Your graduation is a special day. During the registration process you can request up to two guest tickets for family or friends to come and share it with you.
You'll need to register to attend a ceremony, during the registration process you can request up to two guest tickets. Graduation registration opens on the 11 May via the Portal. See details on how to register for your ceremony for guidance.
Applying for extra tickets
You may also apply for up to two extra tickets. We allocate these extra tickets on a first-come, first-served basis. They are in very high demand, and there is no guarantee your application will be successful. Please be aware that often there are no extra tickets available at all.
You can express an interest in extra tickets subject to availability via our extra ticket form from Tuesday 27 June at 12pm midday until Thursday 29 June at 12pm midday.
If there are any more extra tickets after we have fulfilled the extra ticket applications, they will be available on the day of the ceremony on a first-come, first-served basis.
Your ceremony summary page will inform you whether or not your extra tickets application was successful.
Collecting your tickets
Collect your tickets and your guest tickets from the ticket desk in the Student Union Building on the day of the ceremony. We recommend that you arrive 90 minutes before the ceremony start time.
You will need to bring some form of photo ID, such as your student card, with you.
There is strictly no admission to the Great Hall without a ticket.
All guests will need a ticket to the Great Hall even if they are young children.
Sit on knee tickets can be obtained from the ticket desk in the Student Union Building for children aged 5 years and under.
Children aged over 5 years will require a guest ticket as per every other guest attending a ceremony.
Children under 16 will need to be accompanied by an adult.
Guests without a ticket
If you want to bring more than two people to your graduation day but don't have any extra tickets, your extra guests can watch a live feed of your ceremony. Unfortunately no one will be allowed into the Great Hall without a ticket.
You can also watch the live ceremony feed online for free. All webcasts are archived, so you can also watch after the event.