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  2. We’re delighted to announce that our aspiring student journalists will be able to get closer to real-life action when they move into new premises at the BBC’s regional headquarters in Plymouth. Senior lecturer on the Journalism course, Mike Baker

  3. Vice-Chancellor Professor Rob Warner opening day one’s second ceremony #marjongrad

  4. The graduation procession, including Plymouth’s Deputy Lord Mayor, make their way to Marjon Graduation! #MarjonGrad

  5. Congratulations graduates from day 2’s first ceremony! #MarjonGrad

  6. Some drumming to kick off #MarjonOpenDay! Open Day is on until 3pm and all are very welcome to drop in to find out more about studying at Marjon.

  7. The FALSE HEADS are to play at Barjon on October 31. The exciting alt rock trio have opened for Queens of the Stone Age and have attracted 200K+ streams on Spotify. Their songs, Retina and Yellow, have been played on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 and

  8. Plymouth Raiders Basketball Club won their first game of the season on Sunday, with a 95-88 result against London Lions. Plymouth Marjon University was proud to sponsor the game and thank our friends at Raiders for this fabulous highlights video. It

  9. | Welcome to all our Freshers arriving over the next week! Here's a little message from the Marjon Student Union team on what you can expect as you settle in...

  10. We’re really honoured to have Mark Ormrod as an Honorary Graduate. He can’t be here today as he’s down under taking part in the The Invictus Games Foundation. Dr Ian Luke is here celebrating his fantastic achievements

  11. Our next Open Day is on Saturday 6 October. Click here for more info and to register: bit.ly/2MEBG36

  12. "Although I've never been a student here, being here today as part of the ceremony makes me feel a part of the University family," - Mark Ormrod, Honorary Graduate of Plymouth Marjon University Former Royal Marines Commando Mark Ormrod was today

  13. Marjon clearing now open! | 0800 0152534 | marjon.ac.uk/clearing/

  14. A warm welcome to our new and returning students from the President of Marjon Students’ Union Rhys Roberts & Deputy President Laura Butler.

  15. | "It's my privilege to say happy Christmas to all our alumni from Plymouth Marjon University," - Rob Warner, Vice Chancellor. Check out Rob Warner's message for Marjon alumni below! (It's amazing how we can make a video more Christmassy with a

  16. Wishing a very Merry Christmas to all our students, staff, alumni and friends! Artwork by former Marjon student, Alan Freeman.

  17. Great opportunity to combine study and elite rugby training...

  18. ‼️ Christmas pets alert ‼️ This is our efforts to make our pets look Christmassy. Think you can do better? Show us your pets ready for Christmas! #12DaysOfMarjon

  19. CUTE PUPPER ALERT Jack, the crime-fighting dog, dances when he finds an accelerant in a burnt-out room. Jack joined our Criminology and Forensic Criminology students at a fire event on campus and won over everyone with his nose for smells (and his

  20. A Christmas message from Michelle, the University Chaplain. ⛪ #12DaysOfMarjon

  21. A snowy sketch from the University Archive... ❄️

  22. We’ve been teaching for nearly 180 years and we’re always innovating...

  23. Congratulations to Kate Doison, an Outdoor Adventure Education graduate, who recently returned from the LWC Adelaide 2018 World Surf Lifesaving Championships in Australia with three bronze medals! Kate is a member of the GB women’s Inshore Rescue

  24. #WeAreMarjon “I wasn’t working in a forensic-based job when I was asked to help with my first criminal case in Britain. I was working for the National Museum of Scotland as Senior Curator of Entomology. It was a job that involved the collection

  25. Great opportunity to combine study and top flight basketball...

  26. #WeAreMarjon At 96 years old, John Hume is Marjon’s oldest known living alumni. This is his story. “I came to Marjon in 1940, when the college was based in Chelsea, to study Advanced Woodwork and Advanced Geography. In September of that year,

  27. ⚽️ | “I’ve always been interested in local football and starting a radio show on it just seemed like a natural progression for myself and Jack,” - Mike Parrish, Sports Journalism student. Mike Parrish and fellow student Jack Horswell have

  28. #WeAreMarjon “My main fear before coming to study for a term at Marjon was homesickness. I’m a student at Bloomsburg University and came to Marjon so I could experience education in a different country. I’m very family-orientated and being

