Birmingham City University Graduation

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Birmingham City University Graduation

July 2017 graduation

The next graduation ceremonies take place from the 24 to the 27 of July 2017 at our city’s impressive concert venue, Symphony Hall.

These ceremonies will be open to students who are due to gain an award by 5 July 2017.  Invitations will be emailed to BCU email accounts in May 2017.

Any student who completes their course after 5 July 2017 will be invited to the Winter 2018 ceremony series to take place between 8 – 9 January 2018.

July 2017 Ceremony dates 

DateMorning ceremony – 10:30amAfternoon ceremony – 2:30pm
Monday 24 July 2017Arts, Design and MediaSchool of Art

Schools of Architecture and Design

School of Fashion and Textiles

School of Jewelry

Arts, Design and MediaBirmingham School of Acting

School of English

School of visual communication

Birmingham School of Media

Birmingham Conservatoire

Tuesday 25 July 2017Health, Education and Life SciencesSchool of Education

All PGCE Primary programmes

All PGCE Secondary programmes

Health, Education and Life SciencesSchool of Education

All Masters and Learning & Teaching programmes

PGCE Post – Compulsory programmes

All Foundation Degrees and Undergraduate programmes

Home Collaborative Provision

Wednesday 26 July 2017Business, Law and Social SciencesBirmingham City Business SchoolBusiness, Law and Social SciencesSchool of Law

School of Social Sciences

Thursday 27 July 2017Computing, Engineering and the Built EnvironmentSchool of Engineering & the Built Environment

School of Computing & Digital Technology

Health, Education and Life SciencesSchool of Nursing and Midwifery

School of Allied and Public Health

 

Birmingham City University graduation ceremonies are held at the prestigious Symphony Hall, which is part of the International Convention Centre in Birmingham city centre.

Allow extra travel time due to Paradise Birmingham redevelopment

The redevelopment of the Paradise area of the city centre started in January. While the city council is committed to keeping Birmingham working throughout the redevelopment, there will be some disruption around the area, including near to Symphony Hall.