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Graduation at NTU this summer

Graduations are one of the highlights of the academic year but, due to the ongoing restrictions due to the global pandemic, regrettably we have taken the decision to rearrange our summer graduation ceremonies for later in 2020.

Newton & Arkwright Building on City campus
Arkwright
Arkwright and Newton building

Graduation ceremonies are the highlight of our University year. They are an important moment to celebrate the success and achievements of our students.

I know how important these celebrations are for you to share and celebrate your achievements with family and friends. I would like to reassure you that you will still be given the chance to attend a graduation ceremony and my colleagues are working hard to reschedule these for later in the year, and we look forward to celebrating with you at that time.

We can’t confirm new dates for these ceremonies at this time but will work within the Government guidelines for travel and social distancing. As we have our own University Hall, where these ceremonies take precedence over any other event, we can schedule these rapidly when the time is right. We will communicate this information to you as soon as it is possible therefore it is important that your contact details are up to date. Please check or update your details.

Once the postponed ceremonies are rescheduled, we will send you another Graduation Registration email, inviting you to complete registration for your new ceremony date.

Whilst your ceremony is being postponed, your degrees will still be conferred in July as normal. The full details of how you will receive your certificate will be communicated to you through our FAQ pages in the coming weeks.

Further information and contact details regarding your graduation can be found in our FAQs. These will be updated regularly over the next few weeks as decisions are made regarding the conferment of your award.

Can I wish all of our students best wishes and good luck in your upcoming studies and assessment.

Professor Edward Peck
Vice-Chancellor

Published on 16 April 2020
  • Category: Current students