Options to graduate
Attend a ceremony
If you completed your final subjects in Session 3, 2019 or Session 1, 2020, we will contact you in mid-late April with your graduation options (date to be confirmed).
If you are completing your final subjects in Session 2, 2020, we will contact you in mid-late September with your graduation options (date to be confirmed).
Learn about your graduation venue and dates
Find out more about the venue you'll be graduating at, including dates, times and tips for making your graduation a great day.
In absentia (you won't attend a ceremony)
If you have successfully completed your course but you don't want to wait until your graduation ceremony to receive your testamur, you can apply to graduate in absentia. This means that once we verify that you're eligible to graduate, your name and degree will be recommended to the Academic Senate for conferral. After that Academic Senate meeting we'll post your graduation documents to you.
If you choose to graduate in absentia, you can’t attend a graduation ceremony, unless you're a PhD or Doctorate Graduate.
How to graduate in absentia
- You will be notified once you are a potential graduate and and asked to advise your preference for graduation
- Submit your option to graduate in absentia
- Your request will be processed for the next scheduled Academic Senate meeting
- After processing and approval, your graduation documents will be posted to your address within 4-6 weeks of the Academic Senate meeting
Dates for 2020
Below are the final dates to submit your request to graduate in absentia. If you miss a cut-off date, your request will be processed during the following period.
|Submission deadline||Academic Senate Meeting|
|10 January||7 February|
|7 February||6 March|
|6 March||3 April|
|10 April||8 May|
|8 May||5 June|
|12 June||10 July|
|17 July||14 August|
|14 August||11 September|
|11 September||9 October|
|9 October||6 November|