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Wednesday Ceremonies

Wednesday 13 July - 2022 Graduands

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Graduation ceremony

Thursday Ceremony

Thursday 14 July - 2021 Graduates

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Friday Ceremony

Friday 15 July - 2020 Graduates

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Summer 2022 Graduation

We are looking forward to the return of in-person Graduation ceremonies in the Caird Hall this July for our 2022 graduands and also the celebration ceremonies for our 2020 and 2021 graduates. These events are an opportunity for you to celebrate your achievements with your fellow graduates and your guests. We look forward to seeing you there!

The Graduation ceremonies will run for approximately 1.5-2.5 hours. You can download all the information you need, or see 'All about your Graduation day' towards the bottom of this page.

Tickets for all ceremonies have fully sold out. Graduates and guests who are travelling to Dundee should keep in mind that ScotRail are currently running a reduced timetable. 

If you have any late queries related to photography or gowns please go direct to your supplier.

Wednesday 13 July - 2022 Graduands

10.00am ceremony - School of Applied Sciences.

3.00pm ceremony - School of Business, Law and Social Sciences and School of Design and Informatics.

Download all the information you need about graduating on 13 July 2022.

Thursday 14 July - 2021 Graduates

10.30am ceremony - All Schools.

Possible afternoon ceremony, depending on numbers.*

Friday 15 July - 2020 Graduates

10.30am ceremony - All Schools.

Possible afternoon ceremony, depending on numbers.*

*If we have larger than anticipated numbers of returning graduates, we may add an additional event in the afternoons of the Thursday and/or Friday. We will advise you during the week of June 13 2022 if this is the case.

Download all the information you need about the graduation celebration ceremonies on 14 and 15 July 2022.

Registration Information

Registration emails are being sent out now, including details on how to complete the Graduation Registration process. Both students and graduates need to register using OASIS.  

If you wish to attend an in-person graduation ceremony you must register to book your place in OASIS by 5pm on Monday 6 June 2022. 

Visit Register to Graduate to find out more.

All about your Graduation day

Group of graduates wearing robes and holding scrolls - 4 females, 1 male

Before You Graduate

Everything you need to know about graduation day.

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Three graduates wearing robes and holding their scrolls - two males, one female

On Graduation Day

A run down of what happens during the ceremony.

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After Graduation

Welcome to Abertay's Alumni Network!

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Due to a number of external events taking place in the local area during this week of Graduation celebrations, including The Open at St Andrews Golf Links, we would urge anyone who needs to book accommodation to do so as soon as possible. If you struggle to find accommodation we recommend looking slightly further afield and travelling into Dundee.

You can find useful information on accommodation on the VisitScotland pages for Dundee and Angus or Perthshire.

Our student accommodation partner, IQ, who operate Parker House, may also be worth considering. You can email them direct at


2023 Graduation Dates

Summer: Friday 21 July 2023

Winter: Friday 24 November 2023

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