Once the Board of Graduate Studies have informed you that you have been approved for your degree, you are invited to sign up for any of Clare Hall’s 2022 Graduation Dates:
23 July 2022 - Ceremony Full
10 September 2022
22 October 2022
26 November 2022
You can do so by filling out the Graduation Form, which you can get from the Tutorial Office firstname.lastname@example.org.
Normally, you have the option to graduate in person or in absentia. If you choose to graduate in absentia, you will not be able to return at a later date to graduate in person.
If you graduated in absentia during the pandemic while no in person graduation was possible, you can now attend a congregation to celebrate your degree.
The exact timings of the ceremony will be circulated to graduands by Monday morning preceding the Saturday congregation. Clare Hall tends to be timetabled in the afternoon, but this can change.
Guests are now permitted to attend the Senate House and are welcome at the Graduation Dinner in college the evening before. Each student will be allowed 2 guest tickets to Senate House and 2 guests to the Graduation Dinner.
If you require a room overnight for your guests, please complete our accommodation enquiry form.
See your letter from the Tutorial Administrator for arrangements for the Graduation dinner which takes place the night before Graduation. Please bring your gown to the dinner. The Praelector will do a short rehearsal with all graduands. Please note that each graduand is permitted to bring a maximum of 2 guests (in addition to themself) to the dinners.
These are awarded annually to two research students (one in Arts/Humanities and Social Sciences and one in the Sciences) whose completed PhD thesis and publications merit high commendation.
For those who had their degree approved during the calendar year 2021 and wish to be considered for a Salje Medal, please submit the following to the Tutorial Office (email@example.com) by 28 February 2022 :
• a summary of your thesis topic (up to 400 words in clear, non-specialised English)
• your examiners’ reports
• a CV of your publications and other academic activities.