UoM Takes Back Decision regarding this Year’s Graduation

Posted On July 8, 2020

After student organizations and graduating students themselves expressed their outrage on social media yesterday about the University of Malta’s decision, an email was sent to graduating students late in the evening that the University of Malta was taking back its initial decision.

The email stated;

The University has taken note of the huge disappointment of our graduating students and their families at the decision regarding holding of Graduation Ceremonies in February/March of next year. The University will find solutions to the practical challenges which holding these ceremonies in November/December 2020 entail so that our graduands can celebrate their big day as they normally do, that is, during the months of November and December.

Seems like the normal graduation in November/December is back on!

Written by Corrine Zahra

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