Further useful information about the University of Plymouth
Plymouth: a civic university
Universities are so much more than degree-awarding seats of learning. They are drivers for economic innovation and advancement, catalysts for social change and champions of cultural development.
Our socio-economic impact from the City of Plymouth to a global scalePlymouth: a civic university
University of Plymouth Showcase: Over 150 years of excellence
It is my pleasure to introduce this publication, which captures a snapshot of the many exciting and internationally leading activities that contribute to the University of Plymouth’s continued success and international reputation.
Professor Judith Petts, CBE, Vice-ChancellorShowcase: Over 150 years of excellence (PDF)
Job vacancies and working here
Our people share a determination to push boundaries, think differently and achieve more. As an employee, you’ll play a crucial part in building our impressive reputation in education, innovation and research.Jobs at the University of Plymouth
Sustainability with the University of Plymouth
We're a leading, award winning University for sustainability – establishing ourselves as the sustainable University.Find out more about our sustainable University
If you have the chance to share one message to the whole world, what would it be?
We have been wondering.
This is one of 7 questions answered by a range of thinkers, doers and inspirations from across our community of pioneering students, academic staff and researchers at Plymouth.
Behind every student, inspiring lecturer, and game-changing researcher, is a personal passion. Discover what motivates our #PlymouthPioneers.
Alice Mosley – influencing change for a greener world
Discover our campus by the sea. Discover Plymouth
Experience first-hand what it is like to be on campus and explore the environments and facilities that inspire and shape our learning every day.
Step into one of our campus buildings and picture yourself studying here with us.
As you will no doubt be aware Britain is to leave the European Union.
There is no immediate change for the UK university sector and in particular, programmes such as Horizon 2020 and Erasmus+ will continue as normal.Read more advice for current and prospective students