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St Luke's Campus

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St Luke's Campus

St Luke's Campus is a small university campus which is part of the University of Exeter. The School of Sport and Health Sciences, the Graduate School of Education and the Peninsula Medical school are all based at St Luke's.

St Luke's is also home to the Children's Health and Exercise Research Centre (CHEREC). The Centre, part of the School of Sport and Health Sciences, was awarded the Queen's Anniversary Prize for higher education in recognition of its eminence in paediatric physiology. This made CHEREC the first receiver of the award in sport science research.

Students Guild on St Luke's

The views of St Luke's students are represented by the Deputy President of the Students' Guild, currently Marte Billington.

The Students' Guild run an information point/desk in Cross Keys on St Luke's.

Cross Keys is the on campus bar and eating area. On Saturday evenings it hosts the St Luke's Bop.

Second World War bomb damage

St Luke's unfortunately suffered a direct hit during a Nazi bombing raid on Exeter that destroyed a large part of the original building. The stone work has been rebuilt and is clearly visible due to a change in the colouring of the brick work.


External links

  • Graduate School of Education
  • Map of the St Luke's Campus
  • Virtual tour of St Luke's Campus
  • History of St Lukes
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