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By staying with Exeter for your Master's you are more likely to achieve a Distinction compared to those in your cohort who completed their UG elsewhere. MI Hub Attainment Scores, 2016 - 2020
How to apply
Thinking about a Masters at Exeter? The Fast Track application process is available to current University of Exeter students in their final year of study.
Just four stages to apply!
1) Choose your area of interest
2) Choose your programme
3) Complete a Personal Statement
4) Submit your application
It is easy to apply for a Postgraduate Masters programme with us, as we already have your student record, previous academic qualifications, undergraduate grades to date, and current module information.
You should typically receive our decision within five working days from your completed application.
- Fast Track is currently open for September 2022 entry.
- Fast Track typically opens in the first week of October for the following September entry.
- You can apply for as many Masters programmes as you are interested in.
- There is no need to submit a reference, CV or copy of your Transcripts.
- Most postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programmes can be applied for through Fast Track but where more information is required you will be directed to apply through the normal application system.
- After you receive your final results, your Exeter student record will be automatically updated – you don’t need to let us know!
We have drawn up our top five tips of how to write a personal statement for a Masters degree. Please visit this page for advice (Supporting Documents – no 4: How to write your personal statement for a Masters application to the University of Exeter)
Final year UG students progressing to postgraduate study at the University of Exeter this year can take advantage of the Class of 2022 Postgraduate Progression Scholarship. Please see Award page for information including exceptions and conditions.
Use the Funding Search to see if you are eligible for any other awards but please note that you cannot receive more than one scholarship.