Booking a degree ceremony:
Information and a booking form can be downloaded from the links on the right.
Degrees can be conferred in person or in absence. For conferral in person, you normally need to go on a waiting list in the first instance (priority goes to current students; once the priority booking period for current students has passed, any remaining places are then offered to those on the waiting lists). Please note: there are currently spaces available on the next degree day, Saturday 15 July (as at 16 May 2017).
Degrees can be conferred in absence on any date, providing applications are received at least 6 weeks in advance.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Assistant Academic Administrator, Emma Standhaft: email@example.com
Degree certificates are only issued once a degree has been officially conferred at a ceremony, either in person or in absence. If you had your degree conferred a number of years ago but didn’t receive a certificate at the time, please download and complete the postal order form from the University’s website.
If you need formal certification that you have completed a course of study, but have not yet had the degree conferred at a ceremony, the University can produce a “degree confirmation letter” for you. Please see the University’s website for information on how to request one.
If your degree certificate is lost, stolen or damaged, you can order a replacement certificate from the University’s Degree Conferrals Office at a cost of £30.
Holders of the Oxford BA or BFA are eligible for the MA "in or after the twenty-first term from his or her matriculation". This is not an automatic process and no reminders will be sent - you should complete a booking form (see the link on the right) at the appropriate time, and return it to the Assistant Academic Administrator, Emma Standhaft (firstname.lastname@example.org)