Share a special message with your peers as a keepsake of your time at UU by being part of the Class of 2020 digital yearbook.
Class of 2020 Digital Yearbook
We know you may be disappointed being unable to celebrate your graduation with your fellow PhD Researchers, supervisors and family in person.
You can still share a special message with your peers as a keepsake of your time at UU by being part of the Class of 2021 digital yearbook.
All you need to do is submit your message and an optional photo below.
Not sure where to start?
You could sum up your years’ worth of memories at university, give a special mention to someone who has made your experience even more memorable, thank someone who has helped you through your PhD or just share your favourite memory from your time at UU. We would also love to see your pictures to share in the memories with you.
What’s this all about?
What you have to do
- Give us a few details about yourself and your research – where you are from, your undergraduate or Masters study and your research field (supervisors, thesis title etc)
- Share your special yearbook message with us:
- My proudest moment was when I ….
- My favourite memory was …
- I’ll never forget …
- I couldn’t have got through this without …
- If I could speak to myself at the start of my PhD, the best piece of advice I would give myself would be…
- Upload a photo to accompany your yearbook message
We can't wait to hear from you!
Terms and Conditions
This initiative is open to all PhD Researchers of Ulster University studying at all 4 campuses – Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee – graduating in 2021.
By agreeing to take part in this initiative you automatically give your permission for any information you submit including; yearbook message, name, thesis title, photograph/video, to be used in any promotional material the University sees fit.