Celebrate with the Class of 2020

Welcome to Abertay’s Virtual Graduation Celebration

Dear 2020 Graduates,

The warmest of welcomes to your online Graduation celebration! We hope you’re managing to share this momentous occasion alongside family, friends and classmates either in person or online.

Whilst this may not be the send-off you were expecting, lockdown can’t detract from the incredible achievements you’ve made in getting to this point. Graduation, be it virtual or face to face, is a time to reflect on the years of hard work you’ve put in to your studies, the journey you’ve made personally and the commitment you’ve made professionally. It’s a time to pop your pen down, walk away from your computer or clean up your workbench for a moment and celebrate all things you.

So, what's in store for you tonight? We have congratulatory messages from....

  • Professor Alice Brown, University Chancellor

  • Andrea Cameron, Dean of School of Applied Sciences (SAS)

  • Professor Mohamed Branine, Dean of School of Business, Law and Social Sciences (BLSS)

  • Professor Gregor White, Dean of School of Design and Informatics (SDI)

  • Professor Nia White, Dean of Graduate School

  • Professor Nigel Seaton, University Principal and Vice-Chancellor

... as well as classmates and Alumni. 

After watching the celebration, scroll down and have a look at your specific course page where you’ll find celebratory messages from your Programme Leader and a list of your graduating class. There’s also information highlighting how we can continue to support you in the early years of your career.

So, without further ado… let’s kick off the celebrations! Congratulations on this significant milestone, and we wish you the very best for your future careers.

Cheers to the Class of 2020… and welcome to the Abertay Alumni Network!

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