Science, Engineering and Food Science
Your virtual conferring ceremony
View the full schedule below, grouped by degree programme, to find out during which ceremony your class will be conferred, when your ceremony will take place as well as the official date of your parchment.
The conferring ceremony, which has been pre-recorded, will take approximately 45-60 minutes. During the ceremony, the President, Head of College and a guest speaker will address you and your classmates, while your name will appear during the broadcast ceremony to mark your graduation.
A link to your specific conferring ceremony will be sent to you in a separate e-mail in advance of your ceremony. The film will remain available for a time so that you can share this widely during and after the event. We encourage you to join the webcast at the scheduled time with family and friends to celebrate your achievement. A special message wall will be live during the ceremony for people to wish you and your classmates well.
Visit the Everything you need to know section for more information on gown hire and photography.
Schedule of conferring ceremonies
The Spring Conferring Ceremonies will take place on Monday, 15 March 2021 at 3pm.
|Degrees in Ceremony 1||Degrees in Ceremony 2|
|MSc (Analytical Chemistry)
MSc (Analysis of Pharmaceutical Compounds)
MSc (Marine Biology)
MSc (Food Science)
MSc (Food Microbiology)
M Eng Sc (Elect & Electronic Eng)
M Eng Sc (Mechanical Engineering - MPAS)
MEngSc (Sustainable Energy)
MSc Technology Management
M Eng Sc (Elect)
M Eng Sc (Civil)
MSc (Food Science & Technology)
PhD (Engineering Science)
PhD (Food Science & Technology)
|MSc (Applied Environmental Geology)
MSc (Bioinformatics & Comp Biology)
MSc (Computing Science)
MSc (Data Science and Analytics)
MSc (Financial and Computational Mathematics)
MSc (Freshwater Quality, Monitoring and Assessment)
MSc (Interactive Media)
MSc (Molecular Cell Biology)
MSc (Math Modelling & Self-learning Sys)