- Introduction from the Vice Chancellor
- Get a prospectus
- Our degrees
- Entry requirements
- Fees and funding
- What is postgraduate study?
- Why Exeter?
- Inspiring research
- Facilities and support
- International students
- Postgraduate student life
- Our students
- Visit us
- Contact us
- Athena SWAN
Visiting our beautiful campuses and speaking to our academic staff and current postgraduate students is the best way to find out about studying for a postgraduate degree with the University of Exeter.
|Visit your department||Our academic colleges are happy to receive individual requests for visits and will do what they can to accommodate you. You may wish to consider timing your visit with a campus tour.|
|Campus tours||Guided campus tours act as an introduction to the campuses and show you the main buildings. They are normally led by current undergraduate students. There are limited places on all campus tours so it is essential that you book a place in advance to avoid disappointment.|
|Self-guided tours and podcasts||If you would like to visit the Streatham or St Luke’s campuses independently you may like to use our self-guided walking tours. They can also be used in conjunction with our audio podcasts or as a supplement to a guided campus tour.|
|Our Postgraduate Open Days provide the opportunity to visit the Streatham and Penryn campuses, chat to staff from your department of interest and find out more about applying or funding. They normally take place in the first term each year, often in November.|
|Visit us virtually||If you can't visit us in person, our virtual tours guide you around our campuses.|
We will be attending some postgraduate study fairs around the country early in the new year. Come and talk to us!
|University of Birmingham Great Hall||Wednesday 28 January 2015||tbc|
|Cardiff University Students’ Union||Thursday 5 February 2015||11:00 - 15:00|
Talk to us in the Forum
You can also talk to our current postgraduate student ambassadors each Monday of the Spring Term (Monday 5 January 2015 to Friday 27 March 2015) in the Forum on the Streatham Campus between 12:00 and 14:00. Our ambassadors will have a stand between the Marketplace and the Library.