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University of Plymouth


A very warm welcome to Plymouth University. With a mission to be ' the enterprise university', Plymouth is a dynamic and innovative place to work and study, transforming lives through education, world-class research and innovation on a global stage.


We are committed to delivering an outstanding student experience and enjoy a reputation for excellence in teaching and learning alongside world-class research. Together with a research-informed curriculum, we embed employability skills throughout a student's journey with us.



Students also benefit from funded internships, award-winning volunteering schemes, international exchange programmes, dedicated career development advice and extensive cultural, sports and leisure programmes - all of which see our students emerge as highly employable graduates with an impressive skills base. Some 12,000 of our students undertake work experience each year and our awards are informed by leading practitioners in the field of business and the professions.


the University houses Europe's largest Marine Institute, with a dedicated world-class marine building being erected this year which will include state-of-the-art research facilities and new wave tank testing equipment that will be unique to the UK. We are also one of the founding partners in the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry and are the largest provider of health education in the South West.


The RAE 2008 saw Plymouth named as a top 50 research University and the 'most improved' with 80% of its research judged as being of international repute, meaning both our undergraduate and postgraduate students can be proud to be taught by, and work alongside world-class experts.


Plymouth University is one of the UK's most prominent and dynamic universities with an educational history dating back to 1862.


Consistently ranked as one of the top three modern universities, Plymouth has

. over 30,000 students

. almost 3,000 staff

. an annual income of around 160 million

. a major role in the Combined Universities in Cornwall



























Location & Facilities

Plymouth is located in the South West of the UK between Dartmoor National Park and the sea and is the largest city in the region. It is serviced by all major transport services with its own railway station and bus station close to the city centre and University campus. Plymouth is also easily accessible by road following the M5 motorway and continuing on the A38 Expressway at Exeter.






































List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

  • Architecture, Design, Building & Construction
    Art, Design, Media & Performance
    Biological, Health, Chemical & Agricultural Sciences
    Computing, Mathematics & Statistics  
    Education & Teaching
    Health & Social Work
    Hospitality, Tourism, Sport & Leisure
    Humanities & Languages
    Law, Business, Management & Logistics  
    Marine, Earth, Geography & Environment
    Psychology & Social Sciences




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    All Plymouth Business School programmes are eligible (UG and PGT – excluding Summer School) for these scholarships based on academic merit.  The International Scholarships (for Overseas and Channel Islands Applicants) UG award will be for Stage 1 plus each subsequent year of course providing student progresses with overall mark of 60% or above. There are up to 20 scholarships available to the value of £1,500 each.




























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