On Wednesday 24 October 2012, more than 2,400 undergraduate students and guests from over 65 countries took part in Imperial College London’s 2012 graduation ceremonies at the Royal Albert Hall.
The graduating students were joined by some 7,000 family and friends as the College hosted three ceremonies for the first time, to accommodate demand from guests to be part of the occasion. Alongside academic accomplishments, a number of students were also recognised for their achievements in other areas of College life. Receiving Student Awards for Outstanding Achievement were Kadhim Shubber from the Department of Physics, Jason Parmar and Marco Couch (both Chemistry), Nicolas Massie (Medicine), and Charlotte Ivison (Life Sciences), who have all been nominated by senior members of college staff for their contribution to student welfare, the College’s outreach work, and charity.
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Morning ceremony – Faculty of Natural Sciences
Afternoon ceremony – Faculty of Engineering
Evening ceremony – Faculty of Medicine