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Graduations 2022: Everything you need to know

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Published on 30 November 2022

UoS graduations
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The University of Sunderland’s winter graduation celebrations will be happening in-person this winter.

 

What's going on?

The University will this November and December hold its graduation ceremonies. So get ready to celebrate.

 

Why is this happening?

We are looking forward to celebrating with our students and their families to celebrate the winter Class of 2022.

 

How many people will be graduating?

Hundreds of graduates will be celebrating over the three-day extravaganza.

 

So, where will I be graduating?

We are returning, once again, to Sunderland's Stadium of Light for the event.

 

When is it all happening?

So, our graduation ceremonies take place on Wednesday, November 30, Thursday, December 1, and Friday, December 2.

 

So, which day and time is my ceremony?

 

Wednesday, November 30

9.30am: Faculty of Education and Society and the Faculty of Business, Law & Tourism

12.30pm: Faculty of Business, Law & Tourism

3.30pm: Faculty of Business, Law & Tourism and the Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing

 

Thursday, December 1

9.30am: Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing and the Faculty of Technology

12.30pm: Faculty of Education and Society and the Faculty of Business, Law & Tourism

3.30pm: Faculty of Education and Society

 

Friday, December 2

11am: Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing 

3pm: Faculty of Arts & Creative Industries and the Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing 

Will I be going on stage?

Yes, of course, each graduating student will have their name read out and will go up on the stage. Certificates will be later sent out to you.

 

Will there be honorary guests graduating?

Yes, we will have special guests throughout the three days of ceremonies.

 

Will there be a photographer there?

 Yes, you will be able to get your official photograph done on the day.

We will also have a photographer there documenting the day, and you can see the pictures on Instagram: sunderlanduniversitynews

 

And will there be other photo opportunities?

The Stadium is a great place for all your graduation pictures. Students love getting pictures at the Stadium gates or in the foyer.

 

How long does each ceremony take?

It will depend, usually somewhere between 45 minutes and 80 minutes.

 

What about parking?

There is plenty of parking at the Stadium of Light which, at the minute, remains free. 

 

What if I am coming on public transport?

The nearest Metro station is either the Stadium of Light or St Peter's depending on which direction you are coming from. There is also a regular bus service between the University and the Stadium.

 

Where is a good place to get food before/after my ceremony?

Katy Wheeler from the Sunderland Echo has put together a list of restaurants in the city ideal for a pre or post graduation lunch. 

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