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30 best pictures as in-person Dundee University graduations return for first time in two years

Dundee University students have enjoyed in-person graduations for the first time in two years.

Thursday’s Caird Hall ceremonies are the first break from virtual events since November 2019.

Our photographer Kim Cessford was there to capture the smiles and celebrations.


Dorothy Hayden and Jule Beckmann graduated as teachers in primary education.
MSc Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Technology graduates, Jean de Dieu Rukundo and Godfrey Asiimwe, with Carolina Tizeba (left) and Esther Njeri (right).
Mahmud Talha graduated from the School of Medicine.
Lesley Robertson, Charli Warren (Masters Social Work) and Iris Warren.
Sarah Hawco (PhD School of Medicine) with little James (3).
Education Psychology graduates, Bethany Howell, Jenny Thorne, Danielle McShane, Lucy Halavage and Gwen Hobbs.
Graduates and their relatives arrive for the ceremony.
Bethany Howell, Jenny Thorne, Danielle McShane and Lucy Halavage (Education Psychology graduates).
Dorothy Hayden and Jule Beckmann graduated as teachers in primary education.
Graduates congratulate each other.
Graduates and their relatives arrive for the ceremony.
Sophie Anthony graduated with a Masters in Social Work.
Susan, Amy (Post Graduate in Education) and Robert Robb.
Graduates take selfies to record the event.
Brenda, Megan (Post Graduate in Education) and Jonathan Hendry.
Megan Hendry, Eva Innes and Amy Robb (Post Graduate in Education).
Sophie Anthony (Masters in Social Work).
Rachael Davie, Rebecca Buchanan, Rachel Flucker, Louise Burnett and Marnie Whitefield (Masters in Social Work).
Selfies to record the event.
Abeer (Masters in Medicine) and Mohamad El Samad.
Graduates chat with family and friends after the ceremony.
Proud family and friends take photos after the ceremony.
The High School of Dundee pipe band provide musical entertainment.
Graduates emerge after the ceremony.
Happy faces in the crowd.
The High School of Dundee pipe band entertain the crowds.
Scott McMillan, who graduated with a Masters in Science Research, and his son Kaelan (3).
Proud family, Nicola, Eva Innes (Post Graduate in Education) and Steven Dalrymple.
The High School of Dundee pipe band provided musical entertainment.
Proud graduates take selfies to record the event.
The dignitaries are led by Lord Provost Ian Borthwick from the Caird Hall following the graduation ceremony.
Masters in Science and Education Technology graduates pose for a group photo.

Dundee University students enjoy first in-person graduations for two years

 

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