International Plymouth: study with us

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates

Advice for international students about the impact of coronavirus on university study.

Frequently asked questions

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, these pages will help you to find out what Plymouth has to offer and how you can become a part of our vibrant international community of students and staff.

Essential application information

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Entry requirements

Looking for application information that's specific to your country?

Our country guides contain all of the information you need to apply to study a degree course with us — including country-specific entry requirements, contact details for our representatives in your country, and details of upcoming visits.

Visit our country guides

3.The library is located in the centre of campus and is open 24/7. There’s seating right outside, where you can get some sun between study sessions.

English language requirements

To be accepted onto a degree course with us, you must have a suitable English language qualification. Our 'English language requirements' page provides information on the qualifications that we accept.
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International scholarships

To reward outstanding achievement the University of Plymouth offers scholarship schemes to help towards funding your studies. You could get up to 50% off your tuition fees in your first year.

Find out more about the scholarships available

Support and advice for international students

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