• Ranked 4th in UK for Student Satisfaction with Teaching Quality

    The Sunday Times Good University Guide (2014) has ranked us 4th in the UK for Student Satisfaction with Teaching Quality.


  • Outstanding Employability

    We are the 2nd best for employability from 11 universities in the South West. 93.5% of our students are in employment or further study six months after graduating (HESA, 2013).

  • Top 10 for Student Satisfaction


  • Children, Young People & Communities

    The National Youth Agency (NYA) will provide ten Higher Education Scholarships of £2,000 plus 100 bursaries worth £200 to assist students to enter the youth work profession.

  • 175 Years in Education

    We are celebrating 175 years in Education with 175 events.

    Learn more about the University, our contribution to education and our vision and aspirations for the future.

  • Our Centre for Sporting Excellence

    We attract Elite athletes, local, national and international teams, as well as welcoming students and the general public. 

    Visit Marjon Sport

Teacher Education Partnership

The University's Teacher Education Partnership includes over 300 primary schools, 100 secondary schools, and 15 Special Educational Needs and Disability schools. The Partnership works across 6 counties and has representation in Germany and Cyprus. The Partnership includes a number of Co-operative Trusts, National Teaching Schools, Academies, Federations and Alliances.


Open Day 21 June

The Open Day will include sessions on the wide variety of available subjects, along with campus tours and information on fees and finances.

Find out why the University is ranked 4th in the UK for student satisfaction with teaching quality, according to The Times Good University Guide 2014.


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What's On

The University of St Mark & St John hosts a wide variety of engaging events throughout the year. Discover what's happening as part of our 175 year anniversary celebrations.

Next Public Lecture: Sport, Technology and Social Media with Professor Andy Miah, 1 May 2014
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