Singapore ceremonies are held twice a year in April and October.
|Saturday 28 October 2023 ||11am|
|Saturday 28 October 2023||5pm|
|Sunday 29 October 2023||11am|
|Sunday 29 October 2023||5pm|
There are some steps you need to complete before you can attend your graduation ceremony. Learn more about attending a ceremony.
Confirm your attendance
Confirm your attendance in MyInfo.
Deadline to confirm attendance is Friday 6 October 2023.
About the ceremony
The fee includes your regalia and admission for yourself and two guests. You can choose to hire or purchase your regalia.
|Award||Ceremony fee for regalia hire||Ceremony fee for regalia purchase|
|Bachelors, honours, certificate and diploma||A$120||A$279|
Your guest tickets and ceremony instructions can be collected when you collect your regalia. You and your guests will need to present your tickets to gain entry.
- Guest tickets will be restricted to two per graduand for each ceremony at this stage. Once the portal has closed two weeks prior to the ceremonies, all graduands registered as attending will be notified by email if there are additional tickets available for your ceremony.
- Children over the age of two years will require a ticket.
- Your guest tickets are in addition to your ticket.
Singapore graduations will be held at the Singapore Conference Hall. Information on directions and parking can be found here.
Murdoch University is committed to providing universal access to our events. Please contact Completion and Graduations at least two weeks before the ceremony if you require assistance so suitable arrangements can be organised. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.
What to wear
You must wear the complete Murdoch University academic regalia for the award you are receiving, or the regalia for previous awards.
Pronunciation of your name
To ensure your name is pronounced correctly during the ceremony, advise Completion and Graduations of the correct pronunciation at least two weeks before.
Collect your tickets and regalia
Your regalia and guest tickets must be collected before your ceremony. They will be available for collection from the foyer of the Singapore Conference Hall, 7 Shenton Way, Singapore at the following times:
|To be confirmed||To be confirmed|
On the day
Each graduation ceremony starts promptly and follows a set program. You need to arrive on time to register and take your seat so you don’t miss out.
|Registration – Conference Hall foyer||9am to 10:15am|
|Graduand seating and briefing||10:30am|
|The ceremony||11am to 12.30pm (approximately)|
|Registration – Conference Hall foyer||3pm to 4:15pm|
|Graduand seating and briefing||4:30pm|
|The ceremony||5pm to 6.30pm (approximately)|
Accepting your certificate
As you reach the stage your name will be checked before it is announced. Once announced, walk across the stage to the Chancellor to receive your certificate. The ceremony photographer will be positioned in front of the stage to take a photo of the presentation. Following this you will then continue across the stage where an usher will direct you back to the graduand seating area.
After the ceremony
To make your night run more smoothly, arrange in advance where you will meet your guests after the ceremony. Waiting at the exits can cause congestion.
Return your regalia
Hired regalia must be returned to the regalia desk before you leave.
Studio and Stage Photography
Photographers will be available before and after the ceremony for studio portraits. A range of photo package options are available for you to choose from. Further information will be provided shortly.
Ceremony dates are subject to change. Under no circumstances shall the University be liable for any actual or alleged loss by a ticket holder or another arising from the change of date, cancellation or postponement of the event; this includes but is not limited to travel, accommodation and subsistence costs, or any loss of business or earnings due to the cancellation or postponement of the graduation ceremony.
The safety and wellbeing of our community is the number one priority for Murdoch University. Our graduation ceremonies will continue to adhere to current Government COVID-19 restrictions at the time of the event to provide an experience that enables us to celebrate in a safe manner.