Guests attending the Convocation are to bring along their invitation cards for admission. Please note that children below 6 years of age will not be allowed into the theatre. Mobile devices are to be switched off or set to silent mode during the ceremony.
Schedule of Ceremonies
here to view the Convocation schedule
here to see a listing of the programme
Guests must be seated in the theatre by:
10.30am (for Ceremony 1 only)
9.30am/ 1.30pm/ 5.30pm (for all ceremonies except Ceremony 1)
Seating is on a first-come-first served basis at the stall seats (at basement 1) and circle seats (at level 2).
As the convocation is a solemn occasion, guests are requested to remain in their seats throughout the ceremony and to refrain from leaving the theatre during the ceremony.
During the convocation ceremony, guests should not leave their seats to take photographs, so as to avoid obstruction to the graduates as they move up the stage and back to their seats. Orders for on-stage close-up shots may be placed with the official photographer at their booth located in the foyer of Nanyang Auditorium.
At the end of the ceremony, guests should remain in their seats until the last graduate has left the theatre.
Traffic Control and Parking
For those coming by car:
You can make use of the car parks on a first-come first served basis subject to availability. Please refer to the following
NTU Carpark for details on the car parks available in NTU and their charges. Please park in only white lots as yellow lots are for designated owners.
During Ceremony 1, car park A will be largely reserved for the University's official guests and staffs who are officiating the event. Please follow the direction of the Campus Wardens during the convocation.
Special Assistance for Guests
For guests with accessibility challenges (e.g. wheelchair-bound or on crutches, etc), please have the graduate contact Academic Governance & Support via email (email@example.com) for special arrangements to be made.