ECS celebrates Graduation
Around 250 ECS students will graduate at ceremonies being held at the Highfield Campus on Friday 18 July.
Students and their families will be coming from around the world to attend the graduation ceremonies and the ECS graduation receptions. The degrees to be awarded are BEng, BSc, MEng, MSc and PhD, in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology in Organisations, Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanical Engineering.
Professor Harvey Rutt, Head of School, will be officiating at the ceremonies for the first time. He will tell the new graduates: 'In the standards you have set in your coursework and project work, your attendance at School events of all kinds, and your willingness to give up time to extend the School’s reputation in the University and among the local community, you have contributed to making ECS the distinctive and dynamic place that has shaped and will continue to shape generations of students.'
Degrees in Computer Science and ITO will be awarded in the morning ceremony at 9.30 in the Turner Sims Concert Hall. The reception afterwards will take place in The Piazza. Degrees in Electronic, Electrical and Electromechanical Engineering will be awarded in the afternoon ceremony at 4.45 in the Turner Sims, with the reception afterwards in The Garden Court.