InterCity Place
A brand new space on our main city-centre campus to train and develop the next generation of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.
The £33 million investment has breathed new life into one of Plymouth’s most iconic buildings and is a key part of the wider regeneration of the city’s railway station and surrounding area. The 11-storey tower block is welcoming students, ready to hone their skills using a range of health technologies and digital innovations.
InterCity Place complements existing clinical facilities and creates an unrivalled location where undergraduate and postgraduate students from a variety of disciplines learn together under one roof. It's also home to the InterCity Plates Cafe, fueling staff and students with a range of breakfast and lunch options.

Study here

For around 40 years, we have been at the pinnacle of quality health education in the South West with nationally regarded programmes in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, paramedicine, dietetics, optometry, and social work. InterCity Place builds on that, but is also the start of a new chapter for our school with its cutting-edge skills development laboratories. It will enable us to continue embracing new opportunities and collaborations, and lead, innovate, inspire, and shape the healthcare landscape while paving the way for even greater successes.

Sally AbeySally Abey
Head of School of Health Professions


Offering the best in healthcare education and training

Intercity place

An investment in our campus and city

InterCity Place is an integral part of a 10-year masterplan that will revitalise our campus and its surrounding area. The development is also a key aspect of the regeneration of Plymouth Railway Station, which will improve the welcome for visitors and commuters arriving in Britain’s Ocean City.
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First choice for health

The University offers the largest range of healthcare study options in the South West. Your learning experience will be enhanced by our state-of-the-art clinical facilities, joined-up working and placement opportunities across the region.