Santander UK Universities Drop In
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Santander UK Universities Drop In. Supporting students and graduates with their business growth. University of Plymouth, various dates.
Cutting-edge design for visually impaired people puts graduate through to 2019 Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards semi-finals
An alumni business trying to make life easier for visually impaired people has been chosen as a semi-finalist in a national competition.
Staff and students scholarships success
Plymouth University news: staff and students scholarships success.
More students to benefit as Santander Universities partnership renewed
The University’s relationship with Santander has been renewed at an event attended by senior staff from both organisations.
Artists attend launch of Plymouth Contemporary Open 2015
Plymouth University news: Striking works by artists from across the UK and Europe have gone on show to the public as part of the first Plymouth Contemporary Open, held at Plymouth University
Santander Scholarship Winner – Rachel Hingston
University of Plymouth – Santander Scholarship Award: Rachel Hingston
Scholarship winners celebrated at ceremony
Plymouth University news: The University has presented its scholarships and awards to dozens of students looking to make a difference.
Formation Zone supports Plymouth graduates to national award success
Bird Sunglasses, which is run by four brothers including two Plymouth graduates, achieved second place in the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards
Could particles and pianos combine to provide greater understanding of the laws of physics?
Data generated by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland are to be transformed into music through a ground-breaking project involving researchers at the University of Plymouth, the MIT Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Postgraduate student hails 'inspirational' leadership course
Plymouth University news: postgraduate student Chris Brown details how a leadership course run by Explorer-in-Residence Antony Jinman inspired him to undertake his career as a teacher