Students prepare for prestigious graduation ceremony

St Margaret's Church in Lowestoft will host the graduation ceremony. PHOTO: Nick Butcher

St Margaret's Church in Lowestoft will host the graduation ceremony. PHOTO: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

Dedicated students will be rewarded for years of hard work as a special graduation ceremony takes centre stage.

Parents, staff and students will celebrate as the annual University of Suffolk at East Coast College, Lowestoft campus graduation ceremony is held on Saturday, October 13.

The prestigious graduation ceremony recognises the significant achievements of the students, with proud family members watching on as the students successes are marked at St Margaret's Church in Lowestoft.

Foundation degrees and degrees in arts, social care, health programmes and sport are set to be conferred by the vice chancellor of the University of Suffolk, Helen Langton.

Check back on this website later for a report and pictures.


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