Pictured left: Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral played host to Liverpool’s 2014 graduation celebration, allowing visitors to view proceedings in the round and graduands to receive their degrees from Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Howard Newby in one of the city’s most iconic buildings.
Pictured left: A short walk from the Cathedral, Graduates and their guests were able to visit Abercromby Square in the sunshine, where a marquee offering everything from strawberries and cream, to Pimms, coffees and cakes provided a warm welcome.
Pictured left: As well as refreshments, the marquee carried a live stream of each graduation directly from the Cathedral, allowing additional guests to watch each big moment in comfort.
Pictured left: With the sun shining there can be few better places in the city to relax with a drink than Abercromby Square. Graduates and their guests took full advantage of the atmosphere, as live music played and the Pimms flowed.
Pictured left: The newly refurbished Liverpool Guild of Students played a big role this year, with gowns collected and photos taken inside. Here one graduate makes his way back to Abercromby Square past the newly planted living wall.
Pictured left: Magnificent St George’s Hall hosted Graduation Dinner where dignitaries, guests and friends of the University celebrated with Honorary Graduates and watched a film featuring prominent Liverpool alumni, like Melvyn Bragg.