Caps, gowns and smiles during UB graduation
Bright, carefree faces have been crowding a drift of a University of Ballarat’s Mt Helen Campus, as graduation ceremonies have been hold over a past week.
Of a 1110 graduating students, yesterday was a spin of Education, Arts, Science, Information Technology and Engineering.
Megan McCrae, 23, a with a Bachelor of Education (Primary) graduate, pronounced it has been a rewarding journey.
“We didn’t have many hours and it was tough to find a offset lifestyle, though I’m not nervous. I’m only happy to be behind here to locate adult with everyone.”
Megan Grant, 23, also graduating with a Bachelor of Education, said: “I’m a bit nervous, though especially about descending over and habit malfunctions in general.”
Vice-chancellor Professor David Battersby pronounced a day was a high indicate of a university calender.
“It is a arise when we applaud with a graduates for all their achievements,” he said.