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A Masters at the University of Exeter is a great way to gain a competitive edge in your field or gain specialist training in a particular subject area. At Exeter we combine teaching excellence and high levels of student satisfaction with world class research. A member of the Russell Group, our success is built on a strong partnership with our students and a clear focus on high performance. We are the fastest growing research-intensive university in the UK and 98 per cent of our research was rated as international or world-leading quality in the last national Research Excellence Framework.
We recognise the financial challenges facing masters’ students and this year we are making available more than £1.5 million worth of scholarships. Combined with the UK government postgraduate loan scheme, bursaries and crowdfunding opportunities, there are many ways to make studying a Masters affordable. You can search for funding on our website.
Our exceptional campuses in Exeter and Cornwall give you the chance to live and study in some of the most beautiful parts of the UK. You can enjoy the best of what the South West has to offer, from its historic cities to national parks and beautiful beaches. Streatham Campus in Exeter is a registered botanic garden covering 370 acres, and with transport links now better than ever, Exeter is just 1 hour from London by air. The Penryn Campus covers 100 acres at the heart of Cornwall, with a wealth of outdoor activities to be enjoyed and scenery to be explored.
“I wasn’t sure whether to do a masters but Exeter offered a programme which I knew would help my career and be useful. The city is in a great part of the country - it has everything you need as a student whatever you’re into.”
Nicolo studying Policy Analytics MSc
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We hold Postgraduate Open Days in November and March. These small and friendly events take place in Penryn, Cornwall and Streatham, Exeter. Reserve your place today. We look forward to meeting you.
College of Engineering, Mathematics & Physical Sciences at Exeter University offers you the chance to study at postgraduate level in a supportive environment with excellent facilities and amenities. We have excellent standards of teaching and research and a strong postgraduate community. Our location offers you the security and atmosphere of a separate campus, but within walking distance of an up-and-coming city centre.
The College has a range of lecture theatres that all feature state-of-the art presentation equipment to help ensure interaction between lecturers and students. The computing facilities are described by the Guild of Students as "the best supply of computers in the University" and all our labs and workshops are supported by a team of highly trained technical staff.
A THRIVING POSTGRADUATE COMMUNITY
The University is home to around 3,500 postgraduate students and the College itself has around 150 postgraduates. There is a wide selection of self-catering accommodation for postgraduates, including family flats, and we have an on-campus nursery. We also have a dedicated postgraduate centre, which incorporates computer and research materials as well as leisure facilities. The University is home to over 100 societies’ and has excellent sports facilities for all abilities.
A VIBRANT CITY
Exeter itself is the regional capital city and has excellent transport links and amenities. There are direct trains from Exeter St. David’s to London Paddington and Birmingham New Street, both of which take approximately 3 hours’ journey time.
Exeter has a population of 118,800 and is notable for its low crime rate. The city has a relaxed atmosphere and provides year-round entertainment to suit all tastes. Every summer Exeter plays host to a large-scale arts festival featuring many international performers from a vast range of disciplines. Our high quality of life has encouraged many major firms, most recently the Met Office, to relocate here. Devon enjoys one of the mildest climates in the UK.
The surrounding countryside is another benefit; the university is within easy reach of areas of outstanding natural beauty, such as Dartmoor, Exmoor and the Devonshire coast.
A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION
The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences is based on the University’s Streatham campus, which covers 250 acres of landscaped parkland. The campus is only 10 minutes’ walk from the train station and 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre. Students describe the campus’ atmosphere as “personal, friendly and safe”. The campus also houses a shopping centre, bars and Exeter’s main theatre, The Northcott.
OUR COLLEGE Ranked 65th in the Times Higher World Subject Rankings, the College of Humanities carries out excellent research and teaching across a number of related disciplines. Our areas of expertise include Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Drama, English Studies, Film Studies, History, Modern Languages, Translation, and Theology and Religion. With around 370 staff, 3300 undergraduate students and 500 postgraduate students, we carry out research and teaching at the University’s campuses at Streatham, Exeter, and Penryn, Cornwall. Our research is world leading and we believe our size and quality enable us to not only develop world leading research, but to also offer a wide range of postgraduate programmes that are dynamic, flexible, and taught with a high degree of commitment and skill . With us you have the chance to study at postgraduate level in a supportive environment with excellent facilities and amenities in a strong postgraduate community. Our location offers you the security and atmosphere of a separate campus, but within walking distance of an up-and-coming city centre. A VIBRANT CITY Exeter itself is the regional capital city and has excellent transport links and amenities. There are direct trains from Exeter St. David’s to London Paddington and Birmingham New Street, both of which take approximately 3 hours journey time. Exeter has a population of 118,800 and is notable for its low crime rate. The city has a relaxed atmosphere and provides year-round entertainment to suit all tastes. Every summer Exeter plays host to a large-scale arts festival featuring many international performers from a vast range of disciplines. Our high quality of life has encouraged many major firms, most recently the Met Office, to relocate here. Devon enjoys one of the mildest climates in the UK. A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION The College of Humanities is based on the University’s Streatham and Penryn campuses. However, we currently only offer Masters programmes at our Streatham campus, Exeter. Our Streatham campus covers 250 acres of landscaped parkland. The campus is only 10 minutes walk from the train station and 15 minutes walk from the city centre. Students describe the campus’ atmosphere as “personal, friendly and safe”. The campus also houses a shopping centre, bars and Exeter’s main theatre, the Exeter Northcott Theatre. The surrounding countryside is another benefit; the university is within easy reach of areas of outstanding natural beauty, such as Dartmoor, Exmoor and the Devonshire coast.
