Exeter Learning Environment (ELE)
ELE is the University of Exeter's virtual learning environment. It provides an online set of integrated tools to support e-learning activities and enables you to access course materials and use tools such as discussion forums and learning logs to interact online.
If you have any queries regarding timetabling please contact:
Undergraduate and Postgraduate students
- Streatham Campus programmes, your personal tutor or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Penryn Campus programmes: email@example.com
iExeter is a free app that provides all current students with personalised information and services to help you make the most of your life and studies at the University of Exeter
The Exeter Award
The Exeter Award is an achievement award for current undergraduate and taught postgraduate students and will help you stand out from the crowd and give you the confidence to shout about the experiences you've had at university
The Grand Challenges programme is designed to provide you with an exciting educational and social experience at the end of the academic year. You will produce solutions and ideas to tackle some of the key dilemmas of the 21st Century
Streatham Campus students
If you can't find the answer here then please drop us an email - firstname.lastname@example.org or or pop into the Amory Hub where someone will be able to help. The office is open from 9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Penryn Campus students
Please email us on email@example.com with any queries or pop to the Student Information Desk, Peter Lanyon Building (Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm).
In this section you will find the full description for each module on each level of your degree course or taught postgraduate programme.
The lists are divided into the stage of the degree programme in which the modules run. Note that modules codes beginning GEO1XXX will be a Stage 1 module, GEO2XXX Stage 2, GEO3XXX Stage 3 or GEOMXX for Postgraduate level.
If you have a query about a module or its content, please contact the module lead.
The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.
If you have any queries about any of the programme specifications then please contact a member of the education team on firstname.lastname@example.org (Streatham Campus) or email@example.com (Penryn Campus).
Careers and employability
The University of Exeter Career Zone service is here to help you to:
- become more employable,
- make choices about your future career,
- find suitable opportunities, and
- be successful in selection processes.
Find out more on the CareerZone website.
To make an appointment with a Careers adviser please contact the CareerZone.
For further information please download our Geography careers FAQs (.pdf).
To find out about the latest job and work placement information keep an eye on the careers noticeboards.
Students on Streatham Campus can find these noticeboards on the third floor next to the computer labs in the Amory building.
Students on Penryn Campus can find these in the Geography corridor outside the PhD room.
The Exeter Award
Want to enhance your employability? The Exeter Award is a new achievement award for undergraduate and taught postgraduate students, designed to enhance your employability by providing official recognition and evidence of extra-curricular activities and achievements. Find out more - www.exeter.ac.uk/exeteraward.
Here you can find the handbooks for current students in the School of Geography:
- Undergraduate handbook (Streatham campus) (links to the student gateway ELE)
Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC)
We are committed to enabling all students to communicate their views and to receiving suggestions to influence changes to our policies and procedures.
Geography has an undergraduate Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC), which gives you the opportunity to voice your opinions about studying with us and to comment on a wide range of issues and possible developments.
The SSLC is presided over by Subject Chairs (a student elected by the Students’ Guild) and composed of elected student representatives from each year and programme and appropriate staff representatives. Training for Subject Chairs is provided by either the Students’ Guild or FXU depending on whether you are based in Cornwall or Exeter. A standard agenda is provided by the Taught Faculty, and minute taking is provided by the discipline Administrator.
The Associate Dean (Education) and Assistant College Manager (Education) for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences meet with Subject Chairs on a regular basis, and Subject Chairs are represented on College’s Education Strategy Group.
Geography Student Health and Safety Form, Primarily for Field Trips
Please also take time to read and familise yourself with the Health and Saftety Code for off-site activities.
The University of Exeter takes the health and safety of all students very seriously.
It is important that you are fully aware of the requirements of both the University and yourself — the Health and Safety code provides full details of the expectations of both parties.