Plymouth Marjon University developed programmes, projects and partnerships all over the world. We have a shared mission with our international partners: to accelerate industry development and benefit from each other’s expertise and and specialist knowledge.
Together with a group of worldwide institutions, we’ve been working on a selection of ground-breaking projects and building on mutual respect to create deep-rooted, mutually beneficial relationships with our partners and step up our reputations worldwide.
We originally signed an MoA with Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) in 2011, and our partnership has consistently gone from strength to strength. Comprising a foundation year followed by three years of study, the BA (Hons) International Professional English programme saw its first cohort students graduate in 2015, and now boasts in excess of 200 students. Perfect for students seeking careers in translation, interpretation and travel/tourism.
Plymouth Marjon University’s relationship with the Malaysian government can be traced back to 1983, when the two joined forces to deliver bigger and better teacher training opportunities to the Malaysian population. Together with SEGi University, we now run a collaborative approach offering joint programmes across a range of academic subjects.
With the support of the Chinese government, Plymouth Marjon University has partnered with Shandong Sport University to support the sports industry, share knowledge and expertise, and provide opportunities for staff and student exchange. In addition we offer courses for Chinese students in Shanghai, London and Plymouth.
International students also study business with us at the London School of Executive Education where we offer both MA and MBA course designed to top-up the OTHM Level 7 Strategic Diploma in Leadership and Management qualification.
These programmes cover marketing, finance, enterprise and research methods. They are designed to develop senior management and leadership skills and competences in individuals, to bring fresh thinking to the student's current role, or to move their career in a different direction.