Skip to main content Accessibility information

Search

Search


1 - 10 of 135 search results for !nullpadre
  1. Fully-matching results

  2. First Marjon memory cafe was a great success today, future dates http://bit.ly/17IuFmE

  3. Herald Sports Awards launch today at the Sports Centre with the Acting Editor of the Herald Bill Martin, Vice-Chancellor Cara Aitchison, and Elite Sports Student Cassie Patten opening the presentations.

  4. Free bus service available for staff and students today wishing to attend the Installation of Vice - Chancellor. Every 20 mins from 12 noon - 13.20. Leaving from outside reception.

  5. Congratulations to everybody graduating from the University of St Mark & St John today, Ceremony 1 is well and truly underway! Share your graduation photos and messages with #marjongraduation.

  6. Welcome back staff and students. Happy New Year!

  7. Today and tomorrow, we're at the Kent and Medway UCAS convention. Pop along and meet us and find out about our range of programmes.

  8. British Record holder and Olympic hopeful Ben Proud accepts scholarship offer with the University of St Mark & St John! Ben will join us in September.

  9. We had a fantastic few days at London UCAS fair and it was great to meet so many of you! This week we'll be in Belfast, 6/7th March at King's Hall, so come and say hi!

  10. Sports Volunteering / Employability and Careers Exhibition and Legacy Event • Want to join the legacy of London 2012? • Want to gain more experience and enhance your CV? •Log hours for your modules / course •Gain access to funding for

  11. There are some places available tomorrow (Thursday 12th December) at the first Public Lecture in the Sport, Health and Wellbeing series. Professor Mike McNamee will be delivering a lecture on Sport and the Ethics of Performance Enhancing Drugs. To

Refine your results

clear all

Last updated

Back to results

Search history

Recently clicked results

Recently clicked results

Your click history is empty.

Recent searches

Recent searches

Your search history is empty.

Back to results

Shortlist