Heriot-Watt University will be holding both Summer and Winter graduation ceremonies in Malaysia.  The ceremonies in Summer 2018 will be take place in the:

Alam Warisan Ballroom
Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
No. 2 Jalan P5/5, Precinct 5
62200 Putrajaya,
Malaysia
Phone:  603 8890 0000

Malaysia graduation ceremonies

Malaysia June 2018
School Discipline Time
Sunday 15 July 2018    
School of Social Sciences All 10.30am
Centre for Academic Leadership and Development PGCAP 10.30am
School of Engineering and Physical Sciences All 10.30am
Edinburgh Business School All 10.30am
     
School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society All 3pm
School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences All 3pm
School of Textiles and Design All 3pm

 

Applications

Online application will open in April.

Eligibility

Students can apply to graduate before they receive their final results. However, please ensure that you are eligible to graduate by checking your results online. If you do not receive an award decision permitting you to graduate you will not be able to attend the ceremony, even if you have applied to do so.

Outstanding debt

Please make sure you settle any outstanding debts by 24 May 2018.

Guest tickets

You must indicate how many guest tickets you require on the online graduation application. Guest tickets will not be posted out but will be available to collect from the venue on the day of the ceremony. Tickets entitle guests to attend the ceremony and the reception afterwards.

Gown hire and photography

Gown hire and photography services for the Malaysia ceremony are provided by Ede & Ravenscroft.

Order forms will be available in due course.

On the day

Further information will be available in due course.

Additional information for Malaysia Campus Students

The MOE, Malaysia has made it mandatory for all Malaysia campus students who are graduating, to participate in an online survey called the Tracer Study. Your participation and feedback in this survey is vital to the Ministry and also to Heriot-Watt University in improving the standard of Malaysian education system.

Read more about the Tracer Study.