Study at the University of Plymouth
The University of Plymouth has a strong record of excellence, enterprise and innovation across its teaching and research activities. It was awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2019/20. Distinguished by its long-term engagement with business and the community, the university enjoys outstanding links with employers and plays a key role in civic and regional leadership. The university has around 30,000 students, including those studying higher education at its partner colleges throughout the south-west. It enjoys a high rate of graduate employment and has recently invested more than £150 million in its estate and facilities to enhance the student experience and support world-class research.
The university has embedded sustainability across its operations. It was the first modern university to found a medical and dental school – the University of Plymouth Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry – and is the leading provider of higher education in Cornwall.
- Established: 1992
- Students: 17,481 (2021)
- Intl. Student Ratio: 15%
- Location: Plymouth, Devon
- Campus: One
- TEF Ranking: Silver
- THE Ranking: 49th in the UK (401 -500 in the World)