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  2. My biggest challenge during lockdown is trying to keep motivated. There are good times when I get on with my work and other times when I do not feel motivated. I find chatting to family and friends helps me feel positive; as does exercising,

  3. I’m kind of enjoying lockdown to be honest. I’m living on campus and I feel lucky to be back as I have my housemates. We plan lots of activities to keep entertained. We cook together as a house, play games, watch TV together and go for walks to

  4. I try to tackle the day as early as possible. My study time requires a screen and I want to get outside before it gets dark. I try to walk for at least 40 minutes each day, it gives my mind a rest and I get to notice what’s going on around me. I

  5. Calling the sportspeople of Marjon!⚽️ The deadline to apply for a Sport Performance Scholarship for the next academic year is Sunday, January 31 2021. Are you eligible? You should apply if you’re coming to Marjon in September, awaiting an

  6. Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of our trainee secondary school teachers have been supporting the fantastic work of Devon Virtual School. The school works to help children in care and care leavers from the area. During the last

  7. I’ve been feeling pretty good. Not much has changed for me. My Speech and Language Therapy course is continuing as normal, we have lectures, seminars and exams coming up. I try not to think too much about Covid and what I can’t do, instead I try

  8. At the beginning, I struggled with lockdown and the lack of routine. So, I created one. This includes replacing the gym with running and setting specific times to focus on academic work. My teaching placement has moved to a new start date, but I’m

  9. We now have Amazon lockers on campus! They’re available 24/7 and are situated outside the main entrance. Simply choose the locker delivery option and enter the name ‘Kays’ to divert your parcel to Marjon. Users are sent a one-time secure code

  10. It's not too late to apply. UCAS has extended the applications deadline by two weeks to 29 January. Find out what it'll be like to study with us: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/applied/september-2021/

  11. I study Osteopathic Medicine and we’re lucky enough to be allowed to return to Marjon for onsite learning. A few of our clinical sessions have gone virtual but I’m in the teaching clinic most of the week and we still have patients attending.

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