Dates set for UCEM’s 2021 Graduation ceremonies
Posted on: 28 April, 2021
UCEM is delighted to announce its provisional Graduation ceremony dates for 2021.
Having had to postpone both Graduation ceremonies last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 graduates will be invited to ceremonies on Friday, 3 September and Saturday, 4 September.
This year’s graduands will be invited to ceremonies on Friday, 3 December and Saturday, 4 December. Each event will be held at Reading Town Hall.
In addition to the face-to-face events, Graduate Celebration Week – celebrating the achievements of graduates on UCEM’s website and social media channels – will be held from 21-25 June for those receiving their results in spring and 22-26 November for those receiving their results in the autumn.
Pru Sly, UCEM Graduation Officer, commented: “Whilst we cannot guarantee that circumstances will not change between now and our proposed events, it is hugely exciting just to have these dates in the calendar which hopefully signals a return to something approaching normality after a difficult 12 months. My colleagues and I cannot wait to share your special day with you.
“We recognise that not everyone will be able to attend but, as ever, the ceremonies will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel and for this year’s graduands, we will be running two Graduate Celebration Weeks, enabling everyone to be recognised for their wonderful achievements.”
For more information, visit the UCEM Graduation webpage and for more on Graduate Celebration Week, visit the celebration week webpage.
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