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A Look At Manchester Met’s Best Moments from Graduation 2019

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By Shawna Healey


Tendai Blessing Torevasei who received three ‘U’ grades at A level, graduated from Manchester Met with a 2:1 in Environmental Management and Sustainability. Tendai made an entrance when she stepped on the stage to accept her degree, where she “hit the woah” and accidentally dropped her cap!

https://twitter.com/MissTindola/status/1151183003172921344

Computer Science (BSc) graduate Sean O’Mahoney shared an inspiring stage selfie with the Manchester Met’s Chancellor, Lord Mandelson.

https://twitter.com/Sean12697/status/1151434173288202242

Matthew Jacques graduated from MMU Cheshire campus with a
PhD in Health and Function of Adults with Muscular Dystrophy.

Dr Cheryl Reynolds shared a proud photo of her daughter Katy who achieved a distinction in Conservation.

Dr Liam Dyer who conferred with His PhD yesterday!

https://twitter.com/Playing_Pasts/status/1151505479295782917

Bethany Wellington achieved a first class honours in Physical Education and Sports Pedagogy.

https://twitter.com/Bethany1307/status/1151481881357107205

Congratulations to Manchester Met’s Class of 2019!

Tag @aAh_mag to be featured in our 2019 Graduation Gallery. #McrMetProud

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Shawna Healey

I'm Shawna, 21, and Welsh studying Geography at MMU. I have varying interests and opinions but usually its all things feminism.

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