The College of Life and Environmental Sciences brings together the complementary disciplines of Biosciences, Geography, Psychology and Sport and Health Sciences to provide a rich and diverse interdisciplinary teaching and research portfolio.
We are committed to pursuing world class research that impacts positively on the world. Our research is frequently interdisciplinary in nature, embracing disciplines within and outside of the College and combining expertise from across humanities, social sciences and sciences.
We play a significant role in contributing to the University’s Science Strategy, and three of the five constituent key research themes: climate change and sustainable futures; systems biology; and translational medicine, personalised healthcare and public health.
We place considerable emphasis on providing outstanding research-led teaching and to creating a learning environment that offers a rich student experience to those who study in the College. Our degrees have high academic standing and are designed to prepare students optimally for employment or further training in a wide variety of professional careers.
Through our programmes and associated opportunities, we aim to equip students with the discipline-specific and generic skills and experiences that are highly sought by employers. Support is available to students from staff throughout the College and also from services elsewhere in the University, such as the careers services.
The College, which has a presence on each of the University’s campuses in Exeter and Cornwall, benefits from fantastic facilities including specific equipment and facilities appropriate to each of our component subjects. Investment in new and refurbished facilities has already enhanced our environment and, with further major investment underway, additional state-of-the-art benefits will be available in the near future.
The University of Exeter was given charter in 1955, but has educational roots stretching back more than 150 years. We are a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research intensive universities. We combine academic excellence and world-leading research with stunning campuses in the most beautiful part of the UK.
In recent years we have consolidated our reputation for excellence in teaching and research, and our global reputation is growing rapidly. We received a significant boost to our research funding following our outstanding performance in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
Over the last decade we have invested heavily in our facilities – from study spaces and laboratories to student accommodation and sports facilities – making our campuses as cutting-edge as they are beautiful, and perfectly suited to postgraduate study.
COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND INTERNATIONAL STUDY
Interdisciplinary collaboration is a hallmark of the College, reflected both in research and our varied curriculum, which offers flexibility and choice. Our subject areas include: Arab and Islamic Studies; Education (including PGCE); Law, Politics and International Relations; Strategy and Security; and Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology.
With around 187 academic staff, 1700 undergraduates and 1400 postgraduate students in the College, we carry out teaching and research at the University’s campuses at Streatham and St Luke's in Exeter, and Penryn in Cornwall. We believe our size and quality enable us to not only develop world leading research but also offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that are dynamic, flexible, and taught with a high degree of commitment and skill.
All our programmes are based on research-led teaching and are structured to offer growing disciplinary expertise while developing key generic skills sought by employers. With us you have the chance to study in a supportive environment with excellent facilities and amenities in a strong student community. Our location offers you the security and atmosphere of a separate campus, but within walking distance of an up-and-coming city centre.
Making excellence and aspiration our business
We’ve taken just over a decade to establish the University of Exeter Business School as one of the UK’s leading institutions. We’ve achieved this by striving to be the best we can be, bringing together inspirational and internationally-respected business teachers from around the world in an environment that combines historical and intellectual heritage with modern facilities.
What we have achieved so far is already remarkable - our students at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive levels are consistently measured at the very top of performance indicators; they also rank amongst the most satisfied and most successfully employed students in the UK. Research conducted at Exeter is internationally respected, and is helping to shape the world we live in.
We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished so far, but we want more. Our students come here from more than 80 different countries and they choose Exeter because they aspire to achieve the best they can, and that is exactly our aim. We are as ambitious as an institution as the students and staff that come here, and our recent EQUIS accreditation makes us a leading business school - not just in the UK, but in Europe and across the wider world placing us in the top 1% globally. Exeter is also a Russell Group University, signifying the highest calibre in the UK.
We’ll continue to invest in the very best teaching staff and facilities. We’ll commit ourselves to innovative research and we’ll build on our relationships with industry and society. And we’re equally committed to ensuring our students leave Exeter having had a great time, with all the skills and knowledge they need to build exciting and fulfilling careers.
If you choose to study at the University of Exeter Business School we’ll equip you with the professional tools and qualifications you’ll need for your future career – at whatever level. You’ll learn in a stimulating and dynamic environment amongst some of the highest-achieving students in the country.
At postgraduate level there are options to study for an MSc in Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing or Human Resources, a PhD or undertake our unique, cutting-edge, One Planet MBA.
You can be confident that, whatever you choose to study, if you’ve got the drive and ambition then you can be a part of the University of Exeter Business School success story: 80% of our students leave with First Class Honours or a 2:1; and 84% are in work or a postgraduate study place within six months of graduation.
What can you expect from coming to study here?
Choosing Exeter means you'll be based in one of the leading business school environments in the UK. You'll be taught by some of the world's most respected academics in their fields - and gain the latest business knowledge and insights that will prove invaluable in your career. We can also promise you access to outstanding resources and facilities, plus the opportunity to be part of an international community of students, many of whom go on to become leading business people in their own right.
Add to this our links with industry, and an international reputation that attracts some of the world's leading academics, and you begin to see why the University of Exeter Business School is becoming the first choice on many levels - for many people all over the world.