Apply for postgraduate study
|Who you are; what you are applying for||How to apply|
|New students (UK, EU and international); postgraduate taught and research programmes||Apply online|
|Current Exeter students; taught programmes only||Apply online using our Fast Track system|
|Current Exeter students; research programmes||Apply online|
|PGCE applicants||Graduate School of Education website|
|INTO University of Exeter applicants||INTO website|
EU referendum fee statement
The UK will be holding a referendum on its membership of the European Union in June 2016. The University of Exeter guarantees course fees will remain at the Home level for the duration of a programme of study for all students currently categorised under UKCISA guidance as Home/EU for fees purposes who commence/d their studies on or before September 2016.
Please ensure that you meet the entry criteria for your programme of interest and have read our application process page.
If you are a current Exeter undergraduate applying for a taught postgraduate programme, you can apply using our Fast Track system. As we already hold information on your academic performance you don’t have to provide academic references or transcripts of your marks to date. Instead you complete a shorter application form, including a personal statement. You will normally receive a decision from us within five working days.
It is possible to change programmes. If the programme you wish to change to is within the same College you will need to provide a new personal statement clearly outlining your reasons. If the programme is not within the same College you will be required to reapply, via the normal route.
You must check with the College if they will allow you to change. If they are happy with this they will contact the Admissions Office, and a new offer letter will be sent to you. Please be aware that if you are an International student, due to visa regulations, you will not be permitted to study part-time.
It is possible to apply for more than one programme, however, we would ask you to consider your choices carefully and ensure your personal statement is relevant to your choice(s). You can hold more than one offer, but you can only accept one.