UCO Graduation 2017
23 November 2017, Milton Court, Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS
Individual and group photographs
Graduates enter the auditorium for graduation portrait and ceremony briefing
Guests begin to take their seats. All guests must be seated by 12.30pm.
Dignitaries enter the auditorium and ceremony begins.
Welcome and introduction from Professor David Barrett, Chairman of the Board
Speech from Charles Hunt, Vice-Chancellor
Presentation of awards
Address by the 2017 Gold Medal winner
Ceremony ends and guests make their way to the reception
Registration and tickets
The general ticket sale for the 2017 Graduation Ceremony has now closed. If you have yet to purchase your tickets or gown and would still like to attend pleased contact Gayda Arnold as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a student who has just completed your final exams you will be sent an email with a link with instructions on how to purchase your tickets and order your gown online.
Tickets for graduating students are free, but all graduands must book a ticket to confirm their attendance.
Each graduating student is also entitled to three guest tickets as for the event. Guest ticket prices are as follows:
Adult guests - £35
Children (6-12 years)- £15
Infants (0-5 years) - free
For security reasons all guests (including infants) must have a ticket, and you must provide the names of all guests. We ask that graduands and guests bring their e-tickets with them on the day. It is also recommended that you bring a form of photographic identification. If you or your guests have any specific accessibility requirements please contact gayda at email@example.com.
We are aware that some students may wish to bring additional guests and we will do our best to accomodate these if capacity allows. If you would like to request extra guest tickets please contact Gayda at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Additional tickets will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Important information about your certificates
As you may be aware, the British School of Osteopathy recently became the University College of Osteopathy. Please note that your degree certificate is a legal document, and as such all certificates will be issued under our new legal status as the University College of Osteopathy.