Virtual tour of Plymouth

Welcome to our city – we know you'll enjoy the view.

Our new virtual tour allows you to 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.

Check out our comprehensive range of useful services available to you and spot areas of interest you will want to visit in your free time again and again.

Discover our campus by the sea. Discover Plymouth.

<p>Roland Levinsky Building interior</p>
<p>Peninsula Arts gallery show</p>
<p>Student in gallery</p>
<p>Exterior of the House building</p>

Points of interest

Main campus

Our main campus is home to the Faculties of Arts and Humanities, Health and Human Sciences, Plymouth Business School, Science and Engineering, and the University of Plymouth's Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, as well as the University of Plymouth Students’ Union.

It also contains the University accommodation halls on campus – with further halls within walking distance.

Marine Station and MAST House are also located within walking distance of campus.

Explore University buildings, services and accommodation on our Google campus map

North campus

Four miles north of the main campus and close to Derriford Hospital, you’ll find the purpose-built, multi-million pound Peninsula Allied Health Centre based on the Plymouth Marjon University campus. 

It’s used by the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences and is where you’ll study if you’re on the dietetic, occupational therapy, operating department practice, physiotherapy or podiatry courses. Facilities for the University of Plymouth's Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry are adjacent to Derriford Hospital at the Plymouth Science Park. 

Discover more of the north campus by viewing our Google campus map

Please note that the Student Services Hub, formerly the Learning Gateway, has now relocated from the Roland Levinsky Building to the ground floor of the Nancy Astor Building.

<p>Local beach scene</p>
<p>Plymouth Hoe from the sky</p>