Accommodation in Plymouth
St Thomas Court offers ensuite rooms in shared flats
City centre location, fully furnished, social spaces
Only a 28-min bus ride to Plymouth Marjon University
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Applying to Plymouth Marjon University
- Entry Requirements
144-159 UCAS Points
Average range for Plymouth Marjon University entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
More details of our TEF outcome can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website.
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 30th & 31st Oct
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Students will learn through a hybrid approach of on-campus and online teaching and learning. There will be an online-only option for those who need to remain at home. Practical activities will be appropriately socially distanced e.g. laboratories, performing, sports.
Plymouth Marjon University Reputation
The University of St Mark and St John is located in South West England, Devon. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 2,770 students are enrolled at the University of St Mark and St John:
- 2,705 of these students come from the UK
- 45 come from other EU countries
- And 25 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2018/19)
The graduate outcomes for the University of St Mark and St John show that six months after leaving university, 96% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving the University of St Mark and St John, is £17,500 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
Updated: 7th September 2020
Read Plymouth Marjon University Reviews
Really enjoying my time in first year even with the pandemic on. I live in an en-suite room in halls on campus that is quite spacious and clean with everything you could need. Everyone acts as a big family in accomodation too, looking out for eachother. Clubs and societies are mainly sports societies so can be a bit of an issue if you are not very sporty but it doesn't take away from the experience if you don't join a club/society. The campus itself is well equipped with a library that is open day and night along with up to date computers for editing work. it also has lots of pitches to play sports and many green spaces. The students union is very good and tries its best for the students by putting on covid secure events. (drinks are also very cheap) The only real issue I had, (which has now been sorted) was the internet not working too well but the helpdesk were more than helpful and looked into it within hours.
some sports clubs can be very cliquey and if you don't fit into those cliques, you'll soon find yourself leaving that club. logging into wifi wherever you move around campus will drive you crazy. online gaming is blocked.
Very small community, which is good and bad. Good because people care and you get to know people well, however it can be gossipy... and in ways click especially with sports teams. Nevertheless student supporting is amazing, they do really support students and the lecturers do care as there are small classes and it can be in depth because you'll get to know them well. But if your lecturer does not like you, you maybe in trouble.