Physics Professor Pete Vukusic has recently been involved in an exciting science outreach project in Ethiopia.

Schools and community engagement

The University of Exeter is committed to engaging and inspiring the young scientists, engineers and mathematicians of the future. We offer a number of activities to schools, linked both to the National Curriculum and to the exciting research undertaken at the University. We are happy to visit schools but can also host school groups in order to give them an experience of University.

Activities can be adapted in length and content to your specific needs and we are happy to discuss ideas with you. All activities are offered free of charge.

Explore our Outreach by subject via the discipline links and be sure to regularly check the events link for workshops, lectures and residentials hosted at the University.

The College is planning to extend the range of online learning resources available to teachers. All new materials will be available via this website.

Student ambassadors

School and community events are supported by our enthusiastic science and engineering student ambassadors. These current students provide a first-hand insight into studying undergraduate science and university life, dispelling any myths and encouraging school pupils to aspire towards an exciting career in science.

Contact us

Dr Gihan Marasingha via emps@exeter.ac.uk
College Outreach Coordinator, Streatham Campus

Dr Alice Mills via emps@exeter.ac.uk
Ogden Science Officer, Streatham Campus

Nina Garratley via N.Garratley@exeter.ac.uk
Widening Participation and Student Experience Coordinator, Penryn Campus

Register your interest

If you are interested in hearing more about the outreach activities and events that we can offer please register your interest in the form below to be added to our mailing lists. Please include details of the school/ institution that you come from (if applicable), your position within the institution (i.e. teacher) and why you are interested.





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