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  2. Today is #TimeToTalk Day. Conversations about mental health have the power to change lives. Our ‘tea and talk’ sessions offer a relaxed space in which to talk about #mentalhealth and this week we were joined by Malesallowed. #itsOKnottobeOK

  3. Congratulations to Ed Larkin who has been selected to represent Team GB Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) at an international tournament in Germany. Ed from Plymouth also plays locally for West Country Hawks Wheelchair Rugby Club.

  4. ‪Does the idea of networking make you feel nervous? ‬ ‪MarjonFutures are running a networking event on Tues 12 Feb. They’ll guide you as you learn about, and practice, networking.‬


  5. Education report warns of isolation for rural and coastal schools. Published today, it is co-authored by Professor Tanya Ovenden-Hope. Read more: https://bit.ly/2WWRJ2E

  6. 'Educational Isolation: a challenge for schools in England' was published today attracting much coverage, including BBC Spotlight, Tes and Schools Week. It was co-authored by Marjon researcher Professor Tanya Ovenden-Hope. Read more and download the

  7. A huge thank you to Mark Ormrod​ for delivering an inspiring guest lecture to our students. Over on the blog Adam tells us about the lecture and how it will influence his career in Sport and Exercise Science...

  8. Happy Valentines Day Share the love by tagging the people who make Marjon special for you

  9. Speech and Language Therapy Student Conference 2019 BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy More: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/courses/speech-and-language-therapy/

  10. Are you considering postgraduate study? If so, check out Josh's experience of postgraduate life at Marjon... http://sites.marjon.ac.uk/marketing1/2019/02/13/postgraduate-life/

  11. We welcomed Invictus Games Sydney 2018 presented by Jaguar Land Rover Champion Mark Ormrod to campus last week to talk to our sports students about life as an amputee and elite training methods for disabled athletes. “Hopefully talking through

  12. "To walk in to a book shop and see my writing is beyond my wildest dreams," - Carl Jones. ✍️ Congratulations to Marjon alumni Carl Jones on the release of his debut novel Whiteout. Carl, who writes under the pseudonym Gabriel Dylan, graduated

  13. Considering postgraduate study? Make sure you register for our next Postgraduate Open Evening on Wednesday, 27th February. Want to know more about what to expect from the event? Simply check out below

  14. Last week our very own Tanya Ovenden-Hope, along with the University of Plymouth's Dr Rowena Passy, published a report on 'Educational Isolation' for some of the country's rural and coastal schools. Here's how BBC Spotlight covered the event Want to

  15. "Small course sizes mean that you can work closely with the lecturers to help you get the best marks," - Postgraduate student Josh. What's it like to be a postgraduate student at Marjon? We asked our very own postgrad student Josh and he shared his

  16. ⚽️ This week our sporting students got the chance to gain the Devon County Football Association Level One qualification for futsal. Students gained an understanding of techniques and skills related to the small-sided version of football and in

  17. "Events like this help to open the conversation because the students themselves have gained a small insight in to what university is like," - Kari Eilertsen, Widening Participation and Outreach Officer. Key Stage 3 pupils from across Devon visited

  18. Students honed their networking skills with MarjonFutures and guest speaker Paul Leather from BBC Radio Devon.

  19. Marjon LGBTQ+ week is here! Look out for the following events from Marjon Student Union (MSU) and Marjon lgbtq+ Society: Monday - Got a question about anything LGBTQ+? Pop it on the rainbow wall outside the MSU office and pick up free Stonewall merch

  20. Plymouth Teaching School Alliance - PTSA led an 18 month project to improve listening, speaking and feedback skills across Plymouth’s classrooms. You can join PTSA and Gill Golder, our Director of Teacher Education and research lead on the project,

  21. We love to hear from Marjon graduates! ‍⚕️ ‍ ⚽

  22. Our football course is packed with real-life, hands-on experience, allowing you plenty of opportunity to put theory into practice as you work closely with our partners Devon County FA and Argyle Community Trust. Find out more: www.marjon.ac.uk/foot

  23. Our researchers are exploring why some new runners keep on running while others stop. If you started running in January and have since stopped then we'd like to find out more via a one-off interview. If you can help please contact Alister on

  24. Erasmus funded youth work projects were the focus of presentations by Associate Professor Jon Ord at the Erasmus+ KA2 Innovation in Youth Work Conference in Berlin and the AP Hogeschool Annual Youth Work Seminar in Antwerp last month. Find out more

  25. #WeAreMarjon “Through Marjon I’ve been given the opportunity to do teaching in a way I never would have dreamed of. On the BEd Primary Education course we always do academic placements but in second year we take on an enhanced placement, which

