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Why not pursue a Masters degree this September?

Why stay on at Exeter for Masters study?

By staying on for postgraduate study at Exeter, you also have the opportunity to pursue your area of interest in more detail, within a familiar research environment and with academic staff who you have already built a relationship with during your undergraduate studies.

Funding opportunites for progression to postgraduate study

The University offers current Exeter students progressing directly to postgraduate study a variety of funding opportunities.

Postgraduate study in the College of Humanities

As a large interdisciplinary College, we are able to offer an excellent and rewarding experience for postgraduate study. We provide a lively study environment for both our taught and research students across our subject disciplines. Our taught Masters programmes are available for study at the University's Streatham Campus.

Key features:

  • Research excellence across our disciplines including world-leading research in many fields
  • Masters programmes providing discipline-specific and generic skills sought by employers
  • Excellent support for postgraduate students

The University also has a number of other diverse academic Colleges and subject disciplines, which you could consider applying to for postgraduate study, with the option of studying at the University's Penryn Campus in Cornwall; Streatham Campus or St Luke's, both in Exeter.  You can view the full range of postgraduate taught programmes available at the University of Exeter in our online prospectus.  

Applying for Masters study at Exeter

Current Exeter undergraduates can apply to our Masters programmes using the Fast Track system.