Smiling student at alumni event
Our events and reunions offer you the opportunity to re-connect with your University friends and make new connections. Whether you live locally or overseas, you can keep in touch with developments at Plymouth by coming along to an alumni event. 
The University also runs hundreds of events each year which alumni are welcome to attend, from showcasing our world-leading research to a wide-ranging public arts programme. 

London alumni event

AI, music and creativity – what’s next?

Keynote speaker Professor Eduardo Miranda
With AI frequently dominating the headlines, the question of whether it will replace artists is a contentious issue. Professor Eduardo Miranda will give an exclusive talk on how AI is influencing the creative industries, and what might happen next.
Date: Wednesday 17 April 2024
Time: 18:30–20:00
Venue: Runway East, Borough Market
Tickets: £5 (includes a welcome drink) 
Graphic: Art, music and creativity - what's next? Professor Eduardo Miranda

Coming back to Plymouth

Many of our students have organised reunions and come back to visit campus to reminisce about their time here.

Alumni Campus Tours

We are always delighted to welcome alumni back to Plymouth, and although some groups have organised their own reunions we are aware that some of you would like to visit in a more informal way. 
If you would like a guided tour and a chance to network with other alumni over a coffee, you can now book onto one of our exclusive alumni campus tours. Whether you’re looking to visit as a group or as an individual, you’ll be very welcome back on campus! 
Book your place
Sam Davis leading an alumni campus tour, stood outside Sherwell Centre with a group of alumni

Thinking about arranging a reunion event?

We can help you get in contact with specific graduates or support the promotion of your event to a particular cohort. We can also provide a campus tour on the day.
To help us understand how best we can help we first need some key information so please complete our simple reunions form to get the ball rolling.

We all really enjoyed the reunion, and it was fascinating to see the growth there has been in the last 40 years. It was great to spend the weekend reminiscing and visiting the sites of old haunts.

I would recommend a reunion. Getting back together renews the friendships and gives a wider perspective of what everyone has done since – people have been all over the world.