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GMIT Graduation


Congratulations on your exam success! 

Subject to public health advice, your graduation experience will consist of an online element and in-person event.

Online element

This will involve congratulatory messages from GMIT’s President and Governing Body Chairperson which will be available to view the evening before your graduation on the following platforms:

Graduation ceremony

The in-person event will involve a graduation ceremony - see the Graduation Schedule for details on ceremony dates/times/venues. 

Other essential information, including programme specific ceremony information, will be available here shortly.

Guest Tickets

Tickets are strictly limited to two guest tickets per student to the ceremony and to the reception afterwards. Unfortunately, requests for extra tickets cannot be considered as attendance is being limited to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

However, your guests can watch the ceremony online as it will be live streamed on GMIT’s Facebook and YouTube Channel.

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