We are International Plymouth

Virtual tour

Discover the University of Plymouth campus and explore our beautiful city with our virtual tour!

Our new virtual tour lets you experience our campus and city first-hand — and gives you the opportunity to explore the environments and facilities that inspire and shape our learning every day.

Discover our virtual tour

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Study with us

Play your part in our thriving international community of 3,000 students from over 100 countries.

Whether you are looking to study a full undergraduate or postgraduate degree, take part in a summer school, study as part of an exchange, or extend your academic studies with a research degree, Plymouth offers an international university experience like no other.

From applying, to settling in, during your studies, and after graduation, you'll be supported every step of the way.

Discover why you should choose Plymouth

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics - International Postgraduate Open Day

The School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics invites you to attend our International Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 30 April 2021.

This virtual event will be a great opportunity to speak to programme managers and gain in depth information on the postgraduate courses we offer.

Find out more about our International Postgraduate Open Day

Pathways for international students

University of Plymouth International College (UPIC) delivers high-quality foundation, first year and pre-masters programmes that lead to University of Plymouth degrees. The College is part of Navitas, a leading global education provider, and based at our city centre campus.

University of Plymouth International College (UPIC)

Develop your academic English language skills

We offer a range of courses to help you develop your academic English language skills – both before (pre-sessional courses) and during (term-time workshops) your studies.

English Language Centre

EU referendum

As you will no doubt be aware Britain has left 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