Penryn Postgraduate Open Day - Saturday 16th March 2019

The Exchange, Penryn Campus, Cornwall Saturday 16th March 09:30 to 14:00 Booking now open

Our Penryn Postgraduate Open Day will showcase all our postgraduate programmes based in Cornwall as well as have information about other postgraduate programmes at the University of Exeter.

Registration for the day will take place in the Exchange, at the heart of our Penryn Campus. Here you will find stands for our individual subjects about their postgraduate programmes, and be able to talk to staff and current postgraduate students about what it's like to study and research here. You will have the opportunity to explore the campus, and visit our fantastic purpose built postgraduate suite.

Funding talk

There will be a funding talk taking place during the day. The talk will last approximately 30 minutes, with time at the end for questions. Please see the timetable for the day for further details.

See a map of the Penryn Campus.

Book now for our Cornwall Postgraduate Open Day.


These days are designed to support students in making a decision about which postgraduate subject is right for them.

We have a large variety of PG Research programmes which you are able to learn more about on the day, with research areas ranging from Biosciences, to Cornish Studies, to Renewable Energy, and a variety of subject areas in between. The Doctoral College will be present on the day to support students who are considering postgraduate research programmes. All of our programmes available at Penryn can be found as subject interest options on our Postgraduate Open Day booking form.

As well as our PGR programmes, we will be showcasing our postgraduate taught programmes, which include:

Details about our postgraduate portfolio, including the funding opportunities for postgraduate students, will also be available.

Getting to Penryn Campus

The Penryn Campus is just outside Falmouth in Cornwall. Full details of how to get there by car, rail, coach and plane are available on our Directions to the Penryn Campus page.