Latest news: Alliance pledges a further ten annual multidisciplinary studentships.
The GW4 Alliance has reinforced its commitment to postgraduate training by committing additional studentships to a major Doctoral Training Partnership award. ...Read full story
Latest news: The University of Exeter is among 24 UK universities that will receive £350 million to train tomorrow’s engineers and scientists. Two Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) will be established at the University to provide postgraduate programmes in water engineering and metamaterials - artificial materials that have properties beyond those found in nature.
The centres will establish a training environment with industrial involvement at their heart, in which industry plays a key role in both management and delivery....Read full story
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We undertake pioneering studies with "metamaterials" in the visible, terahertz and microwave regimes.
Our renewable energy research expertise spans energy policy, marine renewables, bio-fuels, electrical power and networks, wind, photo-voltaic and thermal technologies
Students at Exeter learn through practical as well as theoretical experience. Within the department we have a fully functional diagnostic x-ray room
Camborne School of Mines manages a test mine located south of Camborne, not far from the Cornwall campus.
Engineering degree programmes have a multidisciplinary first year - giving you an excellent foundation, enabling you to taste other engineering disciplines
Our graduates are highly regarded by employers. We have excellent links with industry and students have the opportunity to be involved with industrially driven research projects
Our scientists are active in internationally recognised research across the disciplines, advancing knowledge in established fields
Geology at the University of Exeter capitalises on the rich natural resource for field study provided by the landscape local to our Cornwall Campus.
Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences brings together the excellent teaching and research of these complementary specialisms. Our collegiality facilitates a truly interdisciplinary approach to scientific innovation and learning.