More than 4,500 people graduated from Dublin City University last week.
Twelve separate ceremonies took place in the Mahony Hall in the Helix over four days featuring students from the university’s five faculties: the DCU Business School, the Institute of Education, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Science and Health, and the Faculty of Engineering and Computing.
Speaking on the morning of the first ceremony, Prof Daire Keogh, President of Dublin City University said: “This is a special group of DCU graduates. During their time at the University they displayed extraordinary resilience, creativity and determination in the face of the unexpected events that turned our world upside down.
“They have succeeded and grown, personally and academically, despite the obstacles that the pandemic placed in their path.”
Featured Image: Ouwabi Veloso,from Blanchardstown with his Mother Mamita and Brother Elshadai Who recieved a BA in Economics,Politics and Law from DCU during their October Graduation Celebrations.
All Photos by Kyran O’Brien