Author Archive for Kelly Smith

At the Faculty of Business we want to provide you with an outstanding experience in teaching, research and enterprise. Our teaching approach is research led and designed to equip you with discipline specific and transferable skills. With an ethos that reflects the University's values, we'll help increase your employability readiness so you're fully prepared to secure a graduate career and join our thriving alumni community. We pride ourselves on high impact research that serves and informs the academic, business and public communities, making us one of the top 30 UK universities for social sciences (2014 CWTS Leiden Ranking)). In the Faculty of Business we collaborate to compete at an international level, meeting the University's mission for advancing knowledge and transforming lives. Our local and regional enterprise partnerships, like our affiliation with the Growth, Acceleration and Investment Network (GAIN), provide us with the capacity to make a highly visible difference for our students, local businesses and communities, and provides us with a platform for our international ambitions.

Nationwide Enactus competition 2017

On 10th April, Enactus Plymouth participated in the nationwide Enactus competition. Here, various Enactus affiliated universities showcased their social enterprise projects and specifically the impact these projects had achieved. Representing Britain’s Ocean City, we successfully reached the Quarter-Finals of the…

Law Ball Elfordleigh Hotel Plympton

On the 21st April the University of Plymouth Law Society held their Chicago Themed Law Ball. Megan Fellows, Rebecca Carter, Emma Winnicott, Laura Kowalska, Ligita Zazite, Mel Sevieri, Samuel Lewis and Stacey Johnson are all current 2nd year events management students…

2017 University FLUX

On Wednesday we ran the 2017 University FLUX Final, which saw 3 teams from the Faculty of Science & Engineering and 3 teams from the Faculty of Business compete to become the 2017 Plymouth University FLUX Champions. As you may…