The UCL Graduation Ceremonies are arranged so that students graduate with their Faculty and programme of study. Once the provisional schedule of dates for the 2018 graduation ceremonies has been agreed the information will be published here.
- Ceremony Date
When students are invited to apply to attend the ceremonies they will be given details of the provisional date and time of their graduation ceremony. This date will be provisional until after the ticket application deadline when the schedule is confirmed.
The 2018 UCL Graduation Ceremonies will be held in March, July and September. Eligible students will be contacted with information about their provisional date and time in February 2018.
- Not attending
You do not need to attend a Graduation Ceremony in order to receive your degree certificate and transcript. These will be sent to you by post to the contact address you provided on Portico approximately 8-10 weeks after you have received confirmation of your award.
UCL do not graduate students in absentia. It is not compulsory to attend a UCL Graduation Ceremony in order to obtain your award. You can register your non-attendance on Portico.
Degree certificates and transcripts will be sent to you by post to the contact address you provided on Portico approximately 8-10 weeks after you have received confirmation of your award.
- Ceremonies Overseas