Our campus maps

City centre campus 

Marine Station is also located within walking distance of campus.

North Plymouth 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 University of St Mark & St John (Marjon) campus. It’s where you’ll study if you’re on the Dietetic, Occupational Therapy, Operating Department Practice, Physiotherapy or Podiatry course. 
Facilities for Medicine and Dentistry are adjacent to Derriford Hospital at the Plymouth Science Park. Please note that there is limited visitor parking available on the Plymouth Science Park site. Please ensure you discuss parking arrangements prior to your visit. The site is permit parking only and penalty charges will be incurred if no parking arrangements have been made in advance. 


Access guides for the campus and buildings are available from AccessAble.

Virtual tour of our campus and 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 explore our facilities

Check out our comprehensive range of useful services available to you and spot areas of interest in Plymouth.

Discover our virtual tour

<p>Virtual Tour</p>

Beyond Plymouth

You’ll find our teaching and support facilities in a variety of locations right across the region.

Faculty of Health
The University is the largest provider of professional health education and training in the South West. Our main study sites are in Plymouth and Truro, with certain courses taught elsewhere on the peninsula with facilities available for our students. NHS practice placements can be anywhere in the South West region. 

Truro: The Knowledge Spa
We run our health courses in Truro from the Knowledge Spa at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, where you’ll share first-class facilities with students from the Faculty of Health. 

The £14m facility was developed in partnership with the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry and the NHS, and opened in 2004 by HRH The Prince of Wales. A multi-million pound extension is home to the Peninsula Dental School. 

The Dental Education Facility in Cornwall represents a capital investment of over £11.6m (funded through the Department of Health, the Strategic Health Authority, the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the ERDF Convergence Programme, the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry and the National Dental Workforce Unit) – of which more than £4.7m of ERDF Convergence investment was approved for the extension and forward-looking research facilities. 
Camborne: Cornwall College
Cornwall College Camborne is the Cornish base for BA (Hons) Social Work. The College has enjoyed a remarkable £18m investment in new facilities in recent years. Our Social Work staff are based in the Penhaligon building, close to the £5m Learning Centre with its fully stocked academic library and 300 networked PCs.

Campus developments

We’re proud of these key developments that build on our standing as a first choice university – from new campus accommodation and a unique waterfront diving centre to a £7m performing arts building and unrivalled wave tank testing facilities.

Buildings with benefits that reach far beyond the University

Keep up with the progress
The Marine Building

The Marine Building

Meet the Residence Life team

We have worked hard to develop a residence life experience in our halls which we believe is of the highest quality and also unique in terms of support, engagement and year-round, fun activities we provide for you.

Learn more about who we are and what we do
<p>Some of our Resident Assistants&nbsp;</p>

Visit us at an open day

From small beginnings as a School of Navigation in 1862, we’ve grown into a leading university with big ideas and a reputation for excellence.

Come and see what you think on an open day.

Open days and offer holder days
Campus tours at open day