Events diary

The University runs hundreds of events each year that are open to alumni and guests

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London Alumni Network autumn gathering

21 November 2018; Hanger 58, Runway East, Shoreditch, 58 City Road, London EC1Y 2AL

The sixth London alumni network event is a panel discussion on the topic of ‘How to be Successful in London’. Hear from our panel of entrepreneurs, business leaders and alumni about how they forged successful and innovative careers in London and overcame the  obstacles in their path. Enjoy light refreshments, catch up with your old university friends and make new connections. 

Booking is essential - register now.

Sri Lanka alumni event

Thursday 13 December 2018, 19:00–22:00, Venue: Colombo, to be announced 

University of Plymouth is delighted to invite alumni to join us for the launch of the Sri Lanka alumni network.

During this prestigious event Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Payne will launch the new Sri Lanka alumni network with a speech recognising the importance of the partnership with NSBM and the success of our students. 

Join us for the launch of the alumni network, catch up with your University friends and lecturers over canapés and drinks, network and make new connections. 

Book your place now

F R E Q U E N C I E S 

Arts and humanities MA show

Saturday 1 – Friday 14 December 2018, The Levinsky Gallery

Showcasing the latest works by 2018 postgraduate students,
F R E Q U E N C I E S features a range of contemporary practices, including video, installation, sculpture, performance, photography, book works, objects, texts, critical design, service design and speculative design.

The title of the show has been inspired by the diverse,  transdisciplinary nature of the students’ practice. F R E Q U E N C I E S references the adaptability, elasticity and acceleration they show in negotiating change and innovation: taking charge of the ‘frequency dial’ and embracing progress, understanding how to make it their own. 

Exhibiting students have completed their MA awards in Design; Contemporary Art Practice; Photography and the Land; Photography and the Book; and Photography and Writing.

Admission is free. More information.

Plymouth Research Festival

21–25 January 2019, Plymouth campus 

Our annual Research Festival celebrates the outstanding research carried out by staff at the University in collaboration with colleagues and partners locally, nationally, and internationally. 

A week-long programme showcases how our research is making a difference in economic, environmental, social and cultural terms.

Find out more.

London Alumni Network Spring event 

28 February 2019, Senate House, Malet, Street, London, WC1E 7HU

Join us to hear Research Fellow Imogen Napper talk about her work on the sources and fate of microplastic pollution within the marine environment.

This latest event in our London alumni series is likely to sell out and so early booking is recommended.