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Graduation

Once you have completed your degree, we invite you to celebrate by attending one of our graduation ceremonies in the Great Hall.

Overview and eligibility

Graduations are generally held across two rounds each year, based on when you completed your studies (with some exceptions).

Semester 1 completion: October–December
Semester 2 completion: March–June

When you've met all the eligibility requirements, you'll be allocated to graduate in your faculty or school’s next available ceremony.

You cannot postpone your graduation ceremony. If you're unable to attend, you’ll graduate in absentia on your graduation date.

Eligibility to graduate

To be eligible to graduate you need to have:
1

Settled outstanding debts to the University

All debts need to be settled by the release of your final semester results. Find out more about paying your fees.

2

Received a completion letter

You need to have received a completion letter, confirming you have completed the requirements of your course, at least ten weeks before a scheduled ceremony to be eligible to graduate at that ceremony. If you receive late results for example, this may mean you’ll need to attend a graduation ceremony at a later date.

3

Check your personal and contact details are up to date

You need to have made any changes in Sydney Student by the deadline:

  • 28 January for graduation ceremonies held in Semester 1
  • 12 August for graduation ceremonies held in Semester 2.

We'll use your personal email address stored in Sydney Student to issue your digital transcript and testamur when you graduate. 

If you do not have access to Sydney Student and your details have changed since you were last enrolled, you can update your details by submitting a Change of personal details form (pdf, 220KB).

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Opening hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Extended in-person opening hours first two weeks of semester and during exams.

Last updated: 28 May 2019

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