Summer Ceremonies - July 2021
In light of ongoing uncertainty relating to coronavirus, the University has chosen to postpone in-person graduation ceremonies until 2022. Although this was a difficult decision to make, ultimately the safety of the Warwick community had to take priority. It’s a decision that has been taken in-line with our approach towards other large-scale on-campus events.
Therefore, as we await a clearer picture on restrictions on public gatherings, social distancing and travel, celebrations of this year’s graduating cohort will be held virtually. Students will still graduate in July 2021, providing the requirements of the award are met. However, this will be in absentia, with degree certificates issued by post.
Providing it is safe to do so, all graduates of 2020 and 2021 will be invited back to campus in summer 2022 for a celebratory event. Friends and family will also be welcome to attend. We will inform all eligible students, graduands and graduates of our graduation event plans for 2022 in due course and update these pages.
Summer Ceremonies - July 2020 & Winter Ceremonies - January 2021
The July 2020 and January 2021 degree ceremonies have been postponed. Eligible students have graduated in absentia with certificates sent in the post/made available for collection. If you are yet to receive notification that your certificate has been posted, please contact us.
For up to date information on graduation celebrations, please see our coronavirus updates.
Future Graduation Ceremonies:
- Summer 2020: POSTPONED
- Winter 2021: POSTPONED
- Summer 2021: POSTPONED
- Future Winter dates: The penultimate full week in January (subject to change).
- Future Summer dates: the third and fourth week after the end of the Summer term (subject to change).