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  2. The University of St Mark & St John in Plymouth is different. Our warm and friendly atmosphere makes this a special place to study. We have a single campus, making it that much easier and faster to meet people. From lectures to accommodation, dining,

  3. The University of St Mark & St John, England’s most established teacher training college, has responded to a national fall in the number of people applying to teaching related-courses by offering a package of incentives to potential applicants.

  4. The Faculty of Sport & Health Sciences invite you to a seminar on Disability Sport by Dr Brett Smith of Loughborough University. 11am on 24 September; all welcome. Venue is KCB 523.

  5. The Faculty of Sport & Health Science is recruiting: SPORTS THERAPY INTERN x 2 POSTS Variable hours - up to 20 hours per week Fixed term: 8th June 2015 to 18th September 2015 Salary: £8.41 per hour + 12% holiday pay For Marjon final year students.

  6. Spare room – why not offer an international student a home? Find out more at:

  7. MSU have announced 17 exciting NEW societies for 2015/16. The new societies are: Arsenal Supporters Club, Amateur Dramatics, Baking, Christian Union, Choir, Classical Choir, Film, Fire Spinning & Circus Skills, LGBT, Marshall Club, Media, Nerf Guns,

  8. Exciting new degrees in Education, Health, Sport and Social Sciences for 2016. More:

  9. A new Director of Teacher Education has been appointed in the Faculty of Education at the University of St Mark & St John. The new role further demonstrates the University’s commitment to teacher education and teacher development. The new Director

  10. We're located on a single campus, making it that much easier and faster to meet people. Find out more at:

  11. 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.

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