June 23, 2020
Plymouth Marjon University announces a return to campus in September 2020
Plymouth Marjon University has confirmed its plans to return to teaching on campus at the usual time this September 2020.
Once the Coronavirus Pandemic took hold, UK universities swapped to online teaching as the country went into lockdown, however Plymouth Marjon University has now announced that students will be able to return to campus in the new academic year by using a combination of face-to-face and online teaching.
The Vice-Chancellor of Plymouth Marjon University, Professor Rob Warner, explains, “We are excited by the opportunities this brings us, in terms of innovating the way we teach and learn. How this works will vary by course, and we’ll share more details as we finalise them.”
Professor Warner continues, “We pride ourselves on small group work, and on the broader support we offer to each student. We see each of you as an individual, and we have always responded to your individual strengths and needs. None of this will change.”
Plymouth Marjon University is expecting to be able to continue with face-to-face teaching for smaller seminar groups, and where lectures and classes have to be held online, lecturers and student support teams from the university will be available for individual support.
The Vice-Chancellor adds, “I am really looking forward to welcoming all students to Marjon and seeing the campus full of life again. Life will be different, but we are committed to offering you a fantastic student experience, both academically and socially. We’re also committed to your experience being both safe and fun, and we will work closely with the Student Union to create a rich and varied social life for our students, making the most of our fabulous campus.”
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Content added on 23rd June 2020.
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