Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA 31st convocation ceremony programme of events. FUTA convocation ceremonies will hold between Friday, 13th and Saturday, 21st December, 2019.
This is to inform all the 2018/2019 Graduands of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) that the 31st Convocation Ceremony of the University for the award of Certificates, Diplomas and Sub-Degrees, First Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas, Masters’ Degrees, Doctorate Degrees, Conferment of Honorary Degrees and Presentation of Prizes, will take place from Friday, 13th to Saturday, 21st December, 2019 with the following highlights:
The highpoints will be the Award of Certificates, Diplomas and First Degrees on Friday, 20th December and the Award of Postgraduate Diplomas, Masters Degrees, Doctorate Degrees and the Conferment of Honorary Degrees on Saturday 21st December.
FUTA Convocation Ceremonies Programme of Events.
The image below contains the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) Combined 31st Convocation Ceremony schedule of events.
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- Parents, Guardians and members of the public will not be allowed into the Auditorium. A Special Area, where they can follow live proceedings of the ceremony via multimedia platforms, has been designated for Parents, Guardians and friends of Graduating Students and they will be allowed into the Area on the Presentation of Invitation Cards.
- Only officials with appropriate tags and persons with invitation cards will be allowed into events venues. Vehicles with appropriate tags should be parked at designated areas while there will be restriction of vehicles without tags within the Campus
- It is mandatory for graduating students to participate in the academic procession fully dressed in approved academic gowns.
- Academic gowns are limited and will be given out to the graduating students on first come first serve basis after the payment of appropriate fees.
- Graduating students should liase with appropriate officials of their Schools for invitation cords details of the ceremonies and other related instructions.
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