Graduation

Graduation Ceremonies

Your graduation ceremony is a rite of passage - a significant milestone in your life. The ceremony signifies that you have completed your studies, as you are led out of the hall and into your future.

It's also a celebration of your achievement, to share with family, friends, coursemates and those who have taught and influenced you in your time at the University of Bradford.

Summer 2019

The Summer 2019 Graduation Ceremonies will be held on 16, 17 and 18 July 2019.

Tuesday 16 July 2019Wednesday 17 July 2019Thursday 18 July 2019

Ceremony 1 - 10.00 hrs

Faculty of Life Sciences
Optometry & Vision Science

School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences

Ceremony 4 - 10.00 hrs

Faculty of Health Studies
School of Allied Health Professions and
Midwifery

Centre for Applied Dementia Studies
Centre for Inclusion and Diversity

School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership

Ceremony 6 - 10.00 hrs

Faculty of Management, Law and Social
Sciences
School of Law: Undergraduate Programmes

School of Management: Undergraduate
Programmes

Ceremony 2 – 13.15 hrs

Faculty of Life Sciences
School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences

School of Chemistry and Biosciences

Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
Computer Science

Ceremony  5 – 13.15 hrs

Faculty of Management, Law and Social
Sciences
School of Social Sciences: Sociology &
Criminology

School of Social Sciences: Social Work & Social
Care

Ceremony 7 – 13.15 hrs

Faculty of Management, Law and Social
Sciences
School of Law: Postgraduate Programmes
School of Management: Postgraduate
Programmes

School of Social Sciences: Peace Studies &
International Development
School of Social Sciences: Psychology

Ceremony 3 – 16.00 hrs

Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
Biomedical and Electronics Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil and Structural Engineering
Mechanical and Energy Systems Engineering
Media, Design and Technology

   

How graduation works

  • Invitations to the ceremonies are issued to all final year students in anticipation of the successful completion of their course in time for the ceremonies. You must not wait to receive your results before you register your wish to attend. If you are unsuccessful your attendance will be automatically cancelled.

  • Invitations are issued via e:Vision and an email notifying you of the invitation will be sent to your student email account and any personal account held on file. Please ensure that the details the University holds for you are correct. Invitations are not sent via post.

  • If you or your guests require an invitation letter for visa purposes, please see our travelling from overseas section.
  • The deadline for completing your ceremony reply must be adhered to in order to guarantee guest tickets for the ceremony. The date will be advertised as part of the invitation process. Your place in the ceremony can not be guaranteed if you reply after the advertised date.

  • Students who owe a debt to the University which is not cleared by the advertised deadline will forfeit their chance to attend the ceremonies and will be unable to defer their attendance to a future ceremony. If you need to discuss this please contact Credit Control as soon as possible.

  • Research Students can submit MPhil and PhD theses, for Viva Voce examination, all year round. We are, therefore, not always able to predict when students expect to graduate.  If you believe that you are eligible to graduate and have not received an invitation please contact the Research Team or the Ceremonies Team for assistance. 

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