"I want to study Medicine when I'm older and it’s great to see what it will really be like. It’s exciting to be supported and taught by the professionals."
Ellie, pupil at St Peter's School in Exeter
Email us to find out more about Outreach opportunities.
Our outreach with schools
The College of Medicine and Health offers a range of activities for students who want to find out more about medical and health related sciences.
These include in-school and on-campus visits, shadowing, and workshops.
We offer appropriate activities for students from year 10 to year 13 to allow them to make an informed choice about whether this area of science could be the career for them.
We offer activities based on all of our courses, including Medicine, Nursing, Medical Sciences, Neuroscience and Medical Imaging. To find out more, visit our undergraduate pages.
We are always looking to develop new sessions and are happy to discuss what we can provide to meet the needs of your students.
Full information about our available activities can be found on our Teachers and Advisors webpage.
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Some of our key College activities include:
A Day In the Life - Student Shadowing
Students can spend the day accompanied by current undergraduate students and will take part in lectures and workshops based around their chosen subject.
Clinical Work Experience
Facilitated by local practices across Devon and Cornwall, and supported by the University of Exeter Medical School, candidates will spend 3 days working alongside clinical teams at the frontline of general practice.
Learn more and apply here.
Students will spend the day accompanied by current undergraduate students and will take part in a variety of activities based around their chosen subject.
Exeter Scholars is a free programme giving you the opportunity to find out more about university, develop a passion for a chosen subject, and gain first-hand experience of student life at the University of Exeter.
Facilitated by local practices in Devon and cornwall and supported by the University of Exeter Medical school, candidates will spend 3 days working alongside clinical teams in General Practice.
Open Days give prospective students the chance to explore the campus, meet current students and staff, and explore the wide range of facilities on offer. Staff and students will be on hand at all these events.