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The University is planning to welcome more than 6,000 graduates and their guests to campus for Graduation Week which begins today (Monday, 15 July).
The ceremonies will be taking place between Monday, 15 July and Friday, 19 July in the Philharmonic Hall.
During the week, honorary degrees will also be awarded to nine esteemed individuals from the worlds of art, business, health, law and media.
The Graduation Marquee in Abercromby Square will be open every day from 8.30am to 7pm. Admission is free and there will be a well-stocked bar and food market area, with delicious offerings from a variety of independent, local food traders.
Graduates will join the global family of more than 228,000 University of Liverpool alumni. The Alumni team will be on hand in the Sports Centre for graduates to claim a free alumni pin badge. Further details about the benefits of being an alumni are on the Class of 2019 website.
All of the graduation ceremonies will be broadcast live on our website.
To join the conversation on social media, use the hashtags #LivUniGrad #Classof2019
Max Steinberg CBE (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws)
Lord Tony Hall CBE (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws)
Amrit Singh MBE, DFA (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters)
Rabindra Singh MBE, DFA (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters)
Professor Ray Donnelly MBE (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws)
Heidi Thomas (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters)
Stephen McGann (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters)
Sir Stephen Cobb (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws)
Judge Wendy Beetlestone (Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws)
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