Graduation 2020

Graduation 2020

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This year our Graduation Ceremonies will be online during the week of 24th – 27th November.  You can find the ceremony for your programme on the Graduation Schedule below. We hope you will join us online to celebrate your achievement and that of your classmates. Graduation 2020 Conferring videos

If you are eligible to graduate then you will be part of the online conferring ceremony with your fellow graduands. It is essential to check the programme running order (below) for your course to ensure you have the correct ceremony time and date.

As this is an online conferring ceremony graduates will receive their parchments to their home addresses in due course. Please note that the Graduation Registration Form was created only to enable graduands to confirm their postal addresses to ensure delivery of their parchment to the correct address. If you did not have an opportunity to complete this form and you have changed your address or if you think we may not have your updated details you may still do so by contacting your local exams office (see contact details below).

Exam Offices Contact Details

TU Dublin Graduation Schedule 2020

Parchments

After your ceremony is completed, your parchment will be posted to you along with a commemorative booklet in celebration of your academic success.

Graduation Robes
For further information in relation to Graduation Robes please visit the websites of Armstrong and Oxford for Blanchardstown and City here and Phelan for Tallaght here


Graduation 2020 Conferring Videos

The Conferring Ceremonies will be accessible from this webpage and will only become live at the times and dates indicated below.

Recordings of each ceremony will also be available from the Technological University Dublin Official YouTube Channel after each event takes place.

Tuesday 24th November


Wednesday 25th November


Thursday 26th November


Friday 27th November


Graduation 2020 Frequently Asked Questions

You will receive your final year exam transcript outlining your final award classification, for example, First Class Honours, Distinction, Merit, Pass etc.

If you are taking supplemental examinations, you will only become eligible to graduate when you have confirmation you have passed your final exams.

If you are opting to take an exit award, you will need to contact your local examination office to confirm your eligibility.

For students awaiting results for Masters Programmes, you will be contacted when your award board has taken place, which could be two to three weeks before the Graduations Ceremony.

Please note: If you have outstanding fees you will not be permitted to graduate. All outstanding balances must be paid in full before the graduation date to graduate.

TU Dublin Graduation Week week will commence on Tuesday, 24 November with four full days of virtual events. Please see the schedule below to find the date and time for your conferring ceremony.

This year our Graduation Ceremonies will be online during the week of 24th – 27th November.  You can find the ceremony for your programme on the Graduation Schedule below. We hope you will join us online to celebrate your achievement and that of your classmates.

All those eligible to graduate as part of the TU Dublin class of 2020 will receive their parchments to their home addresses. If you have changed your address or if you think we may not have your updated details please contact your local exams office. (If you have already completed a registration form, there is no need to do anything further).

TU Dublin Graduation Schedule Running Order Overview

Graduation Running Order - Day One - Tuesday, 24 November

Graduation Running Order - Day Two - Wednesday, 25 November

Graduation Running Order - Day Three - Thursday, 26 November

Graduation Running Order - Day Four - Friday, 27 November

Robe booking is now available from the websites of Armstrong and Oxford for Blanchardstown and City here and Phelan for Tallaght here. Once ordered your robes will be delivered to your home address.

TU Dublin Graduation Week week will commence on Tuesday, 24 November with four full days of virtual events. Please see the schedule below to find the date and time for your conferring ceremony.

You can invite as many guests as you would like to your online graduation ceremony.

You can join the TU Dublin Graduate Network on our website here.

Some students eligible to graduate are still studying with us – for example, if you started and completed a Level 7 programme with us, and you are now doing an additional year to get a Level 8 qualification, then you are still eligible to graduate from your level 7 programme while continuing your level 8 studies. However, if you started a Level 8 programme and are now in Final Year, then you are not eligible to graduate until you have completed your studies.

The Graduation Ceremony will not be an interactive event – it will be a broadcast online, and there are no limits on the number of people who can watch.

No – all you have to do is click on the link to watch the ceremony. The link(s) will be posted on www.tudublin.ie/graduation2020

Many students are availing of the option to book robes for the purposes of their own private celebrations while watching the ceremony, and/or for having photos taken. Students who wish to do so can book robes at https://www.armstrongandoxford.com/pages/public/aando/StudentHire.aspx. The robes will be posted to you and you will have to return them by post to the robing company. Full details are on the robing company website. The closing date for booking robes is 7 days prior to the ceremony to ensure timely delivery.

Unfortunately, robes cannot be posted to addresses outside of Ireland.

The University hopes to have an in-person celebration event for our graduating students in the future. However, this is dependent on national COVID-19 guidelines/restrictions.

All graduating students’ parchments will be posted to the address we have on file for you. The parchments will be posted to the graduands after the ceremonies.

All students who are eligible to graduate will feature in the online ceremony, but those with outstanding fees will not be sent their parchments or have access to their results transcripts until their accounts are cleared.