Thanks to the calculations of VIVES university of applied science, we learned that in total, FLAVOUR created £87 million of social value. Every pound invested in the initiatives yielded more than £9 of social return on investment.
Large amounts of perfectly edible food are being lost every day. To tackle the problem of wasted food, Plymouth Marjon University took part in the European FLAVOUR project between 2019 and 2022: a project in which looks for new ways to save food and
Book now to see The Shodyssey, a comedy family show telling tales from Ancient Greece ❤ Join @Assembleth on Saturday 15th October at @Marjon_Arts and see Hercules, Odysseus and all of your favourite Greek heroes as you've never seen them before.
It is time to announce our Honorary Graduate for Wednesday afternoon: Mark Lovell Mark is currently the Chief Executive Officer at the @ArgyleTrust where he has worked for the past 14 years. He has had some amazing experiences working within the
Freshers week 2022 ❤ We have had a fantastic week welcoming our students onto campus. It has been great to see so many smiling faces, catch up with old and new friends and make memories that will last a lifetime. We hope you have truly felt
Join us at one of our next Open Days, taking place on Saturday 8th October and Wednesday 30th November Come and have a look around campus, speak to our students and find out more about the courses we have on offer. Book now: https://t.co/QjOM1svfMw
Book your place at graduation today! Student registration closes tomorrow and with that your chance to purchase up to two guest tickets. Anyone waiting for results should still reserve tickets or they will be released for resale later this month.
Marjon celebrates another success today, as the university climbs an incredible 39 places since 2017, in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide. #PlymouthMarjonUniversity #Marjon #MarjonUni #University #GoodUniversityGuide #Uni #UniLife
Monday 19 September: Social and informal activities will take place (rather than essential inductions). Second year Welcome Back sessions, previously planned for Tuesday 20 September, will move to Wednesday 21 September.
Key headlines: No change to moving in dates. Those moving to campus can continue to move in according to the previous schedule. Essential inductions have been delayed by one day for first years, to Tuesday 20 September.
A bank holiday has been declared for the day of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, Monday 19 September. This is the start of Welcome Week, and the day when most first years travel to campus for essential inductions. We have made some amends to planned