Graduation marks a significant milestone in your life and we are delighted to celebrate your academic achievements at the upcoming ICMS and Aspire Institute Graduation Ceremony.


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Please read through the below important information to learn more about graduation at ICMS.

1. WHEN does Graduation take place at ICMS?

Friday 17 April 2020


Friday 13 November 2020

2. WHAT does the process of graduating involve? 

To be able to graduate, students are required to go through some important, compulsory steps as explained below; please note that students will not be deemed eligible to graduate outside of this process:







In your final year of study, you should submit an online Completion Nomination Form when you wish to be assessed for the completion of your award.

You will then be assessed for completion after the final grades are released.

Click HERE to access the online nomination form.

If your name is incorrect or includes English nicknames, you must complete the Change of Name or Contact Details form in Student Hub and email the Graduation Committee on with your supporting documents (change of name form and passport) by no later than Friday 20/3/2020.

Failure to email through changes by the relevant date will result in your name being announced and printed incorrectly.

Graduands will have to pay for corrections on official documentation (testamur and transcript) made after the deadline.

Graduands are only invited to attend graduation once their completion has been verified through the governance process involving the BOE, the Academic Board and Board of Directors. 

For the responsibility of each of these bodies, please refer to the Governance Charter.

Once the Board of Examiners has confirmed that you meet all course requirements you will be deemed 'completed' and your course status will be changed to 'complete' in Avantis.

At this point you can request a completion letter (Free of Charge) by completing the Document Request Form and email

Once completed, you will be invited to register in order to attend a graduation ceremony.

To be considered fully registered you will be required to complete the registration link and fully pay the graduation fee of $120.

A registration email will be sent to eligible students 6 weeks prior to the graduation date. Registration will strictly close 3 weeks prior graduation.


Note - Late registrations past the due date will not be accepted.

Once fully registered and once the registration has officially closed, you will receive a confirmation email from the Graduation Team with more information about the event. (Please see below section 3, 4 and 5 for more information).

Please go to the ICMS Online Store to pay your graduation fee.

3. ICMS Graduation Fee of $120. The Graduation Fee includes the following:

  • Maximum 2x guest tickets to the Graduation Ceremony (for additional guest tickets see below)
  • Hire of your academic gown, trencher and hood
  • A robing service to ensure your academic dress looks perfect for the occasion
  • Post-ceremony reception with canapes and drinks for you and your guests
  • An exclusive ICMS Alumni lapel pin
  • An official graduation program
  • A complimentary digital copy of your stage presentation photograph uploaded to social media for you to share (all gowns and caps must be returned by the allocated time. GOWNS NOT RETURNED WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL COST.

4. Additional tickets / Cocktail Party ONLY

  • Extra tickets can be purchased for $25 per person for entry to the cocktail party ONLY
  • A maximum of four (4) additional cocktail party only tickets per Graduand applies subject to availabilty
  • Extra tickets can be purchased through the ICMS Online Store closer to the date of graduation.

Please note that these tickets do not give entry to the official Graduation Ceremony in the Chapel. However, live streaming will be available on the day in a VIP room for additional guests. 

5. Important Information for Registered Students

Please note: