University of Plymouth
Plymouth University is the largest university in the South West of England. Established in 1992, it was formerly known by as the School of Navigation when it opened in 1862.
Consistently ranked as one of the leading universities in the UK, and awarded a Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2012, Plymouth has a strong record of excellence, enterprise and innovation across its teaching and research activities. It is ranked 53 out of 100 universities under the age of 50 globally.
Subject Strengths: Environmental Sciences, Robotics and Computer Science, Education, Psychology, Engineering, Architecture, Social Work, Hospitality and Tourism, Sustainability, and Business Studies.
Plymouth is a pretty fishing and port city with a military history. The University of Plymouth's large student population brings a vibrant, younger culture to the city, and there are regular gigs at Plymouth Pavilion and varied options at the city's nightclubs. There are three bars run by the student union on campus.
This is the University's main campus and home to the Faculties of Arts, Health, Education and Society, Plymouth Business School, Science and Technology, and the Peninsula Medical School. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.