After you apply for postgraduate study

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Your postgraduate offer

Now that you have applied you have the opportunity to join us at the University of Plymouth and be part of a lively and enterprising community of postgraduate students where our innovative teaching staff and world-leading researchers are passionate about developing you for a career in your chosen field. 

Replying to your offer

After you have applied and received your offer you must accept your offer by emailing the Admissions and Enquiries Team at, within two weeks of the date of your offer letter. Failure to do so may mean that you miss out on important information or opportunities regarding your programme. If you have applied through UCAS / UCAS Teacher Training, you will be advised by them on how and when you will need to respond to this offer.

Further student support

Residence Life team.
We want to make your transition into postgraduate study as easy as possible – your accommodation options
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We can offer you a range of advice and guidance – disability support
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All of the essential details of the contract between you and the University – your student contract
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Everything you need to know about life as a student in Plymouth – student life

Funding for postgraduates

Now that you have applied for postgraduate study, you can find out more about funding opportunities available to you as a postgraduate student.

Find out more about your funding options

International Plymouth

If you're an international applicant and you would like to find out more information about your accommodation options or where to find the International Student Advice support service you can find out all the information you need.

Visit International Plymouth

Postgraduate blogs

Our postgraduate blogs give you an insight into what it is really like to be a postgraduate student at the University of Plymouth.

Meet our postgraduate bloggers