UoM Graduation Ceremonies 2016 / 2017
University of Malta Graduation ceremonies 2016
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Graduation schedule 2016
Wednesday 8 November 2016 at 16:00
Academic Oration by Professor Godfrey Baldacchino [PDF]
Thursday 17 November 2016 at 16:30
Academic Oration by Professor Patricia Vella de Fremeaux [PDF]
Graduand’s Speech by Stefano Filletti [PDF]
Academic Oration by Professor Ing. Kenneth P. Camilleri [PDF]
Graduand’s Speech by Malcolm Caligari Conti [PDF]
Graduand’s Speech by David Pace [PDF]Monday 28 November 2016 at 16:30
Graduand’s Speech by Carmel Abela [PDF]Tuesday 29 November 2016 at 16:30
Monday 5 December 2016 at 16:30
Academic Oration by Dr Vincent Cassar [PDF]
Graduand’s Speech by Stefano Moncada [PDF]
Tuesday 6 December 2016 at 16:30
Academic Oration by Dr Dione Mifsud [PDF]
Graduand’s Speech by Daniella Zerafa [PDF]
List of graduates
Graduation booklet 2016: essential information
Information on the academic dress standards at the University of Malta are available by clicking on the following links:
- Doctorate Degrees [PDF]
- Master Degrees [PDF]
- Bachelor Degrees [PDF]
- Postgraduate Diplomas/Undergraduate Diplomas/Certificates [PDF]
Graduation Thanksgiving Masses
The Graduation Thanksgiving Masses are being held at St John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta as follows:
- on Monday, 21 November 2016 at 18:30 for the following Faculties: Arts, Education, Engineering, Information and Communication Technology, Laws, Media and Knowledge Sciences, Science and Social Wellbeing
- on Tuesday, 22 November 2016 at 18:30 for the following Faculties: Built Environment, Dental Surgery, Economics, Management and Accountancy, Health Sciences, Medicine and Surgery, Theology and all other Institutes, Centres and School of Performing Arts.
Due to space limitations, only graduands are invited for these Masses. Relatives are kindly asked not to attend. Graduands are reminded that their dress and behaviour should be appropriate for this religious occasion. Furthermore, particularly as University students, we should be conscious that St John’s Co-Cathedral is the foremost artistic treasure of our heritage and every care must be taken not to cause any damage. Female graduands are reminded that they will not be admitted if wearing shoes with pointed or narrow heels. For heel size, as approved by the Curator of St John’s Co-Cathedral, please view the academic dress information sheets above.
University Foundation Day Celebration Concert
The University Foundation Day Celebration Concert and Reception will be held on Friday, 2 December 2016 at 20:00. All details are available at www.um.edu.mt/ufdcc2016.
University of Malta merchandise, photo and video services
Information about official University of Malta merchandise, photography and video service for Graduation Ceremonies 2016 is now available on the MUHC University Sports and Leisure website. For further information graduands may also contact MUHC on +356 2340 8902/6 or send an email to [email protected].
Tufigno Photo Services has been appointed to cover the Ceremonies. The contact number is +356 2124 0441 (shop hours from 09:00 till 12:30). Further information about this service will be sent to graduands in due course. For full details access the website www.tufigno.com or send an email to [email protected].
Video service: All graduation ceremonies and celebratory Masses will be filmed. Further information will be available shortly at www.universitysportsandleisure.com/graduation and graduands will also be able to order a DVD copy of their graduation ceremony.
Graduands are to make sure that all tuition fees, if any are due, have been paid. If fees remain unpaid, the University reserves the right to prohibit a student from graduating.
In compliance with University regulations, ‘Registered students of the University must return all books to the Library upon termination of their course of studies. The University will preclude students who do not abide by this regulation from graduating.’ Graduands are to ensure that all library books borrowed during their course of studies are returned to the Main Library or its branches immediately.