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Students graduate from BU’s Faculty of Science and Technology

[2019.11.07, Thu 16:03] Around 1,100 students from BU's Faculty of Science and Technology graduated in two ceremonies at Bournemouth International Centre. They were joined by over 3,600 of their friends and family for both the ceremonies and the reception afterwards, where they could celebrate with a glass of fizz while listening to the Bournemouth University Big Band, and pose for photos on a giant deckchair. The ceremonies were also watched live online by people from across the world, including viewers in Korea, Canada and the Faroe Islands. Graduates from fields including computing, archaeology and anthropology, design and psychology were joined by Honorary Doctorate recipients Canon Dr Bill Merrington and Valerie Pitt-Rivers CVO, DL. Honorary awards are conferred to outstanding individuals who embody BU's qualities and values. "He said:"One of the jobs of the chaplain was to come to all of the graduation ceremonies so I think I've done probably 60, so it is very familiar but on the other hand it is obviously quite different to get an Honorary Doctorate. For the past five years, she has served as a BU Pro-Chancellor. Bournemouth University's graduation ceremonies take place from 4-8 November 2019, with over 4,000 students graduating in total across the week.
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