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The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall hosted all of University of Liverpool’s graduation ceremonies. Here we see Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience, Professor Kelvin Everest address a packed audience of School of Life Sciences and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine graduands, their families and friends
Ryan Jones and partner, Li Yin Lim both celebrated achieving Masters from the School of Architecture. Their end of year project looked at the creation of a hotel on the moon
A Pimms bar, food tents and souvenir stalls did brisk trade in the sunshine, with guests and graduates snapping up the seating out side the Guild of Students’ temporary home on Abercromby Square
Inside the marquee on Abercromby Square, Prosecco flowed and canapes were shared as families and friends watched live ceremonies on the big screen
The week was bathed in sunshine and Abercromby Square provided the perfect place to soak up the atmosphere
School of Medicine graduate, Barry Mullan celebrated with his parents, Martin and Pamela Mullan, as well as bride to be, Maura McLaughlan. It’s a busy week for the pair – they get married on Saturday
Well done to all our graduates!
Don’t Quote Me – Larry Barnes, mace-bearer
Mini graduates celebrate at Children’s Centre
GALLERY – Getting ready for Graduation Week
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