  29. We’ve recently launched Going Places; a campaign that will help students to have global experiences thanks to Marjon alumni and friends of the University. ✈️ This is Geoffery’s global experience: "Through Marjon University I was able to

  30. Three Marjon acting graduates will take to the stage in Plymouth this Christmas as the leads in An Evening with Krampus, a cabaret style theatrical experience developed by The Barbican Theatre and The Wheel. Chloe Carrubba, Adam Connolly and William

  31. | We're pleased to announce our campaign to support female students who are worried about period poverty over the coming months. Launched in unison with the Marjon Student Union, the scheme will provide free sanitary products throughout Christmas

  32. Global experiences can significantly enhance a student’s skill base, leading to personal and professional success. That’s why we’ve launched Going Places. Going Places will allow students, through the support of alumni and friends of the

  33. Things got heated in last week's Criminology and Forensic Criminology Fire Event. JC Fire visited campus with a storage container dressed like a room... and promptly set it on fire. Students got the chance to investigate how fire spreads before

  34. Marjon students Jean Luc Zephir and Ivo Staub will compete at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Hangzhou, China from 8-10 December. Jean Luc swims for St Lucia and Ivo for Switzerland. We are very proud to support both swimmers via our elite

  35. Campus was at the heart of some healthy debate today as Gary Streeter MP, Molly Scott Cato MEP and our own Dr Sue Wayman spoke at our symposium on national and global justice. The trio spoke about different topics relating to justice in the modern

  36. We’ve recently launched Going Places; a campaign that will help students to have global experiences thanks to Marjon alumni and friends of the University. ✈️ This is Marlies' global experience: “Marjon and the international opportunities

  37. We’ve launched the Going Places campaign for students to have exciting, life-changing international experiences. Through support from our alumni and friends of the University, students will be to bid for bursaries that will cover some of the costs


  38. #WeAreMarjon "I’m working at the BBC because of Marjon. This place has given me a bright future. I’m currently in my third year studying Journalism. Through my lecturer, Mike Baker, I was lucky enough to get some work experience at BBC Radio

  39. Citizens Advice Plymouth and Marjon announce a joint media partnership, providing journalism students the opportunity to contribute to and strengthen our local community. Read more: https://bit.ly/2G9AjeP

  40. We are collecting food items for Plymouth Foodbank, an organisation which supports local people when they are in financial crisis by providing them with advice and food. Please leave your food donations at Marjon Chapel, thank you.

  41. "In my second year studying Acting at Marjon, we had the opportunity of taking our play on an international tour to Greece. Our show, which was developed from the Greek tragedy Oedipus, then got to be performed in its homeland. It was an incredibly

  42. Well done to Sport Journalism graduate Jack on scoring an exciting role as Head of Marketing & Social Media at Plymouth Raiders Basketball Club.

  43. | We’re delighted to announce that our aspiring student journalists will be able to get closer to real-life action when they move into new premises at the BBC’s regional headquarters in Plymouth! ✍️ Find out more https://bit.ly/2Ksn5s1

  44. | Yesterday we announced that our journalism programmes will be moving in to new premises at the BBC's regional headquarters in Plymouth in 2019. Find out more https://bit.ly/2Ksn5s1 BBC Spotlight covered the event on their news bulletin

  45. #WeAreMarjon “Never in a million years did I expect that my work during my second year of University would feature on the BBC’s website. For the Erasmus Scheme, we had students from Belgium and the Czech Republic over to Marjon as part of a

  46. Marjon Business School duo Dr Sarah Preedy and Dr Emily Beaumont have been published in an All Party Parliamentary Group report focusing on enterprise education in the UK. Read more: https://bit.ly/2QiATe8

  47. Not every disability is visible. Marjon staff and students have shared their personal experiences of hidden disabilities over on the Marjon blog. http://sites.marjon.ac.uk/marketing1/2018/11/27/dispelling-the-myths-about-hidden-disabilities/

  48. | Registration is OPEN NOW for our symposium, Justice in a Changing World. "We really want the event to shine a light on national and international justice. I think students of law, criminology and history, among others, will find this event both

  49. Thank you to all the staff and students who helped at Open Day today - you were amazing! #WeAreMarjon

  50. | "They are the ideal tenants for our former home - a building steeped in broadcasting history since 1939 which will now see the next generation of 21st century journalists honing their skills in radio, television and digital media," - Leo Devine,

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