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Graduation 2010

Almost 300 graduants enjoyed the ceremonies at Doncaster Minster.

Almost three hundred students graduated from University Centre Doncaster.

 

The lavish ceremonies took place over three days (November 23-25) at Doncaster Minster after processions from Doncaster College's Hub campus.

 

Gervase Phinn was inaugurated as chancellor of Doncaster Children's University.

Tuesday’s ceremony celebrated Relate Institute and Humanities and Social Sciences students graduating. Guest speaker was well known author Gervase Phinn, he was also inaugurated as Chancellor of the Doncaster Children’s University.

 

Wednesday's ceremony saw Creative Arts and Health and Social Care students graduate while Commercial Enterprise, Doncaster Business School and Advanced Technology students graduated on Thursday.

 

The Marie Morton-Cowell award for outstanding dedication of purpose went to

Vytautas Grybus and the Polypipe award went to Martin Womack

 

University Centre Doncaster runs a host of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses from its High Melton and Hub bases. Further details are available by calling 0800 358 7474 or visiting www.don.ac.uk.

 

Updated 29/11/2010



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