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Graduations Move to Belfast

The University of Ulster’s graduation ceremonies move to Belfast’s Waterfront Hall today, where they will continue for the remainder of the week.

Over the next three and a half days students who studied at the University’s Jordanstown and Belfast campuses will receive awards ranging from diplomas to degrees and doctorates.

The Belfast ceremonies got underway this morning when students from

Access and Distributed Learning, the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Art, Design and the Built Environment (excluding the School of the Built Environment) took to the stage to accept their awards.

During the morning ceremony, the honorary degree of Doctor of Science (DSc) was conferred on Rachel Sheila Allen in recognition of her contribution to culinary arts.


At the afternoon ceremony students from the Faculty of Art, Design and the Built Environment (School of the Built Environment only) and the Faculty of Social Sciences (School of Education only) received their awards.

Daniel Joseph Murphy received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science (DSc), in recognition of his contribution to sport and community relations.


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