Celebrating The Class of 2020
Congratulations on successfully completing your studies, we are very proud of you and all you have achieved. You will still be able to attend a physical graduation ceremony when it is safe to do so, but in the meantime we, along with the UUSU, want to mark your achievements. We want to bring the academic year to a close with an interactive virtual showcase celebrating the Class of 2020 on Thursday 23rd July. It will be hosted on this webpage so please save the date in your diary and join us to celebrate then.
Ulster University’s Interim Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Bartholomew, would like to pass on a message of congratulations to the Class of 2020 and advise on the support available to graduates.
Celebrating the UU Class of 2020
Class of 2020 Digital yearbook
Share a special message with your classmates and lecturers as a keepsake of your time at UU.
Get involved and be entered into the draw to win 1 of 2 iPads!
We will be uploading all of your photos and messages to our digital yearbook social wall on this webpage throughout July and August so make sure to check it out.
Celebrating the Class of 2020
The last few months have seen extensive restrictions put in place due to COVID-19, and as such the University has had to follow the strict government advice and make the extremely difficult decision to postpone summer graduation ceremonies this June and July.
We will continue to follow the government advice closely and advise you on a new date for graduations as soon as possible.
In the meantime we are working with the UUSU and our student body to plan an exciting day of virtual celebrations in the near future to celebrate our Class of 2020.
All academic qualifications are awarded by the University Senate which is continuing to meet and to make all necessary decisions.
Although the graduation ceremonies have been postponed, all students who have successfully completed their course will receive their certificate of their degree award and transcript by post in mid to late August.
Welcome to your alumni network!
Life at Ulster doesn’t stop once you graduate – Stay in touch!
Find out about the many benefits of keeping in touch with UU, including making connections and networking.
Postgraduate Study at UU
Thinking of your next steps after graduation? Why not continue into postgraduate study to build the career you desire and create your own pathway? Our postgrads on average earn £8,000 more per year than graduates and with our flexible study options and wide range of opportunities, there really is something for everyone.
Everything you need to know before your graduation.
Congratulations on successfully completing your course. You will receive your award certificate by post in August.
Celebrate your achievement with a graduation hoodie or T-shirt featuring the names of you and your classmates!
UnLock Your Future
UnLockU is a bespoke employability programme developed for the Class of 2020. UnLockU will support you in working towards a bright future through personalised 1-1 support and by reconnecting you with industry and employers. Work through our 3 fundamentals to UnLock Your Network, UnLock Your Skills and UnLock Your Ambition.