Graduation ceremonies

Sadly we have taken the difficult decision to postpone all 2020 Plymouth graduation ceremonies.

We appreciate that this will be disappointing news, but we will still be able to make awards for finalists who are expecting to complete their studies this year.

We are considering options for rearranging the ceremonies in early 2021 and will engage with students on these options to ensure we make the best decisions. We will certainly seek to ensure appropriate and happy celebrations.

Virtual graduation for Peninsula Medical School

The next generation of doctors from the University of Plymouth’s Peninsula Medical School celebrated the start of a new chapter, as they graduated early to support the NHS in its hour of need.

Most of the School’s 78 final-year medics took part in the virtual ceremony, with family and friends able to watch live, or catch up afterwards, on a private YouTube feed.

The interactive virtual graduation was made possible by First Sight Media, a live streaming and video production company who donated their services for free to ensure the students were able to celebrate their graduation and begin their work supporting frontline NHS staff. 

First things first

Find out your ceremony date and time, how to hire your gown and book your tickets plus important information about eligibility and data protection.

Useful information

Advice for our international students, information about official photography and video, your handy step by guide plus how to get to the venue.

Our graduates

Graduating from Plymouth means you're now part of a thriving alumni community making a difference across the world. We're incredibly proud of you and hope you feel the same way about us.

Your lifelong connection with us offers you many benefits, including careers support for three years after graduation and a host of alumni events around the world to help you to network and stay in touch with your old university friends.

Join the alumni community today to access a host of free benefits and services after you graduate.