The University of St Mark & St John’s history dates back to 1840 with the establishment of St John’s College in Battersea and St Mark’s College in Chelsea in 1841. Both of the colleges merged in 1923 to establish a single institution referred to as the College of St Mark & St John in Chelsea. In 1973, the institution moved to Plymouth and in 1991, they gained affiliation from the University of Exeter. It was then that they received the authority to provide postgraduate and undergraduate degree programs. They officially obtained university status and their current name in 2013.
The campus is situated near the Derriford Hospital and has first-rate amenities and infrastructure. It is packed with green spaces, a pond, laboratories, study areas, accommodation, and more. The campus also has so many athletic and recreational facilities including a sports therapy clinic, gymnasium, personal training room, sports hall, swimming pool, climbing wall, golf simulator, and more. They also have a campus in Cornwall. Their programs cover fields such as journalism, sports, science, criminology, health, management, education, communication, business, and more.
Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run
University of St Mark & St John provides several postgraduate programs. They span topics such as education, psychology, youth and community work, social work, sport, science, psychotherapy, disability, physics, and more. The award classifications their postgraduate courses offer include Master of Art (MA), Master of Science (MSc), Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), and more. Some of these programs allow for part-time and online learning also.
Students looking to study full-time undergraduate courses should apply via the UCAS. It is vital to include the correct institution and course codes, these can be found on the University of St Mark & St John website. Once you have sent your application, the university will be in touch with you to update you on the progress of your application.
Postgraduate applicants can apply to courses at the University of St Mark & St John directly on the website. Simply go to find a course and hit the apply now button. You will then be brought to an online application form which you can fill out. If you are applying for part-time courses, you can make your application in the same way. The university will then review your application and revert back to you.
University of St Mark & St John has seven halls of residence and a student village of 28 houses, all situated on the campus. The halls are nearby to all necessary amenities and all classes. You will receive 24.7 support and IT support. Some of the rooms have en-suite while others do not. If you have not booked an en-suite room, you will have to share a bathroom and shower facility with other students. Kitchens and living areas are also usually shared. Bedrooms contain a bed, mattress, desk and office chair, bedside cabinet, wardrobe, noticeboard, bin, blackout blind, and sometimes, a chest of drawers. To book accommodation here, visit the University of St Mark & St John website.
Scholarships and Financial Support
University of St Mark & St John has a number of scholarships and bursaries to assist students in supporting their studies financially. These include the Sports Performance Scholarship, the Care Lever and Estranged Student Bursaries, Disabled Students’ Allowances, University Hardship Fund, and more. There is also a range of student loans available. For more information, visit the University of St Mark & St John website. Here you will see details on how to apply and the entry criteria for each scholarship and bursary.
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