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Both on and off campus, Plymouth Marjon University is committed to working with learners of all ages.

We structure our events around what students want to see, do and hear. In these uncertain times, we understand that students are facing many challenges, both to their learning and adjusting to a new way of living due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

In response, we have tailored our Discover Days, Campus Tours and interactive sessions to online platforms. 

We hope that through meeting our team online, your students will gain a real understanding of life as part of the Marjon community. To find out more about how we can support your students on their journey towards higher education or to propose a session for your school or college, please email visitus@marjon.ac.uk – we are always happy to hear from you.

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Post-16 students

We offer a range of advice sessions and events for post-16 students, and these are currently available through our online platforms.

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Upcoming events

Join us to experience what it is like to study your chosen subject at university. Don’t miss out! Keep an eye on our calendar for upcoming workshops, discover days and summer schools.

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Key Stage 3

We work with local and regional schools and colleges, introducing Key Stage 3 students to higher education in a way that is engaging and stimulating and that gives them something to aim for.

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Primary Schools

It can inspire a child’s future to sow certain seeds early on. By bringing primary school children onto campus, we get to show them what day-to-day university life is like.

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Resources for teachers

We’re keen to share our most helpful resources with you, so that you can support your students in making balanced, informed decisions about their education.

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