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Resources and support

Resources and Support

MyPGR is an online facility which allows you and your supervisor(s) to track and manage your progress, and which provides a structure to help you manage your studies. It is a mechanism to arrange meetings with your supervisory team; complete and access records of supervisory meetings and store thesis drafts for review by supervisors. This creates a record of all or most of your meetings and discussions where you and your supervisor can summarise the actions that need to be taken as well as matters discussed.

MyPGR is available through iExeter

The University identity includes a logo, typefaces, PowerPoint template, and other design elements that together create a visual image that is recognisably ‘Exeter’. This, together with the way in which we describe ourselves and our activities, enables us to present a consistent and professional image in all our communications and other physical manifestations of our identity. For further information see the University's Visual Identity pages.

Education Enhancement provides professional support to academic staff and students in four areas: Skills Development (including 1:1 study skills advice); e-Learning Development; Academic Development (including professional development programmes such as Learning and Teaching in Higher Education [LTHE] courses for graduate teaching assistants); and Learning Spaces Development. On the Penryn campus Ask advisors can provide one-to-one guidance and information on all aspects of academic study and skills,

The Postgraduate Society is about ensuring your postgraduate experience at the University of Exeter is fun and rewarding. The Postgraduate Society is dedicated to representing postgraduate students’ social and recreational needs. Run by a committee of students, it can help you make the most of your time at Exeter.

Throughout the year, the Society organises socials, trips to other cities and places of interest, to provide everyone with opportunities to meet other postgraduates, celebrate successes and gives the chance to relax from studying. The Society will help you to make memories and friendships that last into your professional life and beyond.

The Society's committee work closely with the Students' Guild who represent the interests of postgraduates registered at Exeter campuses.

To request a PGR student profile for the website, please complete the PGR student profile form.

Please fill in as much detail as you can. This information will be used on your PGR student profile page on the University of Exeter website.

Once completed please return, along with a photo of yourself, to Helen Evans who will set up your profile and add you to the PGR lists on the website.