Sponsorship & Commercial

Since 2015, The Historian has gone from strength to strength across the university and city of Exeter.

We have diversified and enhanced our social media presence as well as our physical activity throughout the university and across the city. Our special edition examined the history of Exeter City FC, and was a huge success with the club, university and the people of Exeter.

The UoE History Society is the oldest and one of the largest societies currently operating across the University of Exeter, and one of the few societies to operate confidently within the city. Representatives are regularly present at events within the city including heritage talks/fairs, university socials and sporting events. As for the publication itself, copies of The Historian can be found across the city in places such as Boston Tea Party, Devon Coffee and the Glorious Art House. We are already very proud of our reach, and we are constantly working to improve it day by day.

We are honoured to have worked closely with a variety of organisations, institutions and businesses including:

  • Exeter City FC
  • UoE Politics Society
  • UoE Polish Society
  • Boston Tea Party
  • The Grecian Archive

If you are interested in sponsoring one of the fastest-growing and most popular publications at the University of Exeter, then please get in touch with either Izaak Radecki at ir244@exeter.ac.uk or Imy Harper at ikh205@exeter.ac.uk.

We offer a range of plans at very affordable prices. If you are interested in utilising our well-established platform to promote something, then please get in touch and include your name, organisation and a contact number/email so that we can organise a bespoke plan suited to you.

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