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  1. Graduation ceremony hood colours Updated Coloured hoods are worn with the appropriate academic dress for graduation ceremonies at the University of Otago. The Academic Dress Statute details the colours used for the hoods depending on the... Staff login required Last updated: 13/09/2021
  2. Degree certificate dimensions Updated The size of the University of Otago degree certificate is 25.2cm (height) x 34.7cm (length). Staff login required Last updated: 13/09/2021
  3. Academic regalia hire for graduation Updated Regalia can be collected from the basement at the north end of the Geology Building. Collection and return dates and times are available on the Graduation website in the relevant Graduation Ceremony... Staff login required Last updated: 08/09/2021
  4. Graduation ceremony dates Updated Graduation ceremonies are normally held in May, August, and December each year. Two ceremonies are held on some dates and the start times of the ceremonies vary. Information about ceremony and... Staff login required Last updated: 08/09/2021
  5. Replacement degree certificates Updated Hardcopy replacements Replacement degree certificates can only be produced when the original has been lost, damaged, or destroyed. To request a replacement you will need to email the Graduation... Staff login required Last updated: 08/09/2021
  6. Academic dress for graduation ceremonies Updated At your graduation ceremony you will wear a: Cap—the cap for all masters' and bachelors' degrees is a black trencher or mortar board . Doctoral graduands (including PhDs ) wear a black velvet cap... Staff login required Last updated: 13/09/2021
  7. Key dates for graduation applications Updated Applications for the May, August, and December ceremonies normally open in late February, mid-June, and late September respectively. Once confirmed, exact opening and closing dates are noted on the... Staff login required Last updated: 08/09/2021
  8. Graduating in absentia Updated If you are unable or do not wish to attend a graduation ceremony you will need to apply to graduate in absentia. Your degree or diploma will then be sent to you via signature-required courier after... Staff login required Last updated: 08/09/2021
  9. Deferring graduation Updated The University's Degrees and Other Awards Statute stipulates that you must graduate within 12 months of completing your qualification. For example, if you complete your qualification at the end of... Staff login required Last updated: 22/09/2021
  10. Graduation events Updated There are a number of graduation related activities held on the day of each graduation ceremony. All graduands and their whānau are invited to attend these optional events. Graduation brunch Hosted... Staff login required Last updated: 07/09/2021