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  1. Exeter College is an award-winning, world class College. We are Devon’s only Ofsted Outstanding further education College. Our vision is to shape the future by delivering excellence to realise the ambitions of our learners, city and region. This year was a strong year for our academic results.

    • Apprenticeships

      Apprenticeships - Exeter College : Your First Choice Ofsted...

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      Exeter College’s wide range of professional and technical...

    • About

      Who are we? Exeter College is a thriving and growing...

  2. Contact us For further support using the Parent Portal you can contact the Parent Portal team by email at or phone 01392 400928. At Exeter College we know that keeping parents and guardians updated on progress is key to ensuring that our learners thrive and succeed with us.

  3. 30 de out. de 2019 · The Parent Portal provides a great way to keep in touch with the college and flag any potential issues before they become a more serious issue for the young person or college. If you haven’t already registered, then please see below for how to do so. How to join . Our Parent Portal can be accessed via our website here.

  4. Information for current Students. Here you can find all of the information you may need as an Exeter College student, including information about student life, student admin, student services, and student support.

  5. Exeter College is a general further education college in Exeter, Devon; it was first such college in England, and is currently the highest-ranked in the country. The college has its origins in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum , founded in 1869, and first became an independent institution in 1893 as the Exeter Technical and University ...

    • Full-time: 5816 Part-time: 3352 (as of January 2014[update])
    • Tertiary college
    • 1893; 1970 (as F.E. College)
  6. Exeter College (in full: The Rector and Scholars of Exeter College in the University of Oxford) is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England and the fourth-oldest college of the university.