Graduation Ceremonies NOT to be held in November

Posted On November 4, 2020

An email sent today by the University of Malta’s Rector, Professor Alfred J. Vella, confirmed that the 2020 graduation ceremonies will not be held this month as planned due to the current restrictions imposed by the Public Health Authority. 

The message by the Rector read as follows:

The email continues that all graduates will be considered graduated by the end of November with the scrolls being dated to the 20th of November 2020. Graduates will be informed of when to pick up their scroll and the Diploma Supplement later on. 

A later date for the graduation ceremonies will be announced “eventually” in which hopefully a celebration with friends and family will be able to take place, the Rector said.

Written by Sarah Aquilina

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