You’re always part of the Plymouth family.

Your continued connection with us offers you many benefits. Whatever journey you’ve been on since graduation update your details so you don't miss out on alumni events, support and news.

Congratulations to our new graduates

Are you graduating this year? This next chapter is a hugely exciting time. Make sure you update your details to ensure you get the full list of benefits available to you as part of our global alumni community.
Stay connected with the alumni community 

Graduate Outcomes survey 

Approximately 15 months after you complete your studies you will be contacted to take part in the Graduate Outcomes (GO) survey. You’ll be asked what you’re doing and how your study with us helped you to get to where you are. 
Your answers help to create a national picture of graduate success; to build the reputation of your university; and to shape the future of your programme.
Please keep your contact details up to date so that the survey will reach you and please take the time to respond when it arrives.

Invenite magazine 

Our latest issue features an interview with Professor Sir Chris Whitty, who received an Honorary Doctorate of Medicine from the University in recognition of his support for its research community.  It includes interviews with both current students and alumni, as well as looking at developments on campus - our new low-carbon cob building - and within the city of Plymouth - the historic Market Hall in Devonport.
<p>Professor Sir Chris Whitty Chief Medical Officer for England. Graduation on Plymouth Hoe. Black and white image.&nbsp;</p>