We offer a dynamic and supportive learning environment for students studying a taught Masters degree with us.
Key features of taught Masters study
- Exciting programmes and a wide-range of modules, plus dissertation supervision, taught by academic staff at the forefront of their disciplines
- Excellent support both within the College and from the University of Exeter
- The University has a wide range of IT facilities
- Postgraduate common room
- Dynamic learning environment with strong focus on interdisciplinarity
- Excellent preparation for further study or career development
Considering a taught Masters degree?
The main taught Masters programme available in the College is an MA (Master of Arts). Students in our Archaeology department can also take an MSc (Master of Science) and in our History and Modern Languages departments an MRes (Master of Research).
An outline of these different taught Masters degrees can be found on the University's central web pages.
A taught Masters degree normally involves following a series of taught modules for which you would normally be required to attend lectures/seminars in terms one and two, with term three being reserved solely for the completion of the dissertation (normally c.25,000 words).
To find out more about our taught Masters programmes please visit our A-Z list of programmes page.
Read blogs from our current Masters students to gain an insight into their experiences with us.
More information about undertaking a taught Masters degree at the University of Exeter can be found on the University's Postgraduate Study web page.