Students of Ajman University celebrate after a drive-in graduation ceremony.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
More than 220 students who graduated from Ajman University were honoured in a one of its kind drive-through Commencement Ceremony. The three-day ceremony to honour graduates with their degrees started on Wednesday.
The AU Chancellor Dr. Karim Seghir, while inaugurating the ceremony, congratulated the graduating students, faculty and staff for their perseverance and hard work despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.
There were scenes of ecstasy, joy, and pride as the graduating students rolled in one-by-one in their cars, with families in tow.
The atmosphere was invigorated with the congratulatory shouts of their loved ones, as the students walked the red carpet leading to the stage one-by--one to collect their diploma from the Chancellor.
More than 750 graduates of Ajman University, belonging to various academic streams will be honoured in the three-day Commencement Ceremony from June 1-3.
The drive - through commencement ceremony is being broadcast live on: www.facebook.com/ajman.university/live
To ensure students’ safety, all graduating students attending the drive-through ceremony are required to take the COVID-19 DPI test.
The DPI tests are available for free to all graduating students at AU’s Covid-19 Testing & Vaccination Centre on campus in Sheikh Zayed Centre.
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