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Online study

Online study frequently asked questions

All your learning will be accessed online in our all-encompassing Exeter Learning Environment (ELE), including:

  • Teaching materials – as written, recorded, or animated content
  • Quizzes to check your learning and understanding
  • Videos, podcasts, articles to read
  • Access to electronic books

Your learning will be divided up into a weekly schedule so you can see what work you should aim to get through on a weekly basis. We’ve built in time for preparation and submission of any assessments you have and then time for you to get feedback on those before you decide to sign up and pay for your next module.

For the MSc Business Transformations course, all teaching is asynchronous which means that you’ll be able to study at your own pace and access the resources on our online platform ELE at times which suit you. You will be able to schedule in meetings online with your personal tutor to talk through any questions you have about studies, topics and assessments as needed.

You can find out how to apply to our online masters or standalone module on our ‘how to apply’ pages. Different courses or modules may have different application requirements so it’s important to review and complete the online application with as much information as possible so that our admissions team can review your application fully.

The fee for your chosen course or module is shown at the top of the course page. This shows the total amount it will cost if you complete the degree if you take the minimum time of two years. If you take longer than two years, for example, because you take one or more breaks between modules, the total fee you pay may increase slightly due to inflation.
There may be a difference in price for home and international students for some of our online Masters courses, so please check the individual course you’re interested in for details.

As an online student with the University of Exeter you have access to a huge range of support services, from the digital library to wellbeing support. We want you to succeed in your studies as well as make the most of the resources on offer to you such as our Career Zone support. Take a look at our ‘Services for Online Student’ pages to find out more.

If studying an online masters or standalone module interests you, do reach out to us via our contact us webform to find out more and ask any questions you may have. You may also wish to explore our Colleges’ webpages to find out more about the department you’ll be studying in.