ℹ️ Marjon University Cornwall invites educators to ‘Small schools, big issue?’, an online event exploring the issues facing small schools in rural and coastal England. The event runs in partnership with British Educational Research
Back in February 1840 when we welcomed our first students, many people believed that education was only for the elite. Our founders, James Kay-Shuttleworth and Derwent Coleridge, had other ideas. Big ideas. They started training orphans from the
️ The Listening Post is a student led Marjon support network, where students can talk to students. Below, the team have answered what you can expect from the service. To book a chat, log in to Learning Space.
Have you noticed the increasing use of personal pronouns such as he/him, she/her, they/them or ze/zir in email signatures and social media bios? Sharing your pronouns helps normalise discussions about gender, especially for trans and non-binary
Congratulations to second year BSc Sport Rehabilitation student and Marjon Sports Scholar, Sam Taylor, who has been selected for the Great Britain U23 Elite Development Hockey squad! Sam was selected following a trial period that granted him a place
Calling Marjon students and the Class of 2020! Are you interested in starting your own business, social enterprise, community project or society? With the Be Enterprising Bursary, you can apply for a start-up fund to kickstart your project! Contact
Congratulations to Marjon Cheerleading, who are the winners of the Marjon Sports Federation Active Minutes Challenge! Over the last three weeks, our sports teams have been competing to total up the most minutes doing physical activity. As the winners
Study a MSc in Management for a Sustainable Future with Marjon, anywhere in the world, on our distance learning course. The impact of 2020 has meant organisations large and small, public and private sector are focusing on resilience as never before.