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    Graduation

    Your graduation is the culmination of much hard work and commitment and is cause for real celebration.
    This is a day to remember and by following these next steps we hope it will be a very enjoyable one for you.

    Summer Graduation Ceremonies 2015 will take place on 27 and 28 July at the Royal Festival Hall on London's Southbank

    Do we have the right contact details for you?
    To ensure that you receive all the correct information about graduation, please make sure we have your up-to-date contact details. Please see below for information on how you can update your contact details (depending on when you finish your studies). 

    Those who are still completing their studies: 
    Please update your details on MyZone

    Those who completed their programme in 2014 (or before February 2015): 
    Please email registry@roehampton.ac.uk with your up-to-date postal address, email address and phone details

    For any other enquiries relating to graduation, please email graduation@roehampton.ac.uk

    July 27

    • Ceremony 1 at 10am for the Departments of English and Creative Writing and Department of Media, Culture and Language
    • Ceremony 2 at 12.30pm for the Department of Humanities and Roehampton Business School
    • Ceremony 3 at 3pm for the Department of Dance; Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance; and Department of Psychology

    July 28

    • Ceremony 4 at 10am for the School of Education (BA Primary, PGCE, School Direct, SCITT)
    • Ceremony 5 at 12.30pm for the Department of Life Sciences and Department of Social Sciences
    • Ceremony 6 at 3pm for the School of Education (BA courses except BA Primary, PG Taught, EdD, PhD)

    More information regarding graduation will be sent out closer to the date.

    As a graduate of the University of Roehampton you are welcomed into our larger community as one of our alumni. Click here for more information regarding Roehampton Alumni and the associated benefits.

    Receiving your Certificate

    Certificates are not linked to a particular graduation ceremony but to University Awards and Progression Boards. The certificates are produced on a timetable depending when a student is awarded. It is therefore very important that your permanent address is kept up to date at all times of the year using the online facility.

    The Boards take place in

    • March
    • June
    • October
    • November

    Certificates are produced between six and eight weeks after each Board. For all further enquiries, email registry@roehampton.ac.uk

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