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Graduations to brighten up the Tassie winter

Graduation Crowd

Graduands will be grateful for the warmth of caps and long robes this week as mid-year graduations kick off at the Hobart campus.

A total of 1121 students will be graduating, with 631 to attend ceremonies.

Ceremonies will take place in Hobart onFriday 10 and Saturday 11 August and next week in Launceston on Saturday 18 August.

UTAS Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen, said graduations were always a cause for great celebration.

"Graduations give our students the chance to be formally recognised for their academic achievements in front of their peers, family and the university staff who have supported them," Prof Rathjen said.

"I extend my congratulations to all the students who will graduate this week - this occasion is the culmination of much hard work and dedication."

A total of 518 will graduate in Launceston next week: 227 are expected to attend, seven as walk-throughs.

UTAS August graduation ceremonies:

Hobart ceremonies




Friday
10 August

4pm

Faculty of Business
BBus with majors in Accounting and Finance. Awards in Accounting; Economics; Finance including all MPA.
Allied research higher degrees

University Centre
Sandy Bay


7pm

Faculty of Business
BBus with majors other than Accounting and Finance. Awards in Hospitality; Human Resources; International Business; Logistics; Management; Marketing; Tourism including all MBA.
Faculty of Law
Allied research higher degrees

University Centre
Sandy Bay

Saturday 
11 August

10am

Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
Awards (including majors in BSc and BSc Hons) in:
Chemistry; Clinical Psychology; Counselling; Computing/Applied Computing; Engineering; Information Systems/Management/Technology; Mathematics; Physics.

Allied research higher degrees

University Centre
Sandy Bay


1pm

Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
Awards (including majors in BSc and BSc Hons) in:
Agriculture; Antarctic Studies/Science; Biochemistry; Biotechnology; Environmental Management/Planning; Geography and Environmental Studies; Geographic Information Systems; Geology; Geomatics; Geophysics; Marine Science; Microbiology; Plant Science; Surveying and Spatial Sciences; Zoology.

Allied research higher degrees

University Centre
Sandy Bay


4pm

Faculty of Health Science
Faculty of Education
Allied research higher degrees

University Centre
Sandy Bay


7pm

Faculty of Arts
Allied research higher degrees

University Centre
Sandy Bay

 

Launceston

ceremony

(next week)


Saturday
18 August

11am

Australian Maritime College
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Business
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Health Science
Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
Allied research higher degrees

Albert Hall
Launceston

Published on: 09 Aug 2012 12:15pm