The Value of Global Partnerships
Strategic partnerships bring together leading academics and the resources of outstanding universities to deliver transformative impact in key global challenges. They can facilitate engagement around priority themes, and enable collaboration that is multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary. Such partnerships impact Exeter’s core Education and Research goals as well as its Global strategy, and have the potential to deliver mutual advantage.
Through strategic partnerships we can:
- Collaborate to improve the scope, scale, quality and impact of research into themes of discovery that address key challenges of society.
- Enhance reputation by delivering outputs that have impact on the global academic community and student recruitment to Exeter from the region.
- Produce graduates who are global citizens, whose student experience is infused with international and comparative perspectives gained by study, research and employment experiences.
The University of Exeter and The University of Queensland have partnered to establish the QUEX Institute, a new multi-million pound partnership designed to bolster their joint global research impact. Read more.
The University of Exeter have signed a memorandum of understanding with Duke University to encourage graduate student exchange and promote joint faculty research.
Drawing on the complementary strengths of the two universities, the University of Exeter and CUHK enter into this long-term partnership to strengthen research impact and visibility globally. Read more.