GMIT Graduation - Conferring of Awards 2017

GMIT Graduation

Please find the schedule and information on invitations, tickets and gowns below.


LETTERFRACK - Friday, 3rd November, 2017

Venue: Ellis Hall, GMIT Letterfrack

2pm - All Graduands


GALWAY - Thursday & Friday, 16th & 17th November, 2017

Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Galway

Thursday, 16th November, 2017

11am - Graduands School of Engineering

2.30pm - Graduands College of Tourism and Arts      

  • Centre for the Creative Arts and Media
  • Department of Heritage and Tourism
  • Department of Humanities, Applied Languages and Communications 

5.30pm - Graduands College of Tourism and Arts

  • Department of Culinary Arts
  • Department of The Service Industries

Friday, 17th November, 2017

11am - Graduands School of Science & Computing 

3.30pm - Graduands School of Business (including the BSc in Agriculture and Environmental Management)


MAYO - Friday, 24th November, 2017

Venue: To be confirmed

11.30am -  All Graduands




1. Conferring Invitations

Conferring Invitations and Information Packs will be posted to the home/mailing address of graduands at least two weeks in advance of the ceremonies.

(Please notify the Admissions Office using the Change of Details form if your address has changed since your examinations/registration. Please email the updated form to Admissions)             


2. Guest Tickets

To comply with health and safety regulations, guest numbers are limited.

All graduands are entitled to two Guest Invitations.  However, in sessions where there are smaller numbers and space allows, graduands will be issued with three Guest Invitations.


3. Graduation Gowns

A PREPAY BOOKING SERVICE (online or post) will open mid-October, 2017.


*** Further information on the Graduation will issue shortly ***



The ceremonies are managed by the Admissions Office, Office of Academic Affairs.

Contact details are as follows:

Tel: +353 91 742305/2140
Email: Admissions Office

Email: Anne Donnelly

Email: Samantha Flaherty

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