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  2. Calling all scuba divers... Jo Alexiou, an active scuba diver and clinical exercise physiologist at Marjon is involved in a research project investigating the cardiovascular profile of active scuba divers. The goal of her project is to make the

  3. Congratulations to the class of 2017 and thank you to everyone who joined the graduation celebrations! #marjongrad

  4. The UK Sport Development Network (UKSDN) is a professional network of academics and practitioners working together to influence sport policy and practices. On 17 November Plymouth Marjon University will host the UKSDN 2017 Conference, titled

  5. Professional photographs from Graduation by Tony Cobley Photography. Please get tagging! #marjongrad

  6. Ready to go! The official launch party for our brand new student bar is tonight from 9pm. Tickets from Marjon Student Union.

  7. #WeAreMarjon I toyed with the idea of moving away from Plymouth to study for my degree but the fact that Marjon had the Public Relations and Media course I wanted to do, had a good reputation and most of my friends were staying in the city made the

  8. Elias snap chatting his mum on this big day... Of course, what else would you expect?

  9. Watch a mesmerising performance by The Fevers at Graduation. Congratulations to Ashton, Holly, Kish and Sophie who all graduated today! #marjongrad

  10. We are delighted to award honorary degrees to Olympians Tom Daley and Giselle Ansley for inspirational sporting performances. #marjongrad

  11. "Warmest congratulations to you all. You will always be a part of Marjon, and Marjon wlll always be a part of you." Professor Rob Warner, Vice-Chancellor of Plymouth Marjon University. #marjongrad

  12. We recently had the opportunity to hear from our alumni, reminiscing about their Marjon days at Kings Road, Chelsea.

  13. Some more shots of the gym looking in great shape after a major refit. Marjon Sport & Health Centre is open to students and the public.

  14. I am a huge believer in choosing something you enjoy. Most people only get to go to university once so make the most of it. Choosing to study Sport Development at Marjon was a fantastic decision as it opened doors to invaluable contacts in the

  15. Our campus is within easy reach of the city and the sea. Click and drag your mouse, swipe or move your phone to take a 360-degree look around Plymouth Sound.

  16. The Marjon Memory Café is a free service run by students and staff (pictured) in collaboration with the Alzheimer's Society. Our café provides a safe and welcoming environment for people with memory problems such as dementia, along with their

  17. We are proud to be members of the Next Steps SW consortium, working to help young people to realise their potential. Read more:

  18. Congratulations to striker Cody Cooke and Truro City FC on reaching the first round of the FA Cup for the first time. Cody, a Sports Development graduate, told us: “University was the best three years I have had within education. My tutors

  19. Our campus is within reach of some spectacular beaches. Click and drag your mouse, swipe or move your phone to take a 360-degree look around Bigbury-On-Sea and Burgh Island.

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