Graduation

The New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry (NSWIOP) has a yearly graduation ceremony hosted at the North Parramatta campus. If a student meets the academic requirements of their course, they may be eligible to graduate. Students who are eligible to graduate will be notified in March of the year following the academic year. Eligible students will be required to notify NSWIOP of their intention to graduate, defer, or progress in their studies. If electing to graduate, you can choose to receive your award at the Graduation Ceremony or via mail if you are unable to attend the Graduation Ceremony.

Preparing for Graduations

Check eligibility

If a student meets the academic requirements of their course, they may be eligible to graduate. Students who are identified as eligible to graduate will be notified in early March. Eligible students will be required to notify NSWIOP of their intention to graduate, defer, or progress in their studies.

If you have any queries regarding your graduation eligibility, please contact your Course Coordinator or Education Support Officer, contact details are located at the Key Personnel page.

Check personal details

Graduates will be asked to verify their name and contact details when confirming their intention to graduate. Ensuring that your details are correct will ensure that your graduation documents are posted to the correct address in the event you choose not to attend the graduation ceremony. Graduates who fail to update their address details prior to this deadline, may incur costs associated with replacement documents and postage, as well as potential delays in receiving their documents.

Ceremony dates and times

NSWIOP typically holds a Graduation Ceremony in April each year for students who have completed their studies in the previous academic year. The Graduation Ceremony is typically held on the main North Parramatta campus in the iconic courtyard. Further details regarding the ceremony date, time and requirements will be distributed to potential graduates early in the following academic year.