Today marks the first of our rescheduled in-person graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 and 2021.
Due to the pandemic, the University had to postpone these ceremonies with students graduating in absentia and participating in virtual ceremonies over the last year.
With restrictions easing, staff from across the University have been working hard behind-the-scenes to organise the rescheduled in-person graduation ceremonies and are delighted that these will take place – subject to government guidelines – on campus, at our new Yoko Ono Lennon Centre, throughout this academic year, from today running till July 2022.
The first ceremonies, taking place today (19 November), are for Class of 2020 graduates from our Schools of Veterinary Science and Health Sciences.
We can’t wait to welcome our graduates and their guests back to campus – congratulations #LivUniGrad