On completion of your studies, your degree is conferred on you in person or in absentia at a Congregation, or graduation ceremony. Degree Congregations take place in the historic Senate House, where members of the University have graduated since the Eighteenth Century.
On the morning of graduation, graduands assemble in Wolfson College from 9am for the all-important dress check and rehearsal, followed by a celebratory reception with their guests. Graduands are then led in procession to the Senate House from Wolfson by our Praelector, David Goode.
The programme for graduation with detailed timings will be sent out on the Monday prior to the graduation day, as this information is only available once the final number of students graduating across the University is known.
For more information please visit our graduation information page.