Plymouth Marjon University is located in Derriford, just a few miles north of Plymouth in beautiful South West England. Plymouth is accessed via the A38 Devon Expressway which links to the motorway network at Exeter (M5).
From the M5, join the M4 to London (approx 4 hours drive) and South Wales, or the M6 to the Midlands and the North. Parking is available on campus. Our nearest airport is at Exeter and there is a good coach link between our two cities.
Cross the Tamar Bridge, carry on along the A38 and exit at Manadon (signposted City Centre & Tavistock A386). At Manadon Roundabout take the second exit (signposted Tavistock A386 and Hospital). Continue to the Derriford roundabout and take the third exit following the signs to the University and the hospital. Take the first left turning into Plymbridge Lane, go past the Sport & Health Centre, and finally take the third right turn into the campus.
Coming from Exeter, take the A38 and exit at Manadon (signposted City Centre & Tavistock A386). At Manadon Roundabout take the second exit (signposted Tavistock A386 and A&E). Continue to the Derriford roundabout and take the third right following the signs to the University. Take the left into Derriford Road and finally the third right on to the campus.
Follow signs for City Centre (A386) to Derriford Hospital. Continue past the Toby pub/restaurant at Roborough then take the new left turning onto Runway Road, signposted to Marjon which takes you alongside the airfield. At the end of the road, turn left and then turn right into the campus.
There are a number of services for those making a journey from or to Cornwall. The main line runs to Penzance from Plymouth with branches out to Newquay, St Ives, Falmouth and Looe.
Frequent rail services link Plymouth and London Paddington, including high-speed services (just over three hours) and an overnight service. To travel to London Waterloo, change at Exeter St David's.
For South Wales, you're likely to change at Bristol Temple Meads and for North Wales at Birmingham New Street. Typical journey times are two hours from Bristol Temple Meads, three and a half hours from Birmingham New Street and five and a half hours from Leeds.