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Plymouth Sound and Hoe with graduation marquees

See for yourself

Plymouth University sits on the idyllic South Devon coastline at the very centre of the city. One of the largest universities in the region, our growing international reputation is matched by some exciting campus developments.

With excellent national transport links, great shopping and culture, top sporting opportunities, pristine seas and south-coast sunshine, with Plymouth University you can live the lifestyle that only the South West peninsula can offer.

The best way to find out more is to come and visit on an open day. Discover more about what the area’s got to offer, what’s on campus and all the details you need to find us.

Getting here

Plymouth is a port city on the south coast of Devon, in South West England. You’ll find the impressive landscapes of the River Tamar and Cornwall to the west and rugged open spaces of Dartmoor National Park to the north.

Plan your visit with maps and information on travel, journey times and parking.

Getting here

Plymouth culture is...

... vibrant, creative, cosmopolitan, international, historic, inspirational...

The South West

From the city that’s alive with the spirit of discovery to the breathtaking landscapes of the coastline and countryside, the South West is a region that lives up to its reputation as a place to live the lifestyle you want.
Look what’s right on your doorstep…

Turn your visit green

There are lots of ways you can be part of a more sustainable future for the University, and for everyone. We’re here to help make it easier for you to make your visit make a difference.

Helping you go green, whenever you can.

Turn your visit green

Campus developments

We’re proud of these key developments that build on our standing as a first choice university – from new campus accommodation and a unique waterfront diving centre to a £7m performing arts building and unrivalled wave tank testing facilities.

Buildings with benefits that reach far beyond the University.

Keep up with the progress

The Marine Building