Arts and Humanities degrees at Marjon are all about thinking a little differently and communicating with impact. See our courses ahead of the UCAS application deadline on Tues 15 January 2019: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/arts/
#WeAreMarjon “It was just a normal day working at school and the next thing I knew I was waking up in an Intensive Care Unit about a week and a half later with a head injury. I had been involved in a pretty serious car accident which had left me
Over a third of people surveyed in Plymouth believe they have the traits that would make for being a good teacher. Does that include you? Find out about teacher training at Marjon: www.marjon.ac.uk/teaching/ #ItchtoSwitch
Our researchers are exploring why some new runners keep on running while others stop after a few weeks. We’re looking for research participants aged 18+ years who were previously inactive and have recently taken up running (within the last month).
#WeAreMarjon “I had to learn to walk, drive and do basic things after my head injury. Now I’m in a position where I can give something back and educate people to treat disabled people in the same positive way I have been treated. On the whole I
Professor Tanya Ovenden-Hope researches educational isolation (coastal, rural and small schools) and the relationship with teacher development and educational improvement. Tanya will share insights from her work at a free lecture from 18:00 –
Marjon offer an MA Education and MA Education Leadership in Cornwall for qualified teachers and education leaders. Drop into our Education Open Evening to meet the tutors and find out more. It’s at our site at The Old Cathedral School, Truro