Brighton University Invites Students to Winter Graduation Ceremonies

Brighton University has recently sent out emails to invite all eligible students to the winter graduation ceremonies.

Students do not need to pay to attend, though must pay for guest tickets and organise gown hire for the day.

The closing date for replies is the 17th of this month.

You can confirm you attendance by logging into the University of Brighton portal.

Students can invite up to two guests for £20 per ticket, two guests ticket allocations are guaranteed if students purchase before the 17th.

Students can purchase extra tickets after 5th of January (subject to availability) if they want to invite more than two guests, on first come, first served basis.

Gown hire is not enforced, though is encouraged according to the Brighton University official email.

If order to hire a gown you will need your student reference, height, chest measurement, hat size (circumference of your head, taken just above your ears), the date and time of your ceremony and your qualification.

However, with lockdowns happening over Europe, there may still be slight trepidation as to whether in person ceremonies will go ahead. But let’s hope they do!

To find out more visit the Brighton University Graduation webpage.


Sarah Tann

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