Plymouth Marjon University Undergraduate and Postgraduate face to face open day
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- Saturday 25 June 2022
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A Marjon Open Day is a fantastic way to find out about the university, our courses, and the support we offer our students.
We’re small, friendly and we’ll treat you as an individual.
Book your place today and you can find out more about Plymouth Marjon University.
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No. 3 in England for Student Satisfaction - The Complete University Guide 2022
1st for learning community in England - The National Student Survey 2022
2nd for student voice in England - The National Student Survey 2022
6th in the UK for Education Courses - The Guardian University Guide 2021
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Plymouth Marjon University sits on a green and spacious campus, with world-class facilities, in a spectacular part of the world. Here, through small and manageable class sizes, students build strong working relationships with a network of supporters including their Personal Development Tutor, lecturers and the Student Union.
Marjon’s supportive community, resources and personal educational style leads to happy and successful students with the university being ranked 1st in the South West for Course and Lecturers in the Whatuni Student Choice awards 2019 and ranked top 10 of all UK universities for six question areas in the National Student Survey 2019, including teaching on my course, academic support and student voice.
Aside from being awarded a silver award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework, Marjon’s dedication to leaving students confident, happy and capable of forging a lifelong successful career is proven with 95% of graduates in work or further study.*
The University’s areas of specialism include teaching, sport, health and wellbeing, social sciences, business and performing arts. Students work in cutting edge facilities, including live music studios, a crime scene house, journalism newsroom, sports science laboratories and health science clinics in which students work closely with members of the public.
The Campus offers a new student bar, swimming pool and gym, world-class sports facilities, new Student Hub for support services, computer games room and an Arts Centre with a large theatre. Marjon’s campus is well connected with a regular bus service to the city centre, where you can enjoy the dazzling views and waterfront of Plymouth. Theatres, cinemas, high street stores and restaurants are never in short supply, while bars and clubs will keep you entertained come the evening.
*Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2017
Plymouth Marjon University is a trading name of the University of St Mark & St John