Plymouth Marjon University
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
Campus and Crime Map
- All first year and top-up students are guaranteed accommodation on campus.
- There are places for nearly 500 students in on-site halls of residence and a student village, with accommodation including single and en-suite catered or self-catering rooms and flats.
|Number of university/college beds||462|
|Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation||£3,780–£4,810|
|Typical annual cost of private accommodation||£3,198–£3,690|
- The university is located in Plymouth, known as Britain's Ocean City. The campus faces out towards the sea, with Cornwall to one side, the moors behind and rolling Devon hills all around.
- Plymouth is a green and beautiful city with easy access to sandy coves and the possibility of picnics and moonlit campfires on the South West coast.
- Plymouth Science Park accommodates over 80 technology, digital and scientific businesses which are on the university's doorstep.
- Marjon is located in Derriford, just a few miles north of Plymouth in beautiful South West England.
- Plymouth is accessed via the A38 Devon Expressway which connects to the motorway network at Exeter (M5).
- Frequent rail services link Plymouth and London Paddington, including high-speed services (just over 3 hours) and an overnight service. For South Wales, change at Bristol Temple Meads and for North Wales, and for the North change at Birmingham New Street. Typical journey times are 2 hours to Bristol Temple Meads and 3 hours 30 minutes to Birmingham New Street.
Culture and Nightlife
- The city has a vibrant night life, music scene and theatre.
- Enjoy the city's cobbles, marinas, pavement cafés and waterside bars and explore food from around the world with Flavour Fest in June, and Seafood Festival in September.
- Students can unwind from their studies with adrenaline fuelled surfing, climbing, coasteering or sailing.