards 2015 runner up.
University of Exeter students have donated 326.4kg of food to Exeter Foodbank as part of a project facilitated by the Students’ Green Unit.
Team Siymb becomes third consecutive finalist in Microsoft Imagine Cup.
Three student companies incubated by the IGNITE unit triumphed at the SETsquared awards last week.
The Students’ Guild has been shortlisted for the Higher Education Students’ Union award at the NUS Awards 2015.
Students, academics and staff from the University of Exeter and Students' Guild gathered last night to celebrate the 2015 Teaching Awards.
Student campaigners have secured agreement from the Students’ Guild and University of Exeter retail outlets to cover the cost of VAT on sanitary products.
From the 2015/16 academic year the Students’ Guild will no longer provide support to Halls Committees following a decision taken by Trustee Board on 9 March.
Student TV station, XTV, triumphed at the annual National Student Television Association (NaSTA) awards, bringing home eight gongs.
Three teams of Exeter student entrepreneurs will compete in the national final of the prestigious Microsoft Imagine Cup competition.
The Students’ Guild is opposed to the extension of the Teaching Day and is working with the University to ensure appropriate mitigations are in place to protect the student experience.
University of Exeter students have smashed their highest ever voting rate in the 2015 Students’ Guild Sabbatical Election.
Student reps within CEMPS have secured a large pot of money to fund two projects designed to improve the college-wide student experience.
The Students’ Guild’s Students’ Green Unit team has received glowing feedback from the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
The Giraffe House brings 120 new student spaces spaces to St. Luke's.
British Red Cross student volunteers are excited to announce the launch of a new project that could improve the lives of millions of vulnerable people.
Dogs Jasper and Odie prove a huge hit with stressed out students during exam week.
Reusable jute bags created by students are now on sale in campus outlets thanks to a unique collaboration.
In less than 10 weeks the Students’ Guild has become sector-leading in student democracy after receiving a record number of Student Ideas in Term 1.
The Students’ Green Unit (SGU) has announced the launch of 16 sustainability behaviour change projects following the first round of funding bids for 2014/15.
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The College of Social Science and International Studies has introduced a number of new initiatives.
The Students’ Guild Academic Representation team has been hard at work driving forward changes requested by students via the Visions for the Future of Education.
In a landslide vote which took place last week, University of Exeter students have voted to boycott Israeli settlement products
MA student David Mansell-Moullin launches unique photographic exhibition featuring IPCC scientists.
The Students’ Guild was delighted to welcome University Chancellor Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE last week as she visited student societies and the Students’ Green Unit.
The Students' Guild launches a ground-breaking campaign to empower students to tackle sexual harassment.
Fundraising students of Exeter Riase and Give (RAG) have supported local charity Devon Freewheelers to expand their lifesaving fleet of motorcycles.
The Students’ Guild looks forward to welcoming University Chancellor Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE this week as she visits student societies and the Students’ Green Unit.
Exeter's Raise and Give group bring home the award for Best Event.
Universities Allied for Essential Medicine (UAEM) has secured commitment from the University to encourage access to medicine in low income and developing countries.