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Published on Thursday 1st of August 2019

This past week, QA students celebrated the success of their university experience in beautiful graduation ceremonies.

Ulster University London and Birmingham students gathered at Painters Hall, London, on a wet but sunny day where they were rewarded for their achievements, and created memories that would last a lifetime. Graduating from varying programmes including Master of Business Administration, Master of Science and Associate Bachelor’s Degrees, students were able to enjoy the day with family and friends as well as members of our academic team.

Their success allows them to join the Ulster University alumni of more than 180,000 students across the globe.

Further into the week, students of the University of Roehampton followed in these footsteps by celebrating their success at London Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall. The stunning views of the notable venue were complemented by the gathering of friends and family, even if it did rain for most of the day!

Renowned children’s author, Jacqueline Wilson, delivered a key note speech in her role as University Chancellor that inspired our students for their future endeavours.

The day also held significant importance as it celebrated our first intake of International Foundation Programme students, who have now completed their undergraduate programmes in varying subjects.

We would like to congratulate our Ulster University London and Birmingham and University of Roehampton students in their successful achievements, and wish them all the best in their future.

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