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    Registration for the 2020 Summer Graduation ceremonies will open on Friday 3rd April at 11am.  Further details will be posted here nearer the time with full instructions of how to register and book yours and your guest tickets.

    • Registration FAQs

      • How will I know if I have registered?

        A confirmation email will be sent to the email address that you provide in the online registration with details of your order.  Please make sure this has details of a student ticket. If you do not receive an email you must contact us immediately.

      • Is there a payment to attend?

        There is no payment for graduates to attend their ceremony however you must register and book your own ticket, even if you do not intend to bring any guests with you. A fee is payable for guests at the time of registration so please have a debit/credit card ready.

      • Tickets

        Students can purchase up to a maximum of two guest tickets in the first instance provided this is done by the deadline of 4pm on 22nd June. When you register to attend graduation you must enter how many tickets you require, including your own, and not assume that tickets will be automatically allocated.  Students can only book their two tickets up to the deadline date - after this we presume that you no longer need any tickets and these are released for other students to purchase.

      • Do you or your guests:
        • Require a Visa to enter the UK for the graduation ceremonies? We can assist you with a letter to support a visa application.
        • Have a disability or special request that we need to know about? Find out about our disability/special request arrangements so we know how to assist you on the day.
      • I can't register

        If you can't register please contact us so we can see what the problem is. It may be that you are not due to graduate this year, you have an outstanding debt to the university which must be cleared before you can register or you are using the incorrect student number.

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