University of Plymouth Background
The University of Plymouth is a recognized university situated in Plymouth, England and it was established in the nineteenth century as the school of navigation and it was granted university status later. The university is the 38th largest in the United Kingdom by the number of students.
University of Plymouth Programs and Courses
The University of Plymouth has five faculties, which are Arts and Humanities, Business, Health and Human Sciences, Medicine and Dentistry and Science and Engineering.
University of Plymouth Campuses
The university has campuses and affiliated colleges across South West England. When university status was achieved, the university was based in several locations. Under Vice-Chancellor Levinsky the university started a policy of consolidating its campus activities in Plymouth.
The University of Plymouth Achievements and USP
A wide variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programs are taught at the main city campus in Plymouth. The university ranks well in various mainstream and key subject areas. The university also started a new Business School bringing together complementary subjects in a new combined faculty of Science and Engineering and creating the largest Marine Science and Engineering School in Europe.
University of Plymouth Notable Alumni
Alumni include the world's youngest single-handed cross-Atlantic sailor Seb Clover, historian Philip Payton, BBC wildlife presenter Monty Halls, television presenter Michael Underwood, life peer Judith Wilcox, Baroness Wilcox, (Plymouth Polytechnic), and travel writer and physician Jane Wilson-Howarth.
University of Plymouth Programs
University of Plymouth Application Requirements
University of Plymouth Cost of studies
Undergraduate: GBP 13,400
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
University of Plymouth Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.
University of Plymouth Rankings
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