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Congratulations to all our students who graduated from our partner university in China, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) last week. We hope you had a fantastic day and are proud of what you have achieved!
Over 2,900 students received their degrees in ceremonies held between Wednesday 24 – Friday 26 July at XJTLU’s Central Building in Suzhou. Here is a selection of some of the best photos from across the celebrations.
XJTLU Executive President Professor Youmin Xi, addressed the new graduates.
Students collect their well-earned degree from the University.
It was great to see many friends and family celebrating together.
Some great fashion moments were spotted in the crowds!
Speaking at the ceremony, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool, Professor Dame Janet Beer, wished all new graduates the best for the future: “The world into which you are graduating will be increasingly multi-cultural, multi-national and multi-ethnic, and your studies at XJTLU, crowned by today’s award, mean you are well placed to become global citizens. You have benefited from an international curriculum and educational environment that will lead to opportunities in the global marketplace and that is a very enviable position. You have a world of options now open to you and I wish you every success in your next steps.”
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