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  2. A very Happy New Year to all our alumni, friends, staff and students!

  3. 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

  4. Sports personalities share best meal of the day as Plymouth Herald launch 2014 Sport Personality of the Year Awards -

  5. Faustus, a theatre production by The Actors Wheel, a company of our first year BA (Hons) Acting students, previews at the University on Wednesday 13th May. The play is an amalgamation of literary texts based on the Faustian myth. It is about a

  6. Student reports live from Derriford Hospital for BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show. Read the full story at:

  7. You could feel the buzz on campus this morning as we welcomed the Webb Ellis Cup. The Rugby World Cup 2015 Trophy Tour saw youngsters, professional and national players and guests enjoy a celebration bought to the city by the Plymouth Rugby

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

  9. Dr Karen Stockham has returned from the ‘Mountains Initiative’ conference in the Jasper National Park, Canada, where shared her research on #mountaineering literature. Dr Stockham owns one of the largest collections of mountaineering literature

  10. Kevin Johnson, Acting Programme Lead will perform with BA (Hons) Acting students John James McColl, Connor Reed and Lisa Wordsworth in the Barbican's fiery version of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. The performances will be indoors and outdoors in

  11. 'Challenge Your Politicians' is the parliamentary hustings for #Moorview. Two debates are being organised by The University of St Mark & St John, Plymouth Octopus Project and The Herald. One of the debates will be held at the University from 7pm to 8

  12. 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,

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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:

  16. We offer a range of work based Foundation Degrees: - Early Years - Learning Support - Children & Families - Health & Social Care Designed in partnership with employers, these degrees enable you to earn while you learn, enhance your knowledge and

  17. NEWS: In the headlines today, how stem cell banking can treat sight loss. Our Executive Dean Professor Noble is an expert in this field and will be chairing an international conference this week on the subject.

  18. AoC Sport, the lead organisation for college sport and physical activity, announced that it has renewed a partnership with The University of St Mark & St John. The deal will see AoC Sport and The University of St Mark & St John work together to

  19. Freshers Fortnight 2015 Watch: Video by Sam and Jack for Marjon Media Society.

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