Graduation Information and Policy

All undergraduate and postgraduate students who complete requirements for an award in December 2014, will graduate, either in person or in absentia, in April 2015. Please check the Graduation Ceremonies Schedule for the latest indication of when your award will be conferred. The confirmed date and time will be shown in your Graduation Invitation which will be sent to your student email on Friday 23 January 2015.

Semester 3 students who complete the requirements for their award on 12 February will be sent a Graduation Invitation on 16 February for the April graduation series. 

All undergraduate and postgraduate students who complete requirements for an award in July 2015, will graduate, either in person or in absentia, at a graduation ceremony in September 2015. 

If you do not respond to the Graduation Invitation email and your attendance status in eStudent remains as HOLD, you will graduate in absentia and cannot attend a subsequent ceremony.

Students Graduating with a Certificate

If you are graduating with a postgraduate or undergraduate certificate, study abroad diploma or certificate you will not attend a graduation ceremony.  Your graduation documents will be mailed to you as soon as possible after the graduation series has concluded.  It is your responsibility to ensure your mailing details are kept current at all times.  Check your address on eStudent.

Outstanding debts

Students who are indebted to the University shall not be permitted to graduate until such debt is cleared.  Graduation allocation is subject to all debts being cleared prior to the series' closing date.  Please ensure that you do not have any outstanding debts.