Outreach virtual resources

Electronic documents

These electronic documents have been designed to help you and your students decide on their next steps:

A–Z Course Guide
Our A–Z guide gives you a concise overview of the courses and subject areas available at university. The guide is a great tool for initial research about degrees.

Applying to Uni Guide
Hints and tips to help your students apply to university, including information about the UCAS process and student finance.

UCAS and Personal Statement Flyer
Information on the UCAS process, tips for writing personal statements and an introduction to the UCAS website.

Schools and Colleges Engagement Guide
A guide with information about the support we can offer, as well as highlighting the learning opportunities provided by the University’s facilities and partners.

Posters
If you would like to be aware of events and important deadlines with the University of Plymouth, you can download these posters for to display around your school or institution.

Contact us

If you have any questions or queries, or would like a member of our team to present to your class or attend an event you are running, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Email: outreach@plymouth.ac.uk

Faculty resources

We have a range of faculty specific resources available to view and download

Faculty of Health resources

Health Career Guide
Explore the various roles that are available to you including information on what individual professions do, who you’ll work with, what you’ll earn and what you need to do become a specific health professional.

Course Posters available to download:
Have you considered a career in Podiatry?
Nursing - Caring knows no boundaries
Nursing - Measuring vital signs

Application tips

Here is a handy video from Kathryn, a University of Plymouth graduate, with five top tips for your application to university.

  • Do your research – Attend virtual open days and get to know the university and your chosen course.
  • Be thorough – Make sure you nail your personal statement, it’s the best opportunity to advertise how great you are.
  • Take your time – Starting early and spreading out the workload makes its much more manageable.
  • Proof read over and over – It can be a good idea to write your personal statement in Word first, and don’t forget to ask someone to help check it over before you submit
  • Be enthusiastic – Don’t be afraid to show how excited you are for the course!