Welcome to graduation
The timetable for July will be available from the end of January.
For more detailed information on the booking process, including downloadable screenshots to help guide you through the process, please see More information on booking.
Booking will open at 10am on 8 March and will close at 11.55pm on 25 April and it is not possible to book at any other time. If you miss the deadline to book, your place and that of your guests can no longer be guaranteed and applications to attend will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on what space is available.
To book your place, log into your My Details account and open your ceremony intray message.
For more detailed information on guest tickets, including the types of ID required and how to obtain further guest tickets, please see guest tickets.
You may apply for up to two guests tickets in the graduation ceremony venue when you book your place. Guest tickets are free of charge but are only guaranteed if ordered before 11.55pm on 25 April 2017. All tickets are collected on the day and nothing will be posted out to you.
The opportunity for additional guests to watch the ceremonies will be available via a live video stream to both a lecture theatre on campus and your own computer. Please see the link above for more details.
If you are asked to provide names of guests, please note that doing so does not reserve you guest tickets - you must order them either when you book your place or via the online store when they become available.
For the on the day schedule, please click here, when the link is available.
For a description of what happens at the ceremonies, please see At the Ceremony
In order to cross the stage, it is necessary to wear academic gown. This is hired directly from William Northam. Please see gown hire for full details.
A range of photography packages will be available to purchase on the day by Tempest Photography. Please see photography for further details.
You may attend a photography session either before or after your ceremony, at whatever time is convenient to you.
The ceremonies will take place from Monday 10 to Friday 21 July 2017. Click on the links on the left of the screen for everything you need to know about the ceremonies. Key information can also be accessed via the tabs above.
To access the ceremony timetable, please see the link above.
The booking process will open on 8 March 2017 and you must book your place and order your guest tickets before 25 April 2017.
For your registration times on the day, please see arrival times.
|8 March||Invitations issued via your 'My Details' account|
Deadline for booking your place and ordering guest tickets
Live link tickets released
Deadline for ordering your gown
Ceremonies will be streamed live and can be viewed from any computer or mobile device either at home, overseas or on campus. Guests without venue tickets are welcome to accompany graduates onto campus and we will have a variety of cafes and seating areas where they can sit and watch from their own mobile device.
To watch the ceremony currently taking place in St Paul's Hall, please click on Watch Live. The screen will be blank until the ceremony begins.
Ceremonies begin at 9.45am, 11.45am, 1.45pm and 3.45pm.
The November 2017 ceremonies take place between the 13-16 November 2017. Click on the tabs above for information on how to book your place, gown and photography.
The timetable will be published in mid-August 2017.
The booking process will open on 20 September 2017 and you must book your place and order your guest tickets before 10 October 2017.
The provisional dates of the future graduation ceremonies are:
Monday 9 - Friday 20 July 2018
Monday 12 - Thursday 15 November 2018
However, please note that it is still possible for these dates to change. Full timetables are published in January (for the July ceremonies) and August (for the November ceremonies) each year.
We welcome your feedback and issue all attending students with an online survey in the weeks following the ceremonies. Your comments will be used to review our arrangements and help implement improvements to subsequent ceremonies.