Refugee Week: University of Plymouth Open Day
  • Sherwell Centre, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA and Sherwell United Church, North Hill, Plymouth PL4 8ER

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As part of Plymouth Refugee Week 2022, the University will be hosting an open day on campus with the Diversity Business Incubator (DBI) and Students Action for Refugees (STAR)
You are invited to join us for a series of talks and drop-in sessions on studying, careers, employability and business start-ups. Browse an exhibition of research and enjoy an international food event from 12:30 and 14:30 coordinated by students.
For more information please contact lawclinic@plymouth.co.uk
Please note: this event is not a part of the Undergraduate Open Day.
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Refugee Week

Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. Through a programme of arts, cultural, sports and educational events alongside media and creative campaigns, Refugee Week enables people from different backgrounds to connect beyond labels, as well as encouraging understanding of why people are displaced, and the challenges they face when seeking safety. 
  • The theme of Refugee Week 2022 is Healing.
HOW WE'RE CELEBRATING IN PLYMOUTH
This year we have a packed schedule of engaging events, open days and activities, hosted by a network of communities across the city. Kicking off the festivities as usual will be the Plymouth Hope Festival – where sports, dance, fashion and food from around the world attract thousands of visitors every year.
Our events run from 18–24 June 2022.

<p>Hands illustration for Refugee Week</p>
 
 

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are constantly monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact. The University remains open with a safety-first approach to ensure our campuses are ‘covid-secure’ for our staff, students, local community and visitors, in accordance with government guidance.

University advice and guidance on COVID-19


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