Dear students and staff, On Wednesday evening, 2nd December, the Government sent universities previously unseen guidance about the return to campus in January. We have been working very hard ever since to work out what this means for everyone at
“I applied for a Going Places Bursary to attend a project management course, the PRINCE2 foundation short course. It was a three-day intense online course with a live trainer and practice exams. It was challenging to find time around my job and my
A new Women’s Football Programme enables talented women footballers to play high level football alongside studying for a degree. The programme is a partnership between Marjon, which is the FA Women’s High Performance Football Centre for the
At the beginning, I struggled with lockdown and the lack of routine. So, I created one. This includes replacing the gym with running and setting specific times to focus on academic work. My teaching placement has moved to a new start date, but I’m
It’s #WorkOutWednesday! ️♂️ Throughout this lockdown we will be bringing you some home workouts that anyone can try. This week we have a circuit training session, from student and personal trainer, Spencer. Thanks Spencer!
We just wanted to remind our students from everyone at Marjon Student Union that we are still here to support you. We're working really hard to try and make up for everything you've missed, and we're holding onto hope for the last few months of this
I study Osteopathic Medicine and we’re lucky enough to be allowed to return to Marjon for onsite learning. A few of our clinical sessions have gone virtual but I’m in the teaching clinic most of the week and we still have patients attending.
We are greatly saddened to hear of the loss of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The thoughts of everyone at the University are with Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family at this time.
⚽ Today Marjon Men’s Football Club celebrated the return of organised sport with a fundraising match. Two teams were led by Cam Turner and Dan Maller, pictured here with organiser Josh Varley. Cam’s team won 7-2. The match has already raised
Thank you to Luke Pollard for taking the time to chat to our first year Journalism students this week They had the opportunity to interview Luke on a range of topics, including the future of Plymouth. Interested in studying Journalism at Marjon?
My three kids are working from home with me, it’s been very busy. I live in Bude and usually travel to Marjon three times a week. I also work as a lab assistant, this is on hold. I’m frustrated, because before we were in lockdown we could work
We now have Amazon lockers on campus! They’re available 24/7 and are situated outside the main entrance. Simply choose the locker delivery option and enter the name ‘Kays’ to divert your parcel to Marjon. Users are sent a one-time secure code
Congratulations to The Actor's Wheel Class of 2020 student, Ed Larkin, who featured in last Thursday’s episode of BBC Doctors! Following his appearance on the popular daytime show, Ed said: “I feel so lucky to be on TV so quickly since
Times are tough at the minute for a lot of us and we want to remind our community that we are #MarjonTogether. Don’t forget we’re here for you. Our Student Support and Wellbeing team have created a helpful resource for mental wellbeing. Check it
Congratulations to our Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) final year students, who today complete their degrees with Marjon! ⭐️ They end their time with us through the annual Student SLT Conference, held virtually this year. Students present
Business skills are crucial for graduates. To provide our graduates with an edge we have business lecturers teaching on many of our degrees. We also offer business degrees which are accredited by The Chartered Management Institute. This means you
You can now study with Marjon even if you’re on the other side of the world! We recently welcomed new students and returning alumni to our new MA Professional Education Practice. It is delivered 100% online. All you need to study is a computer or
Congratulations to John Conchie, who today receives an Honorary BEd degree. John graduated from Marjon as a teacher in 1960 and was awarded a CertEd which is comparable to a BEd today. He went on to be Deputy Headteacher at Wreake Valley Community
️ The nominations for Marjon Student Union's officer roles are open! We caught up with former president, Geoffery, and current deputy, Joe, to find out why they applied to represent Marjon's students. If you're a Marjon student interested in
Congratulations to Marjon Cheerleading, who are the winners of the Marjon Sports Federation Active Minutes Challenge! Over the last three weeks, our sports teams have been competing to total up the most minutes doing physical activity. As the winners
♻️ Following a successful application, we’ve received £1.8million to decarbonise our campus! Through installing solar panels and LED lights, we’re reducing our costs and environmental impact. Plus, the work has already started! The full
Did you know that Marjon has a Rent Related Hardship Fund? Students that have been unable to live in their student accommodation for over four weeks, due to Covid-19, are entitled to apply. Applications are open until March 10, email
How can I build confidence? How can I stay motivated? If you’ve asked yourself one of these questions, join us next Friday for our Building Confidence and Motivation live virtual event. We’ll give you our top tips to overcoming these feelings.
#WeAreMarjon “I moved from Derbyshire to Cornwall 15 years ago, when I began to raise my young family. I had lost my mum to cancer and needed a new focus. I’ve always been interested in working with children. So, aged 30, I started to work at a
Careers in health Online careers event from 6.30 - 8pm on 27 April This online event will introduce prospective students to a broad range of study and career opportunities available within the health professions. The event includes talks about the
We’re excited to announce the launch of three new PGCE courses for 2021 entry! ✅ PGCE Primary Education with Special Educational Needs and Disability ✅ PGCE Secondary Science with Chemistry ✅ PGCE Secondary Science with Physics Interested in
Our Virtual Open Days are continuing throughout the coming months! Interested in studying at Marjon, or just want to know more about the university? ✅ Book onto our online talks taking place from 3-5 December. ℹ️
Do you have joint or muscle pain? Our Osteopathy Clinic is currently offering free appointments! Osteopathic Medicine course lead, John Evans, talks us through the treatment process and safety measures in place. To book ➡️
We’re really excited to announce that former BBC Spotlight presenter, Justin Leigh, has joined the teaching team at Marjon! The popular local broadcaster will be sharing his knowledge of news and live presenting with our Journalism students Read
We're inviting all parents and supporters of current and future Marjon students to tune into a live talk on Thursday. Find out how student finance works and hear from a parent who has two children at university, including one at Marjon. To book,
Since the start of the pandemic, one of Marjon’s community responses has been to offer free appointments in our sports therapy and osteopathy clinics. If you’re in any physical pain or discomfort, we can support you. ℹ️ To book and for more:
Our Marjon Outdoor Adventure Education students are supporting the #SaveOutdoorEd campaign Outdoor Education Centres across the UK are facing closure, due to government Covid-19 advice against school residential trips. The sector is campaigning for
Want to be creative? Work with a range of employers and business leaders? Gain hands on business skills during a semester abroad? Our undergraduate business courses give you all these opportunities while studying in a supportive learning environment.
Help others to get the most out of life. Find out about a range of career opportunities available at our free Careers in Health online event at 6.30pm on Tuesday 27 April. ❤️ For more info and to book go to:
We're proud to be supporting the Rural Teaching Partnership. It aims to improve the education of pupils in rural communities and Marjon University Cornwall are advising on the initiative For the full story: https://bit.ly/2PLxhm4
“Who knew Marjon had that?” As part of our Virtual Open Days, here is our alternative campus tour. Brought to you by students, Charlotte and Niamh, we sum up some of things you might not expect a university to have.