Are you considering applying to us? Would you like to tour our campus? Our current students are ready and waiting to show you around. Your tour can be booked at time that works for you. If you want to meet a course tutor, we'll try our best to tie
Get a feel for life at the University of St Mark & St John. It's not too late to tour the campus before the 15th January UCAS deadline. Our students are ready and waiting to show you around - see the Students Union, Sports Centre, Library, Halls and
Many congratulations to Ben Proud on setting four new British swimming records at the ASA Winter Meet this weekend. Ben broke 46 seconds for the first time, beating his own record in the men's 4x100m freestyle with 45.97. He set British records in
Postgraduate Teaching Open Evening 5-7pm on 14th January 2016 Come and see why we are ranked best in the South West for Education and Teacher Training in the 2016 Complete University Guide. Discover more about our PGCE Primary programme and our
Social Science is concerned with the relationships between individuals, society as a whole and social change. Today we face new possibilities and new problems, both on a local and a global scale. These require action based on accurate information
Are you curious about the dynamics of society and our global world? Our new BA (Hons) #Sociology is the perfect choice for inquisitive minds. It explores how society shapes our relationships and identities, and the way we think, feel and behave.
The UCAS deadline for the majority of undergraduate courses is now just a month away on 15 January 2016 and we can help with your application! Our course finder shows all undergraduate courses available at University of St Mark & St John:
New £4.2 Million Studio School Build Starts on Site The Studio School build is due for completion in Autumn 2016. It will include a High Performance Sport Centre equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and a Medical Lab for sport physiotherapy,
NEW Course for 2016 PGCE Secondary Education With Religious Education (RE) Religious Education teaches valuable ways of thinking as it introduces students to different traditions and religious beliefs from across the world. RE develops understanding
NEW Team Sports Bursaries The University has launched NEW Elite Team #Sports #Bursaries to assist students who compete in team sports at an 'elite' level. As a guide 'elite' aligns to membership of the Academy squad of a professional sports team.
Speech & Language Therapy Student Conference 29 January 2016 With presentations from Dr Tomasina Oh of The Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists, Gillie Stoneham, the award-winning Marjon Give Voice team and fourth year SLT students.
NEW for 2016: BSc (Hons) Nutrition Nutrition plays a key part in the promotion of good health and the prevention of diet related illness in communities. Students will gain practical experience in our new state-of the-art health science laboratories.
Prepare for a successful career in the football industry with our football coaching degree. The course, taught in partnership with the Plymouth Argyle Community Trust, is packed with real-life, hands-on experience, allowing our students plenty of
NEW Course for 2016 PGCE Secondary Education With Geography Geography is the study of places - their physical and human characteristics, their interconnections and their variation across space. As a Geography teacher you can help students explore
NEW for 2016: BA (Hons) Sociology Curious about the dynamics of social life? Sociology will help you develop a critical appreciation for the complex interconnections between people. During our sociology degree, you’ll take an in-depth look at how
Visiting Writer Series The Meaning of Place - Mud and Stones into Stories. Reading and talk by Philip Marsden. 18:30 on Tues 1st December in the Library Lecture Theatre. All are welcome. To book a place 01752 636700 (ext 6522). Phil Marsden is the
‘The Meaning of Place, Mud and Stones into Stories’ is the title of a talk to be presented by award-winning author Philip Marsden on Tuesday 1 December at 18:30. Part of the University of St Mark & St John’s Visiting Writer Series, this free
A Celebration of Cycling Hosted by the University and the SW Institute of Outdoor Learning. FREE - 7.30pm on Mon 30th Nov at the University - no booking required. Two cyclists will share their tales of on and off-road adventures in Europe and South
University outperforms the sector in the National Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) Survey 2015. Both primary and secondary teachers rated the overall quality of their training at the University of St Mark & St John as above national figures. Secondary
Fly-on-the-wall Film Wins Award Congratulations to journalism students Kieron Reed and Patrick Tompkins (pictured) on winning an award from the Royal Television Society for their fly-on-the-wall documentary of a barber shop. The owners of Wyatt’s
This Christmas our 2nd year Acting students bring you SNOW! SNOW is a Christmas Cabaret based on the Grimm tale, with song, cabaret, panto, puppetry, dance and potentially a little sprinkling of horror. Snow White as you've never seen her before!
NEW for 2016: BA (Hons) Performing Arts Education If you have a passion for performing and want to share it with others, this course was made for you. Our Performing Arts Education degree takes a flexible approach to your learning, allowing you to
NEW for 2016: BSc (Hons) Exercise Physiology Exercise physiologists help to enrich quality-of-life by developing exercise-based lifestyle programs to prevent or/and treat injury and disease. With an ageing population and increasing awareness around
eFest is back! Events with a focus on education, experience, enterprise and employability and will take place in Jan 2016. The programme includes an opportunity to gain a Forest School qualification, as well as info on CV writing, research skills,
SEMINAR: International Sport, Cartels and Political Tactics: Exploring The Boycott. With Dr Malcolm MacLean from the University of Gloucestershire. 5pm on 23rd November. To book your place email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Writer Series Environmental artist and poet Marlene Creates visits us on Thursday 19th November at 6.30pm to discuss her award winning video-poem in a talk titled "From the Ground Tier to a Sparrow Batch". All are welcome. To book a place
We are recruiting in the areas of eLearning, Employability, HR and Student Recruitment. We are also seeking a Personal Assistant for our Pro Vice-Chancellors. All roles are based in Derriford, Plymouth. This is an exciting time to join us as we are
The University is proud to sponsor the Plymouth 10K. The race happens this Sunday 15th November 2015. Athletes can look forward to pre and post race therapy and an event warm up with our Sports Therapy students. Plymouth 10K Race Director Nigel Rowe,
A very warm welcome to the teams arriving at the University Sports Centre for the Association of Colleges (AoC) Sport South West regional tournaments. Students from colleges across the South West will compete in the regional heats of men’s football
The Complete University Guide 2016 ranked the University of St Mark & St John as the best in the South West for Education and Teacher Training. The University has risen up the ranks by 33 places nationally and features in the top 20 nationally for
Many congratulations to fourth year Speech & Language Therapy students including Lizzie Dawes, Lucy Singer and Cornelia Honold (pictured) who won a national award recently for their 'Marjon Give Voice' campaign. The team ran events on campus, in
Hundreds of students attended a 'Breaking Into Media' event the University on 4 November 2015. They heard from experts across journalism, documentary, photography and film about how to get ahead in the media industry. The inspiring annual
Are you considering a career in teaching? The Department of Education is running a series of online Teacher Training Events to enable you to find out more about teacher training and what a career teaching has to offer. Sessions include: Professional
A big thank you to staff and students for their donations in support of Syrian refugees. You can drop off goods all week at the Chaplaincy - warm items such as blankets, sleeping bags and men's clothes are needed, cooking and eating eqpt needed too.
The University of St Mark & St John is proud to host "Music Across Borders: A Gig for Syrian Solidarity". This sensational gig features Joey the Lips, Vince Lee and and Becca Langsford and raises vital funds for Syrian refugees. All monies raised