Tickets and seat allocation

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Guaranteed tickets
Two guest tickets are guaranteed for each graduand, if requested at the time of registration and before the deadline of Friday 14 April. This is in addition to your own ticket as a graduand. 

Additional tickets
It is unlikely that tickets over the two guaranteed will be available. However, if further tickets are available, you will be notified via email in early June. 

Downloading tickets
Your e-ticket (containing seat numbers for you and your guests), along with your statement of final results, will be available via myResults from 2pm on Friday 7 July. 

On your statement of final results, you will see a link to 'Graduation Information'. Your e- ticket will show the seat numbers allocated to you and your guests and this will be required on the day. You need to download this information and have it available electronically or printed out. Provide your guests with copies.

If you are graduating on Friday 14 July your tickets will be emailed to you on Friday 7 July. 

Special seating arrangements
Inform us of any specific access requirements or special assistance you or your guests may need, eg: wheelchair access, printed material etc, by completing the relevant section of the graduation registration form.

Once tickets have been allocated, we may not be able to accommodate special arrangements but we will do our best to meet these requirements.

If you require the loan of a wheelchair for the day visit your local British Red Cross Association

Children over the age of three will require a ticket for the ceremony.

Due to the length and formal nature of proceedings we do not recommend bringing young children to the ceremony. Guests with young children may wish to watch the ceremony live in the Auditorium in the Students' Union, where the atmosphere is informal and tickets aren’t required.

Children are not permitted on the platform at any time.

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