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We will offer you a place based on your confirmed centre-assessed grades meeting the entry requirements for your course.
At Plymouth, you are much more than just your exam results, which is why we treat every application individually.
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An environment that provides such rich settings for study, work and play, our location is hard to beat for outstanding natural beauty.
Interdisciplinary Strategic Institutes
Our diverse research spans three Strategic Institutes. Collaborative endeavour in rich, natural environments drives solutions to global challenges.
Marine, maritime, education and innovation expertise integrates to train scientists, engineers, policymakers, artists, technicians and business.
Plymouth Institute of Health and Care Research
Transformations in life course, ageing, methodologies, e-health, technology and interventions in health, social care, lifestyle, health and wellbeing.
Sustainable Earth Institute
Science, engineering, arts, humanities, health and business, with community, businesses and individuals, innovate to build resilience for our planet.
New and returning students September 2020
Whether you’re starting an exciting new chapter or returning back to campus during this time of change, our priority is to ensure that you can enjoy a safe and successful student experience.
Showcasing our thriving marine sector
Performance: The Making of Forests
In this film Eden's Cave Company discuss the making of Forests, performed in February this year at The House.
Digital technology in outpatient mental health – how is it working, how could it work, and for who?
EPIC Ask Cornwall online workshop
South West Clinical Schools Annual Research Symposium 2020
Research and Practice – The New Normal
Cyber Security Awareness course for seafarers (MCA)
Discover more about our cyber security awareness course for seafarers
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Voyage to highlight the possibilities of autonomous ocean science
The University is conducting research into marine mammals, marine plastics and ocean chemistry as part of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship project
The aim is to highlight the future potential of autonomous ocean science as part of a pioneering voyage commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower.
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