The Graduation Ceremony

Location & Time

Watch the livestream of our graduation ceremonies.


Where: Auckland Town Hall
When: Tuesday 8 & Wednesday 9 April 2014


Tuesday 8 April 2014

Ceremony one (10am)

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Architecture
  • Communication Studies
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Management & Marketing

Ceremony two (1.15pm)

  • Computing & Information Technology
  • Design & Visual Arts
  • Performing & Screen Arts

Ceremony three (4.30pm)

  • Building Technology
  • Civil Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Electrotechnology
  • Plumbing & Gasfitting
  • Transport Technology

Wednesday 9 April 2014

Ceremony four (10am)

  • Bridgepoint (Foundation Education)
  • Education
  • Language Studies
  • Natural Sciences
  • Sport

Ceremony five (1.15pm)

  • Community and Health Services
  • Medical Imaging
  • Nursing
  • Osteopathy
  • Social Practice

Instructions for the Day

Procession (Tuesday 8 April only)

There will be one street procession for our Autumn graduation celebrations on Tuesday 8 April. Students who are graduating in all ceremonies are welcome to participate.  When choosing footwear, please bear in mind the procession route takes you along some uneven paths and steep streets.

We process through the park, down Bowen Street and Victoria Street East, up Queen Street to the Town Hall. 


You will be issued a ticket for yourself and 3 complimentary tickets for your guests. Tickets will be posted to you, please ensure you advise the Graduation Office of your correct postal address.

Due to the demand, extra guest ticket allocation is first come first served.  These will be on sale through Ticketmaster two weeks prior to Graduation at a cost of $5 (plus booking fees).


Children over two years of age require tickets. They must be closely supervised and accompanied by an adult (who is not graduating) at all times as childcare services are not available.

As graduation ceremonies are formal occasions, children often find them tedious and uncomfortable. Guests with young children should sit next to/near an aisle so that, if necessary, they can be taken outside to avoid disrupting the ceremony or other guests.


Last edited: 08 April 2014