University of St Mark & St John
University of St Mark & St John (MARJON) was set up nearly 175-years ago in London with the foundation of the constituent colleges of St John’s, Battersea, in 1840 and St Mark’s, Chelsea, in 1841. The two colleges combined moved from London to Plymouth in 1973. MARJON offers a great range of programmes from Foundation Degrees & Progression Courses to Honours Degrees and Postgraduate study. It has also been successfully training teachers since 1840, receiving praise in its Ofsted inspections, including an ‘Outstanding’ for its secondary Management and Quality Assurance.
The results of the 2012 National Student Survey show an overall satisfaction rate for the University of 87%, which exceeds its own benchmark of 84% and is above the national average of 85%. This places MARJON in the top ten of the Guild Higher Education institutions and in the top 40% nationally. MARJON’s continuing improvement in the overall satisfaction category reflects its on-going response to feedback from its students.
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