MSc IT Management for Business first to be awarded e-skills UK endorsement
The University of Exeter’s MSc IT Management for Business is the first Masters degree programme to achieve an endorsement by e-skills UK, the Sector Skills Council for Business & IT.
Exeter students create system for reducing vehicle emissions for prestigious national competition
Students from the University of Exeter have created an innovative system to help reduce vehicle emissions, as part of their entry for a prestigious national completion.
Prize-winning student invention could banish car parking pressure and reduce emissions
Students from the University of Exeter are celebrating after winning a national competition with their innovative system which could reduce the headache of searching for a parking space, and help reduce vehicle emissions.
Teenagers given rare insight into world-leading Artificial Intelligence research
Teenage students from across the UK have been given an invaluable insight into the world-leading advances being made in the crucial field of Artificial Intelligence, during a special course hosted by the University of Exeter.
Human intelligence and its relationship with Computer Science explored in new book
One of the greatest remaining mysteries for science to unravel is the subject of a fascinating new book
Success for Jem at the Professional Services Recognition Awards
Jem Squires received the prestigious “Outstanding Customer Service” accolade at the recent Professional Services Recognition awards ceremony, held on the Streatham Campus.
Computer Scientists take top award at international conference
A team of Computer Science experts from the University of Exeter are celebrating after being bestowed with a prestigious award at a major international conference.
Mathematics and Computer Science granted bronze Athena SWAN award
Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences has been awarded the Bronze Award for Athena SWAN.
Exeter celebrates life and works of world's first computer programmer
The University of Exeter will celebrate the life and work of the woman credited as being the world’s first computer programmer, during a special commemorative event.
Exeter students unlock potential of microcontroller for national competition
Students from the University of Exeter have created a revolutionary security door locking system as part of their entry for a prestigious national competition.
CEMPS research rated internationally excellent in latest national assessment
CEMPS research has been rated as world-leading or internationally excellent in the first assessment of the research quality of UK universities since 2008, the Research Excellence Framework (REF).