Marjon News


Released: 01.06.15

Open Day June 2015

An opportunity to check out the courses, halls of residence and world-class facilities at the renowned University of St Mark & St John in Plymouth, Devon takes place on 20 June.  

Students who are looking to study in 2015-2016 and beyond can still register to attend the Open Day which runs on campus from 10:30 until 15:30.

An action-packed day includes the chance to talk to course leaders about degree programs, look around the on-site accommodation, dining, entertainment, and sport facilities, as well as a tour of the City of Plymouth and local area on a special bus tour.

There will be a taste of student life in a talk by Student Union President Dan Whitby who will share his experiences and describe a host of social activities, clubs and sports teams available from the Marjon Student Union to make the most of your free time at University.

Visitors will also learn about the University’s rich heritage and its dynamic plans for the future in a welcome address from Vice-Chancellor Professor Cara Aitchison.

The University of St Mark & St John prides itself on being a strong community where students are known by name and not by number.

It is known internationally for its contribution to Elite Sport and nationally for its contribution to Teacher Education. It has the highest employability figures of the Universities in Devon & Cornwall with 95% of graduates securing jobs within six months.

The skilled teaching and research staff have expertise in distinct subject areas spanning three faculties: Culture & Language Sciences, Education & Social Sciences, and Sport & Health Sciences.

Students and their families are welcome to attend the Open Day on 20 June. There are good transport links to the campus, which is located in the North of the City on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. There is a free bus from Plymouth Railway Station, and plenty of parking on site.

Register to attend or telephone 01752 636700.

For more information about courses and applying to the University explore our website. 

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