Plymouth Marjon University

Plymouth Marjon University was founded in 1838 and originated in London as the UK’s first teacher training college. We moved to an attractive single campus in Plymouth in 1973, near the stunning South West coast of Devon and Cornwall, and achieved University status in 2013.
We pride ourselves on being a small, values based university, and we make sure that financial, emotional and practical support systems are firmly in place for every student at every turn. With small class sizes and high contact hours, our students are able to get to know their course tutors personally.
The University was awarded silver in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework, and many of our students enjoy the warm, friendly atmosphere they encounter at the institution.
We offer a range of programmes from Foundation Degrees & Progression Courses to Honours Degrees and Postgraduate study. Plymouth Marjon University works with a range of partners from the sectors of education, sport, health and the creative industries to provide innovative programmes of teaching and applied research which result in very high levels of employability.

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