What to do now: key dates and pre-arrival information
Before you arrive on campus, there are some important things you need to know. Please read the following carefully:
You will soon be receiving information about your arrival from the University, including details on how to register. Further information can be found on the Information for New Students web page.
Further useful information for postgraduate students can be found on the Postgraduates webpage.
Freshers’ Week runs from Saturday 10th September – Sunday 18th September 2016. All students are required to be on campus by Monday 12th September. If you cannot be here by this date for unavoidable reasons, please see information for late arrivals below.
Please visit our Freshers’ Week 2016 page for more details. This will be updated over the summer with a printable timetable of events and talks, so please check regularly.
MSc International Management students: Please see the MSc IM page for details of your induction events.
Choosing your modules*
You will be able to start selecting your module choices for this year online from Wednesday 24th August. Instructions on how to do this can be found here: Online module choice guidance (postgraduate). We strongly advise you to complete your module selection by Friday 16th September, to ensure that you get your first choice. Online module registration closes on Friday 23rd September.
Please select the modules that you wish to sign up to as soon as possible. Doing this quickly will give you the widest choice – popular modules fill up very quickly. If you don’t choose your elective modules in good time, the modules you wish to take may be full.
- Look at the Business School Module Descriptor pages for information about each module. Don’t forget to look at modules offered by other Colleges (see College websites for more information) if you would like to take a subject outside the Business School, such as a foreign language.
- Go to the Online Module Selection page where you will find instructions on how to choose your modules.
If you are an international student you will need to make sure you register with the University promptly on arrival, so that you gain all of your IT access, to register on your programme and your modules. For more information about your arrival for international students please take a look at the International Students’ Freshers’ Week Programme 2016.
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iExeter Smartphone App
iExeter your desktop portal and is also a free app that provides all current and prospective students with personalised information and services to help you make the most of your life and studies at The University of Exeter. It includes useful information such as your personalised timetable, your library account, maps to help you find your way around campus, all the information you will need for Freshers Week - including checklists and events and much much more. Visit the iExeter webpage to find out more and to download the app.
If you will be arriving at the University after Monday 12th September, then you will need to inform us by emailing your details to the Student Services Team at email@example.com . Please include your Student Number and your Programme of Study in your email.
We hope that this information proves to be useful to you and if, over the next few weeks or months you have any questions, or if you are worried about something or are struggling with anything, please do contact the Student Services team by logging an enquiry in SID or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Even if we cannot help directly, we can find someone who can. The earlier you contact us, the more effective our help will be.
Please keep checking this page over the summer as we will be updating it as details are confirmed.
We really hope you enjoy your time with us and we look forward to meeting you in September.
Please join our Facebook group for new Business School postgraduates.
A great opportunity to meet your fellow students before you arrive for Freshers' week, and ask the Student Support team questions.