Postgraduate Students

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Royal William YardWelcome to Plymouth Marjon University. We hope these web pages provide you with some useful starting points.

This specific section also provides Postgraduates with important information about the University as well as details about welcome events and key contacts in the University. 

Students will be able to enrol on-line here – www.marjon.ac.uk/onlinereg from Tuesday, 8th August.

Welcome/Induction events are being arranged for standard Masters programmes for early evening on Monday 2 October & Monday 9 October (for new students) and on Tuesday 3 October (for returners). Students will receive information individually about this.

What to Expect

Students studying on a taught Masters’ programme can expect access to: a highly experienced University Tutor who will support and supervise students through their studies; the University’s on-line digital library and learning resources; a series of on-campus workshops aimed at supporting students through the research phase; high-quality learning facilities; timely, detailed and marked-up formative feedback from University Tutors on their research projects and dissertations; access to an alumni community to share best practice; practice-based tutorials where appropriate; information, advice, guidance and support with preparing for career development. MA Ed, MA Social Policy and MA Youth & Community Work students also have access to a series of Saturday workshops throughout the year.

Our MA Professional Studies is a project based programme supported by an academic tutorial system. Students negotiate a schedule of tutorials appropriate to their needs and the University organises two half day research methods workshops/year. Students also have access to Faculty based seminars and a range of academic skills support (including use of library and ICT resources).