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How to register for your graduation.
Registration is open from 2 March – 1 June 2020 for June ceremonies.
You will be invited to attend a June graduation ceremony if you are expecting to be awarded by:
Registration is open from 1 July - 14 August 2020 for September ceremonies.
You will be invited to attend a September graduation ceremony if you are expecting to be awarded by:
Once registration is open, you need to go to the 'Graduation' link on your Student Information and follow the instructions.
If you experience any difficulties accessing or using Student Information, please contact Student Central.
Register via your Student Information »
If you are unable to attend your scheduled ceremony, you can request to attend an alternative ceremony. We will accommodate students if space is available, but there is no guarantee that this will be possible. Please complete the
Request Form to Change Graduation Ceremony
and we will be in touch about an outcome.
Please contact the Graduation Team for more information.
If you are unable to attend your ceremony for any reason, please cancel your place as someone else will be able to use it. You can cancel:
If you cancel during the registration period, we can refund your guest tickets.
Please make sure you get in touch with the University's photographers and/or gown suppliers if you have booked anything in advance.
If you aren't awarded in time or haven’t met the requirements for your award, you won't be able to attend the ceremony you are registered for. We will let you know if this is the case and invite you to the next appropriate ceremony date. Any
tickets purchased will be carried over.
Please let us know if you or any of your guests have any access or disability requirements. Please go to the 'Graduation' link on your Student Information before registration closes.
Please note, the ceremony will be in the Sir Kenneth Wheare Hall, in the Clerici Building, and the majority of guest seating is tiered.
If you have any outstanding tuition debts to the University, you will not be eligible to attend your graduation ceremony.
If you are concerned about any debts that you may have to the University, you should contact either the relevant department or the Brookes Union Advice Service.