Skip to main content Accessibility information



1 - 50 of 277 search results for !nullpadre
  1. Fully-matching results

  2. Our next Open Day on Saturday 20th June offers a chance to find out about our specialist subjects and world class facilities. Your day will include a welcome talk by our Vice-Chancellor and a student-led campus tour. You'll explore our green and

  3. Congratulations to all our students graduating this year – From Monday 3rd August you can register for your ceremony and purchase your guest tickets online at

  4. The University would like to wish all students awaiting results today the best of luck. The results will be available from 14:00 and can be accessed using the following link: (you will need to use your student number and D.O.B to sign in)

  5. Course of the Day - BSc (Hons) Applied Sport Science for Coaching. Our BSc (Hons) Applied Sport Science for Coaching is endorsed by the British Association of Sport & Exercise Sciences. This course looks at optimising performance in sport through

  6. There is a buzz on campus ahead of Open Day TOMORROW. It is not too late to book your place! The programme for Open Day includes: - Welcome talk; - 46 subject talks; - Sessions on Accommodation, Employability, Money Matters, Student Life, Student

  7. Do you want to be a primary teacher? We have places for Sept 2015 on our BEd (Hons) Primary Education (with QTS). Jordan Dingle, a recent graduate, says this about the course: "I enjoyed the course, especially the placements which were a great

  8. 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

  9. NEWS: Freshers week included winning a part in Hollywood movie Pitch Perfect 3 for one lucky student.

  10. The University is now live on Instagram. We hope you'll enjoy our photos and follow us to see more:

  11. Considering University? Discover our courses and apply for 2015. Visit for more information.

  12. 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.

  13. Personal trainers gave walkers some special training tips at the University of St Mark & St John recently in advance of the St Luke’s Midnight Walk. With registration closing in a matter of weeks, time is fast running out to sign-up for the 3, 6

  14. October Open Day Welcomes Students. On 17 October you have the opportunity to check out the courses, halls of residence and world-class facilities at the renowned University of St Mark & St John. Students and their families are welcome to attend the

  15. The Faculty of Sport & Health Sciences invites you to: "Sporting Success: The Value of Sport for Health Date: Monday 15th June; Time: 12pm; Venue: HDC 101. In this special seminar Dr Erika Borkoles from Bournemouth University will talk about her

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

  17. An inspirational talk taking place on Tuesday is featured in the Western Morning News. For more info about the event, check out our website's What's On guide.

  18. Good luck to all our teams taking part in @BUCSsport today #bucswednesday

  19. Plymouth Herald Sports Personality of the Year Awards launches at University -

  20. The Marjon Student Union (MSU) Fresher's Festival starts on the 21st September 2015 with two fabulous weeks of night and day time entertainment to welcome you (or welcome you back!) to the University. An MSU Fresher's Festival Pass 2015 will give

  21. eFest 18th-22nd May. A series of workshops, talks and events presented by Underground to help you increase your employability in a competitive job market. The sessions include: Study Abroad, Social Media, CVs, Dissertations, Interview Tips,

  22. We are a small and friendly university located in Plymouth, not far from the stunning South Devon coast and Dartmoor National Park. To see more go to our Instagram page:

  23. 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.

  24. Study While You Work Open Day - Thurs 9th July 6.30pm Would you like to enhance your career prospects and earn while you learn? With our work based Foundation Degrees you can do this. The degrees are designed in partnership with employers in order

  25. The Sports Centre will be a Rugby World Cup 2015 Team Base venue. Plymouth will be Namibia’s Team Base while they are playing their two fixtures at Sandy Park in Exeter. Wessel Kotze, Operations and Logistics Manager for the Namibian rugby team,

  26. Course of the Day – BA (Hons) Sports Development. Would you like to inspire young people, develop sports in communities and fulfil the potential of all individuals from grass roots to elite athletes, then this is the course for you. Check out our

  27. Campus is buzzing with excitement tonight for #stlukesmidnightwalk good luck everyone.

  28. We can count Plymouth Argyle FC, Plymouth Albion RFC, Exeter Chiefs and the Namibian World Cup Rugby team amongst the many users of our world-class sport facilities; including gym, swimming pool, sports hall and 3G pitch. Another team that play and

  29. 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

  30. Study Journalism or Sports Journalism with us. - We have places remaining to start Sept 2015. - A £500 Start Strong award available to eligible new applicants. Journalism is a dynamic, practical programme that caters for the multi-skilled

  31. Have you submitted your university application yet? Still deciding? Visit for more information

  32. We are running a clearing campaign and are hoping to hear from students who joined the University through clearing. Can you help? Please contact me for a brief discussion. Naomi Lang, PR and Communications Officer (Press & PR) Tel: 01752 600745 email

  33. The University of St Mark & St John is Plymouth’s official Team Base for the Namibian rugby squad. We hosted a formal welcome of the Rugby World Cup Trophy, the Webb Ellis Cup on 8th July 2015.

  34. The University Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Clinic is open to students, staff and the public and our facilities can help you to optimise performance or recovery from injury. You will be treated by supervised students who each undertake 350

  35. We're looking forward to welcoming resident students on Sunday and everyone else on Monday. Don’t forget to check your welcome programme via for any last minute changes!

  36. Celebration in the City - graduation ceremonies are to take place on 28 and 29 October at the Plymouth Guildhall. More:

  37. With election day approaching we take a quick look back at political history and our own…

  38. Higher education is becoming an increasingly competitive global market and the sector is entering an era of greater diversity. You can read more about the need for diversity in a Guardian article by our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Cara Aitchison:

  39. 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

  40. 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

  41. 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.

  42. Research-Rich Environment for Practice and Knowledge A Masters graduate has been invited to work with Cornwall County Council to develop a training package for schools. Following his research into sex and personal education for young people with

  43. Marjon SU brings you May Ball on 16th May! Performing this year are: Mariachis Band The Showhawk Duo The Vibes Along with our own Phil Brown and 'Marjon's Got Talent' winners Beth Shields and Mawgan Penrice. Plus much, much more including casino,

  44. We warmly invite you to the licensing of the University of St Mark & St John’s new Chaplain Reverend Nick Griffin, by the Bishop of Exeter The Right Reverend Robert Atwell. The ceremony will take place in the University’s Chaplaincy Centre and

  45. The Faculty of Sport & Health Sciences invite you to a seminar on Strength Loading by Dr Glen Deakin of James Cook University, Australia. 5pm on 29 September; all welcome. Venue is KCB 524.

  46. Our BSc (Hons) Speech & Language students support the 'Giving Voice Campaign' to raise awareness of how speech and language therapy can transform lives. Problems with speech and language imprison the individual and severely limit their participation

  47. Hot off the presses! We've just received a new run of the 2016 Undergraduate Prospectus. Click to download the prospectus or to get one posted out to you:

  48. Are you taking part in either the 3, 6 or 12 mile Midnight Walk this weekend for St Luke's Hospice? Check out some last minute top tips from our Personal trainers here at the University and Good Luck!

  49. ‘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

  50. This week our Vice-Chancellor Professor Cara Aitchison, spoke at the HEPI-Elsevier Research Conference. Professor Aitchison posed questions about what the future holds for research. She highlighted the disproportionately significant role that small

Refine your results

clear all


clear all

Last updated

Back to results

Search history

Recently clicked results

Recently clicked results

Your click history is empty.

Recent searches

Recent searches

Your search history is empty.

Back to results