  26. Five Marjon Sports Federation teams compete in the BUCS Conference Cup Finals in Swansea today. That's the most Marjon teams to go to the finals for at least 10 years! The teams are Ladies Football, Men’s Football 1, Men’s Basketball, Men’s

  27. Applications are now open for Resident Student Assistants (RSAs) for the academic year 2019 - 2020. Application forms are available on the hub. http://sites.marjon.ac.uk/marketing1/2019/02/07/behind-the-scenes-with-a-resident-student-assistant/

  28. Plymouth Marjon University has been nominated for the Whatuni.com Student Choice Awards 2019. Marjon has been nominated in the ‘Course & Lecturers’ category with students at the University showing their delight with Marjon’s commitment to

  29. Today we hear from our very first trailblazing women students. The following is taken from a piece they wrote together at the end of their studies, back in 1958... “Two hundred and fifty men and six women, that was what we found, we the bold and

  30. #WeAreMarjon "I didn’t realise how much I’d love Journalism until I began my degree as a mature student. Like a lot of people, it took me a long time to figure out what career path I wanted to follow. Funnily enough, it was taking part on

  31. Marjon Student Union invite you all to the Women In Leadership conference. #IWD2019 #BalanceForBetter

  32. PhD student Avik Banerjee seeks parents of dyslexic children to interview for research into the provision of private tutoring for pupils with dyslexia in England. The research will explore the support provided to dyslexic children by their parents

  33. Our 2020 undergraduate prospectus is available now. The next 25 people to request a printed copy of the 2020 prospectus will also receive a marvelous Marjon notebook! Get your prospectus now, it's free: https://bit.ly/2owJLiw


  34. Be more listened to, be more involved, be more adventurous, be more confident and be more you. Be more Marjon. Get the 2020 prospectus now: https://bit.ly/2owJLiw

  35. #WeAreMarjon I came to Marjon thinking I wanted to be a writer, a reporter, but every module is so good that I don’t want just to do that anymore. I keep on wanting to do something different, something more creative like radio, television or

  36. Can we fast-forward to days like this again now please? ☀️

  37. We hope you enjoy these early photos of the Marjon campus, taken soon after the University moved to Plymouth in the 1970s.

  38. With dissertations and final exams on the horizon, lecturers Sarah Martin and Vicki Evans turned to dog cuddles to support their final year students. Sarah brought her Golden Retrievers, Bentley and Marlow, to campus to meet Sports Therapy and

  39. ‘’When you come to Marjon, it feels like coming home. When I started, Rob the Vice-Chancellor told me all about the values. I thought this is it, yes. They chimed with me on a personal level. I hadn’t experienced this at other universities. I

  40. #WeAreMarjon “At school I didn’t know what I wanted to do. I just wanted to do sports all the time. I’ve always played hockey from a young age. My Dad played hockey and I followed in his footsteps. I came to Marjon to study Sport and Exercise

  41. On #WorldPoetryDay we are proud to present 'College cleaner's vision', the second of two poetry collaborations by Marjon Arts students. Xena reads the poem and video production is by Dael. The inspiration for the poem is an old photo of Marjon

  42. #WeAreMarjon “Football is a big part of my life. I started playing football at age six and went on to play for Torquay United, first as an apprentice and then on a one-year professional contract at age 18. I knew I wanted to do something to do


  43. ‍⚕️‍⚕️ Our Health and Wellbeing degree has been developed in consultation with three NHS trusts with the aim of easing demand on vital health services. Discover how to help patients with their physical, social and mental health through

  44. The Team Sports Bursaries deadline is 31 March 2019 ⚽ Awards of up to £1000 per year are available to eligible students who play team sports in the Academy squad of a professional team or at regional level. Apply now:

  45. Marjon Journalism students have taken to Plymouth's airwaves in recent weeks, thanks to a new link with Hospital Radio Plymouth. Find out more about what students have planned on their weekly radio slot https://bit.ly/2JxTdxA Find out more about

  46. Our Forensic Criminology students got the chance to analyse blood patterns with expert Forensic Scientist Jo Millington. Jo led interactive workshops with students as they learnt how blood stains are created in different ways in crime scenes. Find

  47. Associate Professor Emily Beaumont is one of three finalists in the Influential Woman of the Year category (sponsored by Folk2Folk) at the Devon & Cornwall Venus Women Awards 2019. ‍ Emily is Director of Marjon Business School and is active as a

  48. Our next Open Days are on Friday 7 and Saturday 8 June. Marjon ranked number two for teaching quality in the UK in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019. We also ranked in the top 10 for student experience. Register here to receive

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