The April Graduation ceremonies are scheduled for Wednesday 10 April 2019 at Auckland’s Aotea Centre. Come and help us celebrate the students who attend.
How to Apply
Applications for the 2019 Autumn Graduation are now open.
Letter of Completion
If you require a letter confirming the completion of your qualification before you receive your graduation certificate please contact Student Central.
Autumn Graduation dates
Here are the important graduation dates for 2019:
|1 November 2018||Applications open|
|1 February 2019||Applications close|
|Mid February 2019||You'll receive email notification of ceremony date and time - this is not a confirmation of your eligibility to graduate. (Attending students only)|
|Mid March 2019||You'll receive email confirmation of your eligibility to graduate, your ceremony date and time, and regalia and ticket information. (Attending students only)|
|10 April 2019||Graduation ceremonies|
Procession is our street parade to showcase your study success from Albert Park to the Aotea Centre via Queen Street.
We encourage everyone to attend procession and be amongst the electric atmosphere created with other graduands, regardless of the ceremony you’re in.
Dress Code & Regalia
As this is a formal event and the dress code is smart casual, you will be expected to dress accordingly.
Regalia must be worn by all graduands including diploma and certificate recipients. The wearing of Korowai or garlands over your regalia is permitted.
Regalia can be hired from Academic Dress Hire and can be ordered online.
If you wish to purchase regalia rather than hire, our preferred supplier is Etude Classique.
Further information on ticket sale and redemption dates will be sent to you via email.
Bring your children to graduation
Children over the age of two need a ticket. They must be closely supervised and accompanied by an adult (who is not graduating) at all times as there are no childcare services. Graduation ceremonies are formal occasions and children can often find them uncomfortable. Guests with young children should sit next to or near an aisle so they can easily leave the hall if necessary.