Study at a top 5 UK modern university
Vibrant ocean-city campus location
£300 million recent investment in first-class facilities
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The library is open 24/7 and provides access to approximately 500,000 books and multimedia items, 14,000 current journal subscriptions, and a variety of different study environments, including open-access computing available all year round.
Our Students’ Union facilitates student representation at all levels, hosts the sports clubs and societies, manages campus sport facilities, and provides volunteering opportunities, independent advice, entertainment, and catering as well as bars and nightclubs.
The House is a state of the art performing arts centre located in the city's central quarter, adjacent to the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery. The House is a 200 seat flexible studio theatre, built to the very highest technical and sustainable specification. Its facilities are world class and it is fast attracting some of the best national and international artists.
The Marine Station is a landmark £4.65 million development which serves as the base for our marine expeditionary work. It's an exceptional teaching and research facility that’s located on the shores of Plymouth Sound – part of our ‘Waterfront Campus’, with classrooms extending out into the natural environment.
This award-winning building houses the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Peninsula Arts – the University’s arts and culture organisation. It is complete with lecture theatres, a cinema, specialist art and design studios, a public art gallery, a 255-seat theatre for performances, and a café providing views over the city.
The University took over the lease for the gardens and reservoir from Plymouth City Council in 2007, investing £300,000 to make the gardens more attractive and secure. We opened the restoration to the public in June 2014, bringing the gardens back to their former glory.