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Notice of the Graduation Ceremony for the 2015 Academic Year

Oct. 30, 2015

The Meiji University Graduation Ceremony for the 2015 Academic Year will be held as follows.      
Owing to the capacity of Nippon Budokan, there will be two ceremonies, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Notices of determination of graduation/completion of studies will be sent by post in the early part of March 2016, once these determinations have been made in the respective undergraduate and graduate schools. Please confirm the details of the Graduation Ceremony, which will be noted on the above notice of determination of graduation/completion of studies.  

Date: March 26, 2016 (Sat.)

Morning ceremony
Start: 10:00 AM (doors scheduled to be open at 9:00 AM); Finish: 11:00 AM (scheduled)
Schools of Political Science and Economics, Arts and Letters, Science and Technology, and Agriculture; Graduate Schools; and Law School

Afternoon ceremony
1:30 PM (doors scheduled to be open at 12:30 PM); Finish: 2:30 PM (scheduled)
Schools of Law, Commerce, Business Administration, Information and Communication, and Global Japanese Studies; and Professional Graduate School

* Attendance of ceremonies outside of enrolled Schools and Graduate Schools is not permitted.

Place: Nippon Budokan (2-3 Kitanomaru-Koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Access: Exit at the Kudanshita Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai and Hanzomon Lines or the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line
* Parking is not available on the site.

Requesting your cooperation: Owing to the limited capacity of Nippon Budokan, attendance by relatives will be restricted to two persons per student, in order to assure the safe execution of the ceremony.
When entering the venue, relatives are asked to present the Ticket for Relatives printed on the notice of the determination of graduation/completion of studies.

Other matters: Notice to all students planning to graduate/complete their studies this Academic Year
Meiji University is soliciting photographs for showing in advance of the opening ceremony at the Graduation Ceremony.
For more details, see this link.