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  2. Let's talk about sex! ❤️ Talk About Sex #TAS is on the 8th of February 2023 in the RLB Building at Plymouth University. There will be talks from Key Speakers, Sonalee Rashatwa, The EddyStone Trust and Charlene Douglas, with more scheduled

  3. Giving Voice performing Lean On Me by Bill Withers

  4. Our Campus Tours are bespoke to every booking We are delighted to be able to offer in-person campus tours. Come and visit our spacious, green campus, and see what makes Marjon so special. These tours are organised and developed specifically for you,

  5. Plymouth ranked most affordable city for students in the South West Our city has been named as the 20th cheapest city for student accommodation in the UK. StudentCrowd, an organisation providing independent reviews of institutions for students,

  6. A big welcome to the first cohort of Assistant Practitioner apprentices to have started at Marjon The Higher Level Apprenticeship Assistant Practitioner course is one of twelve new health programmes launching at the University this year. Claire

  7. Have you ever played Futsal? ⚽️ Our second year Football Coaching and Development students are running a futsal festival this weekend (28th and 29th) for local children and teens. The event aims to provide teams with a Futsal playing opportunity

  8. We are so lucky to share our campus with these beautiful deer

  9. Did you know we have a dedicated Applicant Support Coordinator? ❤️ If you're applying to Marjon, Lydia is on hand to answer any questions about accommodation, student wellbeing and student finance, our clubs and societies, and pretty much

  10. Reminder: the UCAS equal considerations deadline is this Wednesday What is the UCAS equal considerations deadline? Applications for all 2023 entry UCAS Undergraduate courses (except those with a 15 October deadline) should arrive at UCAS by 6pm on

  11. #WeAreMarjon "When I was 16 I moved from Dubai to Scotland to study law. I completed a foundation degree and then a bachelor's degree, but I knew that law was not for me. Although I stuck at it, I knew that I didn't want to do it. And so every year

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