University of Plymouth

University Colleges and Facilities
(Plymouth, Devon, England)

The University of Plymouth is composed of eight faculties known to provide comprehensive and high-quality education.

Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts is composed of four schools which are the School of Architecture and Design; Art and Performance; Humanities; and Media and Photography. It is currently developing a new building which will contain state-of-the-art facilities.

Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education is currently located in Exmouth, one of the most breathtaking rural areas in England. In August 2008, the Faculty will be relocated to the main campus in the city of Plymouth. It is composed of two schools which are the School of Undergraduate and Initial Teacher Education, and the School of Continuing Professional Development.

Faculty of Health and Social Work

The Faculty of Health and Social Work is composed of three schools including the School of Health Professions; Nursing and Community Studies; and Applied Psychosocial Studies. The faculty is considered the largest institute for nursing, midwifery, and health professions in southwestern England and has four other campuses located in Exeter, Taunton and Truro.

Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science has three schools: the School of Biological Sciences; Earth, Ocean and Environmental Sciences; and Psychology. The faculty has received a Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) rating of five. It also houses the Centre for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience, a well known research institute in England.

Faculty of Social Sciences and Business

The Faculty of Social Science and Business offers a wide range of academic programmes and is home to three of the four centres of excellence of the university. It is also home to the Plymouth Business School, the School of Geography, and Law and Social Science.

Faculty of Technology

The Faculty of Technology is composed of the School of Engineering, Computing, Communications and Electronics, and Mathematics and Statistics. It has an estimate of 2,500 students and offers a number of unique courses such as Diving and Underwater Technology.

Peninsula Medical School

Peninsula Medical School is composed of the Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Science, Health and Social Care, and Clinical Education. It is run by a partnership between the University of Plymouth, the University of Exeter and the National Health Service (NHS).

University of Plymouth Colleges

The University of Plymouth also owns a number of colleges, each designated with communities in which to promote attainment of economic progress through high-quality education.

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