Go further at Exeter
Postgraduate Open DaysStreatham Campus Wednesday 14th November 2018 Wednesday 6th March 2019
Penryn Campus Monday 19th November 2018 Saturday 16th March 2019
I never thought I’d do a Masters but I enjoyed my undergraduate degree at Exeter so much that staying here for postgraduate study was the obvious choice. The £1,000 progression scholarship was a real bonus and applying was really easy through the fast track system. Doing a Masters has not only helped build my knowledge - it’s helped with my confidence, my research skills and my communication skills. It’s set me up for my career.
Liv Hildebrand, studying History MA.
Take your next step with postgraduate study
- Government loans available
- Exeter scholarship towards your tuition fee
- Fast Track application1
Thinking about your next steps after your degree? Whether you want to earn more2, get a competitive edge, start a career in a sector that requires specialist training or you simply want the joy of immersing yourself in a subject you feel passionate about, a postgraduate degree can be one of the most rewarding things you ever do.
Here are a few more reasons why postgraduate study at Exeter could be the right choice for you:
Government-backed student loans are making postgraduate study a realistic option for the first time in years.
As an Exeter graduate starting a taught Masters or research degree in 2019 you will get a scholarship towards your tuition fees.
As a current Exeter student you can fast track your Masters application. Instead of the full application form you complete a shorter one and you’ll normally receive a decision from us within five working days.
Postgraduate study explained
- Lasts 1-2 years
- Follow a specific programme in your area of interest
- Become highly skilled in your area
- Learn and apply the latest techinques and tools
- Often includes a practical supervised project
- Qualifications include;
- Master of Arts (MA)
- Master of Science (MSc)
- Master of Research (MRes)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- Postgraduare Certificate (PgCert)
- Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip)
- Develop new tools and techniques
- Aquire new knowledge in your subject
- Undertake independent research project
- Submit a thesis or dissertation of original work
- Research programmes include:
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
- Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
- Masters by Research (MbyRes)
- Engineering doctorate (EngD)
- Doctor of Medicine (MD)
- Master of Surgery (MS)
- Professional doctorates (such as EdD and EngD)
1current University of Exeter students progressing directly from undergraduate to a taught Masters programme.
2people with a postgraduate qualification earn £5,000 more a year on average. Sutton Trust 2013.