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  2. Leading comedians will soon take to the stage at The Quad Theatre, Plymouth Marjon University. The shows currently confirmed are: Gary Delaney - 3 September 2021 Mark Watson - 14 October 2021 Seann Walsh - 16 October 2021 Sindhu Vee - 21 November

  3. Marjon Student Union and Marjon Sports Federation have raised an outstanding total of £1446 for YoungMinds Trust, our chosen charity for Varsity 2021. YoungMinds is the UK's leading charity committed to the emotional wellbeing and mental health of

  4. We are supporting the MadeAtUni Energising Places campaign. BA (Hons) Football Development and Coaching student, Nathan Morgan, talks about his experience as a sport volunteer. "I’ve been coaching football since I was 16 and I’ve loved every

  5. There was good news for Marjon when the results of the National Student Survey were released this week. It asks final year students at UK universities about their university experience. We were the no. 1 university in England for “learning

  6. #WeAreMarjon “I became a Change Maker because I wanted to leave Marjon with more than a degree: I wanted a legacy. I’ve always struggled with confidence and thought it would be a fantastic opportunity to work on that. Mental health has always

  7. Final year results are now available to view. A huge congratulations to everyone getting their degree!

  8. Dear Marjon class of 2021, Firstly, a huge congratulations- you’ve finished uni! That is such a big achievement, you should be ridiculously proud of yourselves. I know this year has been an odd one, with lockdowns, online learning and watching our

  9. “When starting Marjon, I wasn’t sure about how dyslexia would affect my studies. I thought I would not be able to write a good enough assignment and I would not get high marks because of it. In the end I passed everything, and my dyslexia helped

  10. Support author of over 100 children’s books and Marjon alumnus, Ian Whybrow, in his charity fundraiser ‘Poetry With Legs’. Ian has spent a year writing a poem a day, raising money for Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, which is a charity that

  11. Are you a Marjon student that has undergone financial hardship due to the Covid-19 Pandemic? It's not too late to apply for the University's Covid-19 Hardship Fund. If you have already applied to the Summer University Hardship Fund please do not

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