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  2. This week members of the University are attending UCAS fairs, we'll be at Penryn (Mon 23rd), Exeter (Tues 24th and Weds 25th) and Portsmouth (Weds 25th and Thurs 26th). If you would like to find out more out about studying and life at the University

  3. 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

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

  5. Schools Out! If you are looking for fun family activities then try a family swim at our Sports Centre. Its open to all and a family swim is just £10 for four people (one must be aged under 16 years). See pool opening times:

  6. 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

  7. 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.

  8. SEMINAR: International Sport, Cartels and Political Tactics: Exploring The Boycott. With Dr Malcolm MacLean from the University of Gloucestershire. 5pm on 23rd November. To book your place email:

  9. 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:

  10. RUGBY WORLD CUP LIVE: From training at the University's official Team Base Jacques Burger, Namibian captain leads from front in the match against Tonga at Sandy Park. Up to the minute results here.

  11. NEW Course for 2016 PGCE Secondary Education With Religious Education (RE) Religious Education teaches valuable ways of thinking as it introduces students to different traditions and religious beliefs from across the world. RE develops understanding

  12. Its the last week of Varsity 2015, the sports challenge event of the year between the University of St Mark & St John and the University of Plymouth. Varsity combines great sports action with charitable fundraising, this year supporting Bristol

  13. 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,

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

  15. BBC South West to screen a special election debate tonight. The debate is being filmed at the University of St Mark and St John and is to be shown on BBC One at 10:50pm tonight (Wednesday 29 April). It will be an opportunity for voters to quiz

  16. This week is Girls Football Week. This afternoon Marjon Activate will run a Girls Football Festival on the 3G pitch from 4-6pm. All girls are welcome! The session is free and there will be lots of footy-related activities, including a chance to try

  17. Thinking about University? Register for our next #BIGOpenDay in February to find out about the University of St Mark & St John

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