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ABOUT WELTEC » Graduation 2017

THURSDAY 6 APRIL: GRADUATION PARADES

Due to the weather, the parades planned as part of today's graduation ceremonies have been cancelled. The graduation itself will continue as per all prior plans. Please be at the Michael Fowler Centre, at least 30 minutes before your ceremony starts.

 

 

Graduation 2017

 

Applications for this year’s graduation ceremony are now closed.

Things you need to know:
 
You can attend a ceremony – details below. You must apply to attend a ceremony by 1 March 2017. Or you can receive it by post – this is free and you can do this at any time.
 

 Click here to apply online.

 
For more information contact graduation@weltec.ac.nz
 
 
Graduation Ceremonies 2017
 
Graduation is an important occasion! It is the culmination of all your hard work during your time at WelTec.
 
Graduation is a proud day for you, your family and your friends. It's a chance to celebrate all that you have achieved and we really look forward to sharing this special day with you!
 
Wellington: Thursday 6 April 2017, Michael Fowler Centre, Wakefield Street, Wellington City
 
Ceremony 1 - 12:00pm
  • Addictions, Counselling and Health Studies
  • Animal Health and Husbandry
  • Business Studies
  • CVLS
  • Foundation Studies
  • Information Technology
  • Office Administration and Computing
  • Social Services
  • Youth Development
Ceremony 2 - 4:00pm
  • Built Environment
  • Construction Trades
  • Creative Technologies
  • Engineering Technologies
  • Engineering Trades
  • Exercise Science
  • Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy and Make-up Artistry
  • Hospitality and Tourism

Auckland: TBC

There will be a street procession prior to each ceremony.

These are formal graduation ceremonies and can run for up to 2 hours. Out of respect, all graduands and guests are requested to stay for the duration of the ceremony.


Diplomas, Degree and Post-Graduate students*

Students graduating in the following programmes must also submit a completion form:

*Certificate students in these areas must also submit a completion form.

All other certificate students will be graduated automatically.