"Welcome to the birthplace of MIRCE Science, a theory for predicting
expected functionability perfomance for a  functionable system type."
                                                                    Dr Jezdimir Kneezevic, Founder and President 1999.

  Find Us

MIRCE Akademy is located at Woodbury Park, Woodbury, Exeter.

Driving Directions

Woodbury Park complex is signposted by AA road signs and is approximately 10 minutes from the M5 and the A30.

From the M5

  • Exit M5 at Junction 30 (Granada Services).
  • Follow A376 (Exmouth) to Clyst St Mary roundabout (half kilometre).
  • Exit from roundabout sign posted A3052 Sidmouth.
  • Follow A3052 towards Sidmouth.
  • At the Halfway House Inn, turn Right on to B3180.
  • Follow B3180 towards Budleigh Salterton.
  • Woodbury Park Complex is signposted (to turn right) 

From the A30

  • Exit A30 at B3180.
  • Follow B3180 towards West Hill/Budleigh Slaterton.
  • At the Halfway House Inn, turn Right on to B3180.
  • Follow B3180 towards Budleigh Salterton.
  • Woodbury Park Complex is signposted (to turn right)

MIRCE Akademy is located at Woodbury Park, a magnificent 500 acre complex set in rolling hills above a beautiful coastline, only a few miles from Exeter in the South West of England.

The facilities at Woodbury Park include excellent teaching and meeting rooms and a major conference suite.

State of the art audio-visual equipment and video conferencing is available to support teaching.

woodbury park golf club

Among the outstanding leisure facilities at Woodbury Park are two golf courses including the magnificent Oaks Championship course, tennis courts, a swimming pool, spa, sauna and fully equipped gymnasium and well appointed lounge areas and bars.

Woodbury Park is also home to the Nigel Mansell World of Racing, which celebrates the remarkable career of one of this country’s great world champions. The exhibition includes Formula One racing cars, video coverage of many outstanding racing achievements, in addition to trophies and memorabilia, marking Nigel Mansell’s world-wide successes in 92 Formula 1 and 93 Indy World Championship.