For our class of 2019, Graduation will take place over two days on Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 July.
Graduation is the highlight of the academic year here at BGU. We always try to make it as special as possible for both our graduating students and their family and friends who are in attendance as guests.
In recent years, our graduation celebrations have grown and now encompass four separate ceremonies, spanning two days. For 2019, the event will take place over Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 July.
BGU Graduates are particularly fortunate in that their Graduation ceremonies take place in the breath-taking surroundings of Lincoln Cathedral. Graduating from the Cathedral really adds to the sense of occasion and it’s the perfect location to take photos and videos by which to remember the day.
After the ceremony, there is Prosecco, strawberries, balloons and music as the celebrations continue, helping to mark the momentous occasion in a special and memorable way!
Graduating in the magnificent surroundings of Lincoln Cathedral is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, and we know you’ll want to be a part of it. Find out how to register and book your tickets.
From academic dress to photography and parking, find useful information about Graduation 2019 here.
Which ceremony you attend depends on which course you have studied. See our ceremony schedule for more details.
We will have so much going on for you on the BGU campus, before and after your Graduation. Find out more about your Celebration Reception.
Find the answers to some frequently asked questions regarding Graduation on our FAQs page.
Live streams of all four #BGUGrad2019 ceremonies will be available to view on this page.
If you have any queries that aren’t answered here, please contact the Graduation Office on 01522 585635 or email email@example.com. Alternatively pop into the Graduation Office in the Applicant Centre.
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