Graduation

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Need to know when you are graduating and how to book tickets? Explore the full schedule below and then book tickets for you and your guests by visiting www.yourgraduation.co.uk

Bookings for Queen Mary Summer Graduation are now open. Remember to book before the deadline at midday (UK time) on Friday 17 May. Please monitor our website for updates.

Winter Ceremonies

We release the school-specific dates for winter ceremonies at the beginning of the academic year that they will take place. However, we are able to give the date range at present. The winter ceremonies will take place between Monday 16 and Friday 20 December 2019.

Summer ceremonies are usually tailored more to undergraduates and winter ceremonies are more tailored to postgraduates. However, we would always welcome all students at any ceremony.

Summer Graduation 2019 will take place between Monday 15 July and Friday 26 July. 

Please see the schedule for summer ceremonies below.

We recommend that you graduate with your “home” school which is the main school you are registered with for your course. You can find this information on your MySis account or by contacting the Student Enquiry Centre. Please select the ceremony you wish to attend when booking your tickets. All bookings will be checked against student records. In some special circumstances, students may need to attend a different ceremony, in which case they should email us to request this.

*If your school is split between ceremonies, please see the information at the bottom of the page to find which ceremony you could attend.

Ceremony Date & Time

Graduating School

Booking Link

Monday 15 July, 11.00am

MBBS cohort from the School of Medicine & Dentistry (Part One)

Booking opens 17 April 10am

Monday 15 July, 2.30pm

- MBBS cohort from the School of Medicine & Dentistry (Part Two)

- School of Dentistry

Booking opens 17 April 10am

Monday 22 July, 1.00pm

School of Law

Booking opens 17 April 11am

Monday 22 July, 4.30pm

History

Booking opens 17 April 11am

Tuesday 23 July, 10.30am

School of Languages Linguistics and Film 

Booking opens 17 April 12pm

Tuesday 23 July, 2.00pm

- School of Economics and Finance

- School of Business and Management (Part One)*

Booking opens 17 April 12pm

Tuesday 23 July, 5.30pm

School of Business and Management (Part Two)*

Booking opens 17 April 12pm

Wednesday 24 July, 10.30am

School of English & Drama

Booking opens 17 April 1pm

Wednesday 24 July, 2.00pm

School of Politics and International relations

Booking opens 17 April 1pm

Wednesday 24 July, 5.30pm

School of Mathematical Sciences

Booking opens 17 April 1pm

Thursday 25 July,  10.30am

- School of Physics and Astronomy

- Allied Course and Intercalated degrees from the School of Medicine and Dentistry 

Booking opens 17 April 2pm

Thursday 25 July, 2.00pm

- School of Biological and Chemical Sciences (Part One)*

- Geography

Booking opens 17 April 2pm

Thursday 25 July, 5.30pm

School of Biological and Chemical Science (Part Two)*

Booking opens 17 April 2pm

Friday 26 July, 10.30am

School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Booking opens 17 April 3pm

Friday 26 July, 2.00pm

School of Engineering and Materials Science

Booking opens 17 April 3pm

 

*Two Part Schools Explained

This school-specific timetable is published as a guide only. We recommend that you graduate with your “home” school which is the main school you are registered with for your course. You can find this information on your MySis account or by contacting the Student Enquiry Centre. However, in some special circumstances, students may need to attend a different ceremony. Please select the ceremony you wish to attend when booking your tickets. All bookings will be checked against student records. 

 

School of Medicine and Dentistry

MBBS Students (from the School of Medicine & Dentistry)

Monday 15th July at 11am or 2.30pm 

Limited places are available for each ceremony on a first come first serve basis. Students are free to choose.

 

School of Dentistry (including Diploma in Higher Education - Dental Hygiene and Therapy)

School of Dentistry are encouraged to attend the 2.30pm ceremony. Limited places are available for each ceremony on a first come first serve basis.

 

PhD Students & FdCert Clinical Foundation Studies

PhD students are encouraged to book their ceremony as outlined in the table below:

Barts Cancer Institute Monday 15 July, 14:30
Institute of Dentistry Monday 15 July, 14:30
Institute of Health Sciences Education Monday 15 July, 14:30
Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine Monday 15 July, 14:30
Blizard Institute Thursday 25 July, 10:30
William Harvey Research Institute Thursday 25 July, 10:30

 

Allied Course and Intercalated degrees (from the School of Medicine and Dentistry)

Thursday 25th July, 10.30am

The following courses from the School of Medicine and Dentistry will graduate at this ceremony:

  •  Biomedical Engineering and Clinical Materials (iBSc)
  •  Clinical and Molecular Pharmacology (iBMedSci)
  •  Experimental Pathology (iBSc)
  •  Global Public Health (iBSc and BSc)
  •  Medical Education (iBSc)
  •  Neuroscience (iBSc)
  •  Pre-hospital Medicine (iBSc)
  •  Sports and Exercise Medicine (iBSc)
  •  BSc Global Health
  •  BSc Neuroscience
  •  BSc Pharmacology and Innovative Therapeutics

School of Business and Management

School of Business and Management: Part One

Tuesday 23 July, 2pm

The list of course ceremonies below is provided as a guide only.  We understand that graduands will wish to attend the ceremony assigned to their specific course where possible, but places are limited and subject to availability. Graduands are therefore encouraged to book early to ensure they can attend their preferred ceremony.   Postgraduate Research students within the School of Business and Management may select either ceremony time.

  • BSc FT Marketing and Management

 

School of Business and Management: Part Two

Tuesday 23 July, 5.30pm

The list of course ceremonies below is provided as a guide only.  We understand that graduands will wish to attend the ceremony assigned to their specific course where possible, but places are limited and subject to availability. Graduands are therefore encouraged to book early to ensure they can attend their preferred ceremony.   Postgraduate Research students within the School of Business and Management may select either ceremony time.

  • BSc FT Accounting and Management
  • BSc FT Business Management
  • PhD

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences: Part One

Thursday 25th July, 2.00pm

The list of course ceremonies below is provided as a guide only.  We understand that graduands will wish to attend the ceremony assigned to their specific course where possible, but places are limited and subject to availability. Graduands are therefore encouraged to book early to ensure they can attend their preferred ceremony.   Postgraduate Research students within the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences may select either ceremony time.

  • BSc FT Psychology
  • BSc FT Chemistry
  • BSc FT Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • MSci Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • MSci Chemistry 

 

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences: Part Two

Thursday 25th July, 5:30pm

The list of course ceremonies below is provided as a guide only.  We understand that graduands will wish to attend the ceremony assigned to their specific course where possible, but places are limited and subject to availability. Graduands are therefore encouraged to book early to ensure they can attend their preferred ceremony.   Postgraduate Research students within the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences may select either ceremony time.

  • BSc FT Genetics
  • BSc FT Medical Genetics
  • BSc FT Zoology
  • BSc FT Biology (including w. foundation)
  • BSc FT Biomedical Sciences
  • BSc FT Biochemistry (including w. foundation)
  • MSci Biochemistry

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