Find detailed information regarding your ceremony on our Student e:Vision portal (Student log-in required)
The December graduation ceremonies will be streamed live here
Ceremonies will take place between 8th and 18th September 2020 for students who have been completed with an award by Friday 7th August 2020. Further information will be published in the New Year.
Graduation ceremonies will take place between Tuesday 8th and Friday 18th September for students who have been completed with an award by Friday 7th August. Further information to follow.
Celebrate your achievements with family and friends at a University of Wolverhampton graduation ceremony.
How to Apply
Graduation applications (including purchasing tickets) are managed via students' e:Vision account. Applications will open in the Spring.
All guest tickets must be purchased via the graduation page of e:Vision.
All graduates must wear smart attire to their ceremony. Students not wearing the correct academic gown will not be presented for their award.
Students should order their gown from Ede and Ravenscroft.
The University's official photographer offers portrait and presentation photography services at graduation. Visit H Tempest's website for more information.
Digital photos are taken of each finalist as they are presented with their award. These can be purchased immediately after the ceremony.
You can also view and purchase your graduation portraits online. Just visit Tempest Photography.
Please use the University's Official Appointed Graduation Photography Service
The University has appointed Tempest Photography as its official Graduation Photography service. Please be aware that other photographers may approach you. They may even try to persuade you that they are official. They are not. Should any other supplier approach you offering photography services, please understand that they do so without the approval, authorisation or consent of your University and and the standards of the service they offer cannot be assured. Any commission the University obtains through its contract with Tempest Photography is re-invested into enhancing the student experience. If you choose to take up their alternative service, you risk using a supplier with;
- no permission to use the University crest
- No foil-blocking on mounts
- Limited product range
- Poor after-sales service
- Flawed studio set-up
- Negligible or no industry qualifications
- Inferior equipment, paper and mounts
- Environmentally unsound processes
For peace of mind and to ensure your day and your achievement are commemorated in the way they deserve to by, choose Tempest Photography.
- Official University Crest - foil-blocked onto mounts
- Studio Photography - Qualified portrait photographers
- Ceremony Photography - You receiving your award
- Environmental Policy - fully vetted by your University
- Technology - The most advanced digital laboratory in Europe
- Products - Matchless range of high-quality packs and frames
- After-sales - Always somebody ready to take your call
- Special Offers - Free mini-prints
All the information that you need to ensure that your day runs smoothly will be available here.
Celebrate graduation in style!
8pm - midnight, Friday 18 September 2020
@ Grand Station, Wolverhampton
Tickets only £25 - includes:
Drink on arrival
Canapes served during the evening
Live band and DJ
If you need to contact a member of staff please log any questions regarding graduation on the Evision Helpdesk via your Evision account on the current students webpage.
Once you graduate you become alumni of the University of Wolverhampton and members of the Alumni Association.
Our Alumni Association community is more than 140,000 graduates strong from over 130 countires worldwide.
It's like the Students' Union for you after graduation, here to support you for life, both professionally and socially, including professional networking, career support, invitation to professional and social events, and providing help organising reunions.
Also, there is a host of ways in which you can give back and support your alma mater, whether it be by becoming a mentor, providing a class talk to current students, writing a career case study, and more.
Tell is the best way to stay in touch - visit your Alumni Association!