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 Masters degree or a PhD with the University of Exeter.
Postgraduate Open Days
Our small and friendly Postgraduate Open Days offer fantastic opportunities to speak to our academics and current postgraduate students one-to-one so that you can find out more about our individual programmes, about scholarships and funding, and experience our campuses and facilities first-hand.
Postgraduate Open Days 2017
|Exeter Postgraduate Open Day||Wednesday 15 November 2017||Streatham Campus||From 12pm|
|Cornwall Postgraduate Open Day||Monday 20 November 2017||The Exchange, Penryn Campus||11:00 - 13:30|
PGCE/Teacher Training Open Days
|University of Exeter Teacher Training Open Day||Saturday 7 October||St Luke's Campus, Exeter||11:00-15:30||**NOW FULL**|
|University of Exeter Teacher Training Open Day||Saturday 18 November||St Luke's Campus, Exeter||11:00-15:30||Please visit our website|
You can find additional information about other Teacher Training events we are attending on our dedicated page.
Undergraduate Open Days
You are welcome to come and talk to us about postgraduate study at our Streatham Undergraduate Open Days, too; we have a stand where you can talk to our postgraduate students, pick up a prospectus, and find out about postgraduate funding. Our stand is normally in the Academic Fair in the Great Hall. All of the other events and services on the day are as open to potential postgraduates as they are potential undergraduates, but keep in mind that they may not all be relevant.
You can also pick up a postgraduate prospectus and ask our Admissions staff about our courses and funding at our Penryn Undergraduate Open Days.
Our next Streatham Undergraduate Open Days is on Wednesday 25 October 2017.
Our next Penryn Undergraduate Open Day is on Saturday 23 September 2017.
University of Law (ULaw) at the University of Exeter Open Days
Students planning a career in law are able to complete both the academic stage of their training and the Legal Practice Course at the University of Exeter thanks to an innovative collaboration with the University of Law.
You can learn more about the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and the Legal Practice Certificate (LPC) offered by ULaw at the University of Exeter by attending one of their Open Days at our Streatham Campus.
|Date||Location||Further information and booking|
|Saturday 14 October 2017||Streatham Campus||Please visit the ULaw open day pages|
|Thursday 11 January 2018||Streatham Campus||Please visit the ULaw open day pages|
|Wednesday 21 March 2018||Streatham Campus||Please visit the ULaw open day pages|
|Wednesday 27 June 2018||Streatham Campus||Please visit the ULaw open day pages|
For further information about this ground-breaking collaboration please visit www.law.ac.uk/exeter.
Each year we attend a number of postgraduate study events, for both taught and research, around the country. Please check back here for details: most events happen in the Autumn and early Spring.
|FindAPhD Live! Cambridge||Tuesday 25 October 2016||Cambridge Guildhall||Find out more|
|FindAPhD Live! Oxford||Thursday 27 October||Oxford Town Hall||Find out more|
|The Russell Group Roadshow||
Monday 31 October
|University of Edinburgh
University of Warwick
University of Nottingham
University of York
|Find out more|
|Postgraduate Study Fair, Manchester||
Wednesday 16 November
|Manchester Central Convention Centre||Find out more|
|Postgraduate Studentships PhD Funding Fair||
Monday 4 December
|Central London||Find out more|
|Postgraduate Study Fair, Birmingham||
Wednesday 18 January 2017
|University of Birmingham||Find out more|
|Postgraduate Study Fair, Bristol||Tuesday 24 January||University of Bristol||Find out more|
|Postgraduate Study Fair, London||Wednesday 25 January||Central London||Find out more|
If you'd like to find out more about one of our postgraduate programmes, our colleges welcome enquiries and will try to arrange a time for you to speak to an appropriate person. This will give you an opportunity to see the department first hand and ask any questions you may have face-to-face. You may also wish to time your visit with one of our campus tours. To enquire about the possibility of arranging a visit, please contact our colleges.
If you wish to enquire about meeting an academic member of staff at our Penryn Campus, please contact email@example.com.
Life and Environmental Sciences
For postgraduate taught programmes eg Masters, please contact the External Relations Team:
For postgraduate research programmes eg PhD, please contact the Postgraduate Research Team:
Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
For postgraduate taught programmes eg Masters, please contact:
Phone: +44 (0)1392 724061
For postgraduate research programmes eg PhD, please contact:
Postgraduate research admissions
Phone: +44 (0) 1392 722730
Social Sciences and International Studies
To make an appointment, please contact:
Student Recruitment Office
Phone: +44 (0)1392 723192
For postgraduate research programmes, please contact the Graduate Research School Team:
For further information, please see the College's Visiting us webpage.
To make an appointment, please contact:
Phone: +44 (0)1392 725306
To make an appointment, please contact:
Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500
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.
|- Available weekdays during term-time - please see the booking form to view dates
- A limited number of tours are available outside of term-time, except during the Christmas and Easter holidays
- The tours generally include a visit to the main library, Sports Park, Student Services' Centre and the Students' Guild
St Luke's Campus,
|- Take place on Tuesdays and Fridays at 12:00 during term-time only
- Includes a visit to the library, the sports facilities and the Student Guild facilities
- Where possible, visitors will also have the chance to view an example self-catered halls of residence which are located approximately 10 minutes walk from the campus
|- Run every Wednesday and Friday afternoon at 13:30 and last for an hour and a half
- See the campus facilities and view the halls of residence
- Option to meet an academic member of staff
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.
Streatham Campus audio tours
|Section A - Introduction||General information about the University and its campuses||03:22|
|Section B - Piazza to Peter Chalk Centre||Piazza, INTO Building, Great Hall, Sanctuary, Northcott Theatre, Jeffrey Pope Building, Peter Chalk Centre||02:25|
|Section C - Peter Chalk Centre to the Sports Park||Peter Chalk Centre, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, Physics Building, Sports Park||01:18|
|Section D - Sports facilities||Sports facilities and provisions on campus||02:14|
|Section E - Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies to Mardon Hall||Holland Hall, Mardon Hall||01:28|
|Section F - Mardon Hall to Northcote House||Mardon Hall, Reed Mews, Reed Hall, Reed Gardens||02:14|
|Section G - Northcote House to Devonshire House||Northcote House, Queen's Building||01:43|
|Section H - Devonshire House||Devonshire House, Guild Shop, RAM bar||02:05|
|Section I - Devonshire House to Mary Harris Memorial Chapel||Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, information about the Chaplaincy||01:05|
|Section J - Old Library to the Forum||Old Library, Bill Douglas Centre, Research Commons, Roborough Building||01:49|
|Section K - The Forum Street Level||Street Level of the Forum||03:06|
|Section L - The Forum Upper Level||Upper Level of the Forum||01:14|
|Section M - Beyond the audio tour||Other places to visit||01:40|
St Luke’s Campus audio tours
|St Luke's Campus - Full audio tour||Full audio tour of the St Luke's Campus of the University of Exeter||18:25|
|St Lukes A - Introduction||General information about St Luke's Campus||02:12|
|St Lukes B - Porter's Lodge to Cross Keys||Porter's Lodge, North Cloisters, the Graduate School of Education, the Quad and Cross Keys||01:45|
|St Lukes C - Cross Keys to Sports Hall||Cross Keys, Baring Court and the Sports Hall||03:34|
|St Lukes D - Haighton Library to Smeall Building||Haighton Library, University of Exeter Medical School, Richards Building and College House||05:18|
|St Lukes E - Smeall Building to Poter's Lodge||Smeall Building, Cloisters Restaurant, South Cloisters, Porter's Lodge||03:31|