In the light of the unprecedented COVID19 crisis, we have taken the decision to postpone the graduation ceremonies scheduled for July 2020. We know this will be disappointing news, but we hope you will understand the reason for our decision.
We are currently exploring dates later in 2020 or early 2021 in which to host the ceremonies. As soon as we can confirm dates we will, but as you will appreciate that may not be possible for some time, given the unpredictable nature of the health crisis we face.
If you already booked your gown hire and photography for July, these can be rescheduled in due course at no additional cost.
We have published some FAQs on graduation below.
Thank you for your understanding with this decision. We look forward to celebrating your achievements with you in due course.
If you have any queries please get in touch with us: Graduation@ljmu.ac.uk.
For queries regarding gown hire please contact: Ede & Ravenscroft
For queries regarding DVDs and Digital Handshake Photographs please contact: iamagraduate.com
How can I claim back travel costs already paid for?
We recommend you contact the relevant supplier for their cancellation terms and conditions, many are allowing you to refund or rebook even if their regular terms at the time of booking did not allow for this.
Will certificates be sent out in the normal period in order to present for graduate jobs?
I have not yet registered, can I still register for the rescheduled date?
You will be able to, but not at the moment. You will be invited to register once the new dates are available. Please ensure your contact details are up to date and register with LJMU Connect.
Will I still be classed as a graduate, as forward planning to work abroad when allowed to do so?
Once you have completed and the awards verified you will be a graduate. Awards will be granted in absentia.
Will the rescheduled ceremony still be in the Cathedral?
We certainly hope so but cannot guarantee this as it will depend on availability of the venues.
I have not booked my gown and photography yet, should I do it now?
No, please wait until the ceremonies are rescheduled.