If you'll be arriving outside the University's main arrival periods (September and January) you'll find some useful information on arriving in the UK and Plymouth.
The International Student Orientation Programme is 26 January 2018
Please see our 2018 International Student Orientation Programme for more details.
Is the programme compulsory?
We strongly recommend that you join the programme to give you the best start possible to your experience in Plymouth and, most importantly, for your academic success.
Not attending will put you at a disadvantage from the start!
Are you arriving outside the main arrival periods (September and January) or did you miss the organised orientation? Take a look at our short student services clips to give you an idea about the support you can expect.
Visit the International Student Advice in the Roland Levinsky Building if you need advice on any aspect of your arrival and orientation at Plymouth University.
Anne Bentley, student counselling Team Leader, talks about the counselling support available to you.
University police liaison
Sarah Pengelly, Police Liaison Officer, talks about the police liaison support available to you.
English language support
Patrick McMahon, English language Lecturer, talks about the English language support available.
Anna Want, UKBA Compliance Manager, talks about the visa support available to you.