How to apply
All applications for entry to our PGCE programmes must be made through UCAS Teacher Training and application forms are available online through the UCAS website.
UCAS Apply 1 opened for 2019 entry applications on 9 October 2018. We expect them to open UCAS Apply 1 for 2020 entry in early October as well. For the full list of important dates please see the UCAS website.
Please be aware that you will need to make a note of the UCAS code for the programme you want to apply to from the table below as you will need to input this into UCAS to find the application form:
University of Exeter Institution Code: E84
|Primary with Art||XW11|
|Primary with English||XQ1H|
|Primary with Humanities||XV10|
|Primary with Mathematics||XG1C|
|Primary with MFL||XR9C|
|Primary with Science||XF1A|
|Primary Teaching and Learning||2SBP|
|Secondary Physical Education||X9C6|
|Secondary Religious Education||V6X1|
|Secondary Biology with Psychology||C18X|
An academic reference is required from any institution of Higher Education that you have attended within the last five years. Please note: if an academic reference is not submitted then this will cause a delay in the processing of your application.
For further details on the application process, please see our ITE Admissions Policy and procedures.
We recommend you:
- apply as early as possible
- choose your referees early and explain to them that a promptly returned UCAS Teacher Training reference could make all the difference
Please see our new routes into teaching guide to help you navigate the variety of routes into teaching including: University-based PGCE; School Direct fee-paying and School Direct salaried.
We do not consider requests for deferred entry either at application stage or after an offer has been made. Any applicant who can no longer take up a place offered to them will need to reapply in the following year and will need to go through the full interview process again.
Applicants who will be overseas during the recruitment cycle
If you will be outside the UK during the recruitment cycle for your proposed year of entry, you should make contact with the Admissions office to discuss this.