We caught up with some of our current and recently graduated acting students who took part in the Barbican Theatre's production of Twelfth Night over the summer. For more information on our Acting degree http://bit.ly/2vPIy6s
Marjon has signed a deal with Devon FA and Plymouth Argyle to give our football degree students real-world experience of football careers. Chris French of Devon County FA said: "We’re delighted to support students through placements, guest
Six teams compete in the final round of the Plymouth Charity Football League this Saturday, including a Marjon team. All proceeds from this tournament go to the Plymouth Oasis Café project which works to address child poverty. Good luck to all the
The last general election resulted in very small majority in the Plymouth Moor View constituency. Whatever your politics, register to vote (if you have not already done so). Make sure your voice is heard.
Moving-in day is Sunday 17 September. Our staff and student ambassadors will be on hand to help and we are excited to welcome our new students! Here is a recap of everything you need to know about moving into your student accommodation: http://bit.ly
On summer days head to Plymbridge Woods, just minutes from campus. Here you can join Drake's Trail for off-road walking and cycling, or keep cool with a stroll through ancient woodlands or a dip in the River Plym!
A big thank you to the 150 students from local schools who attended our Aim High event today for a taste of university life. For more information on future events please visit: http://bit.ly/2kwCUm7 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Good mental health is more than the absence of a mental health problem. Next week (8-14 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week and The Mental Health Foundation urge us to look at mental health from a new angle; asking are we surviving or thriving?
Open Day is the perfect chance to see how you’d fit in at Marjon, find out about the course, quiz our course leaders and see where you could be living, studying and socialising. You can get a 20% discount available on train tickets to get here.
Sonia Blandford, one of the country's foremost experts on improving outcomes for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, will give a guest lecture at Marjon titled 'Born to Fail? Social Mobility, A Working Class View'. Sonia, a prolific writer, is