2022 Doctoral Degrees Graduation ceremony

Students and staff are are invited to help celebrate this year’s doctoral degree graduates by tuning in to the event livestream.

The Doctoral Degrees Graduation ceremony will be held on Friday 13 May at Storey Hall and is an opportunity for us to come together and celebrate the achievements of our doctoral graduates.

More than 65 graduating students from the Colleges of Business and Law; Design and Social Context; and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics will be presented by RMIT’s new Chancellor, Peggy O’Neal AO. 

Event details:

Date: Friday 13 May

Time: 3 – 4pm

Watch the live stream

This is such an important milestone for our graduating students and the family and friends who have supported them through their studies”, said Connie Merlino, RMIT’s Academic Registrar.

“It will be wonderful to join together as a community to celebrate and acknowledge their dedication, hard work and outstanding achievements.”

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