Supporting you through your studies

The University of Exeter and College of Humanities are dedicated to providing excellent support for our students for the duration of your studies.  We recognise that a high-level of support will positively impact on your studies and your student experience with us here at Exeter.

Personal tutors

One of the primary sources of on-programme support for our Masters students is your personal tutor.  Your personal tutor is your main point of contact in all areas of your academic life. If you have any problems with your programme or personal welfare, or need guidance, your personal tutor is there to assist you.

Your personal tutor will be an academic from your department, and as such, will be able to help you improve your academic ability in that discipline.

Personal tutors will also monitor your progress throughout your time at Exeter, and help you to improve your skills and achievements. 

College support staff

Our College Office and departmental support staff also provide administrative support to all taught students in the College.  You can find out more about their role and how they can support you while studying at Exeter by visiting their information page.

Additional support

To learn about other ways the College and University can support you please use the links in the above, right-hand menu.