Postgraduate Research Student (PGR) Support
For programme- and College-specific information, please refer to your College Handbook.
Effects of Covid-19
For information about how to mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on your programme, the Doctoral College has a comprehensive set of Frequently Asked Questions which you can access through a link on the Coronavirus advice page.
Your PGR Support Service Teams
Your PGR support teams can provide information and advice on a number of services including:
- Funding queries
- Interruptions and extensions
- Sickness queries
- Upgrade advice
- Viva and examination queries
- AMR process queries
- IT equipment queries (CMH, CLES, EMPS subjects)
- Study space queries (HASS subjects)
- MyPGR queries
The teams can also provide advice on wellbeing services and book group wellbeing workshops. For more details, you can visit the Wellbeing website.
For training and development enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice: Please note that the PGR info points are now closed for face to face service until 10th January 2022.
From the period 20th December – 23rd December and 4th January – 7th January inclusive, all Info Point Services will be provided via the usual phone service and by email to the relevant team.
Streatham PGR Hub
The Streatham PGR Hub is open from 10.00am – 3.00pm Monday to Friday. The Streatham Hub is situated in the Old Library Ground Floor next to the Quiet Study Space and Bill Douglas Centre.
The Education Welfare Advisor will be available on the Streatham Campus on Monday and Wednesday (alternate) for face to face appointments.
St Luke’s PGR Hub
The St Luke’s PGR Hub is open from 10.00am – 3.00pm Monday to Thursday. Students wishing to access the hub should go to the Info at St Luke’s desk and request PGR support, the PGR team will then be called to see you.
The Education Welfare Advisor will be available on the St Luke’s Campus on Tuesdays for face to face appointments.
Penryn PGR Support
The Penryn PGR Support Office is open from 10.00am – 2.00pm Monday to Friday and is based in the Postgraduate Suite in Daphne Du Maurier building 3 (next to the FXU and opposite the Stannary).
The Education Welfare Advisor will be available on the Penryn Campus on alternate Wednesdays for face to face appointments.
The main phone number for the PGR Support teams is 01392 726295. Phone lines are open 10.00am-3.00pm Monday to Friday* and you will be able to select the relevant team for your College or PGR Admin team via the telephone options.
*Penryn hours are 10.00am – 2.00pm Monday to Friday
See the contact us pages of the Doctoral College website for College specific contact addresses.
|All Cornwall Studentsemail@example.com|
|College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|College of Humanitiesemail@example.com|
|College of Life and Environmental Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|College of Social Sciences and International Studies (Streatham)||email@example.com|
|College of Social Sciences and International Studies (St Luke's)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|College of Medicine and Health||UEMSemail@example.com|
If you have a query about your funding, please contact the PGR Manager for your College:
|College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciencesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|College of Humanities||HASS-PGR-Managers@exeter.ac.uk|
|College of Life and Environmental Sciencesemail@example.com|
|College of Social Sciences and International Studies (Streatham)||HASS-PGR-Managers@exeter.ac.uk|
|College of Social Sciences and International Studies (St Luke's)||HASS-PGR-Managers@exeter.ac.uk|
|College of Medicine and Healthfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Students can contact the CEDAR support team on one of the following programme-specific email addresses:
Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)
Doctor of Clinical Practice (DClinPrac)
Doctor of Clinical Practice (Research) (DClinPrac(Res))