At the University of Exeter postgraduate education is exciting and transformative. Exeter challenges postgraduates to explore new ideas, ask questions and solve problems. Students will discover how to direct their own learning and take an active part in creating knowledge, ensuring they learn how to think and what not to think.
Exeter’s teaching is enriched by their inspiring lecturers and their partnerships with business, industry and professionals. The academics at the University of Exeter are active researchers, and many are world leaders in their field. They bring teaching to life by exposing their students to new perspectives and sharing the latest discoveries as they happen.
The university’s teaching style means students can complete most degrees full-time or part-time and degree options include research (PhD) and taught postgraduate degrees. There is currently a blended-learning approach in place so students can expect a mixture of online and in-person teaching, to ensure students can still receive teaching in a safe and secure way. Student can find out more about changes to teaching throughout the pandemic on the university’s website.