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.
Coronavirus update for our University alumni
A message to our alumni from Vice-Chancellor Professor Judith Petts CBE.
Join Plymouth Connect, our exclusive online alumni community
Visit the University of Plymouth app for all of the latest alumni news and events. The app is easy to use and available from the iOS and Android App Stores, just search the app store for Mobile with the University of Plymouth and select the Alumni profile!
Graduate Outcomes survey for recent graduates
Graduate Outcomes (GO) is a survey to find out what recent graduates go on to do after they have graduated.
The survey is important because your opinions will help current and future students gain an insight into career destinations and development and the University to shape our programmes for students who are following in your footsteps.
Please keep your details up to date and respond if HESA contacts you to complete the survey.
Join our exclusive online platform for graduates!
Plymouth Connect is an exciting exclusive way to stay connected to your fellow Plymouth graduates around the world:
- share your career expertise and knowledge
- access support to develop your career
- connect with your old Uni friends and lecturers
search for graduates around the world
New Santander Graduate Internships launched!
Have you recently graduated? Could an internship help to develop your skills and work experience?
Our new Graduate Internships, funded by Santander Universities, could help to you to gain valuable work experience and hone the skills that employers are looking for. If you graduated in the last two years or are currently in your final year of study, you may be eligible for Santander Graduate Internship funding to develop your career.
Our magazine for alumni, supporters and friends of the University of Plymouth, both present and future.
Through a lens of current affairs, thought leadership and exclusive interviews, Invenite throws the spotlight on all that is special about this University and its people.
Issue 3 looks includes interviews with University honorary fellow Mark Ormrod, molecular microbiology lecturer Dr Tina Joshi and Dame Darcey Bussell. It also looks into the future of the NHS, discusses what is being done to protect marine biodiversity in post-Brexit Britain and hears from Dr Rupert Jones with his lung rehabilitation project.
Press office news
- Fulfilling the ambition of a lifetime 6 March 2020
- University graduate joins Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre 13 February 2020
- Reverse-engineered computer model provides insights into larval behaviour 20 May 2019
- Ocean acidification ‘could have consequences for millions’ 26 April 2019
- Scientists reveal the truth about a 'true frog' 11 April 2019
Find out about how we collect and manage records about our alumni so
that we can stay in touch with you.
Whether you have a question about our alumni programme or just want to let us know what you've been up to, we'd love to hear from you.
Alumni Engagement Team, University of Plymouth, Hepworth House, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA