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Streatham Campus

Find out more from Postgraduate students about their experiences at Streatham Campus. 

Penryn Campus

Postgraduate students share their experiences of life at the Penryn Campus in Cornwall.

Postgraduate Taught

Postgraduate Taught

The College has a lively and innovative research environment at campuses in both Exeter and Cornwall, which supports a diverse postgraduate community of over 650 taught and research students. As a postgraduate student in the College you will be part of this thriving community, benefiting from quality research-led teaching or supervision and access to outstanding facilities.

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
  • Numerous funding opportunities
  • Exemplary facilities for all subjects, including recent major investments in new and refurbished facilities, providing a fantastic learning environment
  • Excellent support for postgraduate students including research skills training and dedicated postgraduate facilities

Further information

Detailed information about how to apply, postgraduate student support, dedicated facilities, funding opportunities and what it is like to study at Exeter can be found on the University’s Postgraduate study website.

Masters degrees and PhD and research degrees

The College offers a broad portfolio of postgraduate degrees. Our established taught Masters programmes explore a number of specialist areas, including globally critical topics such as climate change, conservation, food security and sustainable agriculture, and paediatric exercise and health.

Find out more about our postgraduate degree programmes on our subject webpages: