We're so very proud of what you have achieved, and it’s been an absolute pleasure to be part of your journey.
Our graduation ceremonies are designed to be a celebration of you, and we welcome friends & whānau to be part of the day. We recognise and acknowledge the diversity of our graduates and seeing the ways different cultures celebrate achievements is one of the highlights of our graduation ceremonies.
We've made sure the formalities are concise, yet appropriately weighted for your achievement, and have included plenty of time to get together with your cohort, friends and whānau and take photos afterwards.
Who is eligible?
The following cohorts will be eligible to graduate in the September 2023 Graduation Ceremony.
Postgraduate Certificate in Digital and Collaborative Learning - August 2022
Human Potential for the Digital Economy - July 2022 and October 2022
Leading Change for Good - February 2022, June 2022, and September 2022
Master of Technological Futures - Gen 16P, Gen 17F, Gen 17P, and Gen 18F
Master of Contemporary Education - C8P, C9P, and C11F
What you need to know
Here is everything you need to know if you're graduating from The Mind Lab or Tech Futures Lab in September 2023.
Date and time Friday 22nd September, 2023
Doors open at 9:15am. Registration closes at 10.30am. Ceremony starts at 11.00am.
Registration: You'll need to register when you arrive at the venue to ensure your name is read out on the day. Registration closes at 10.30am
Applying to graduate
You can apply to graduate in person or in absentia. You need to apply to graduate in order to receive your physical qualification, even if you aren't graduating in person. Applications to graduate close Sunday 27th August 2023.
Your ability to graduate will be confirmed once we are able to ratify that all of your programme requirements have been met. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Graduation is a formal celebration, you're required to wear the correct academic regalia for your qualification, and you can hire your regalia from Academic Dress Hire.
Feel free to also wear traditional wear in honour of your culture or home country, such as a korowai, traditional flower garland or sari.
Each graduating student will be able to bring up to 2 guests to the ceremony to celebrate with them. Please indicate how many people you are bringing when you apply to graduate, and if this number changes please get in touch. While we'd love to have everybody join us on the day, seating at the venue is limited so we ask that you please only bring your allocated guests with you, so that it is fair for all graduates and their whanau.
If you’d like to request to bring more guests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will let you know if more places become available once applications to graduate close.
If you’d like to request to bring more guests, please contact email@example.com and we will let you know if more places become available.
GRADUATING WITH US
What do I do next?
Apply to graduate
Applications to graduate in person or in absentia close on Sunday the 27th of August, 2023. Please press on register and fill the required information we need to process your graduation. Once you've registered, we'll keep in touch in the lead up to graduation, with all the key information that you need to know.
Book your regalia
Your graduation is a formal celebration and we encourage you to dress appropriately. You are required to wear the correct academic regalia for your qualification, and you can hire your regalia from Academic Dress Hire. Click here to hire your regalia.
Get ready to celebrate
Once you've confirmed your application to graduation, you're ready to graduate! If you have any questions, or need to change any details in your registration, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org