Collect your gown and tickets

Before the graduation ceremony, you will need to collect your gown and tickets.

All graduands attending the graduation ceremony must wear the appropriate academic dress for their qualification. 


Gown and ticket collection time

For graduands at Saigon South campus:  

  • Time: 8.30 am – 12 pm and 1.30 pm – 5 pm
  • Date: Friday, 29 March 2024   
  • Venue: Recreation and Events Complex (REC), Saigon South Campus, 702 Nguyen Van Linh Boulevard, District 7, HCMC  

For graduands in Hanoi:  

  • Time: 8.30 am – 12 pm and 1.30 pm – 5 pm
  • Date: Friday, 29 March 2024 
  • Venue: The Innovation Hub (1.1.004), Level 1, RMIT Hanoi City Campus
Please fill in the form below before 5pm, 28 March 2024.

What to bring

  • Your student ID card  
  • Your valid personal identification, either personal identity document, either national ID card or passport or driving license as you registered.

If you cannot come in person, a proxy, who is a trusted friend or a family member, can pick up your gown and tickets on your behalf.  

In the registration form, please provide their full name and their personal identity documents, either national ID card or passport or driving license.  

When coming to collect your gown and tickets, your proxy needs to bring:  

  • Their valid personal identification documents as registered
  • A photo of your student ID card 

Taking photos with your academic dress

After collecting your gown and tickets, graduands can enter and take photos at any public area on campus!

Please note that for safety reasons, access to restricted areas, including the library, classrooms, and functional rooms is not permitted.

On decorating your hat

After your graduation session, you will need to return your gown but you can keep your hat. You can also be creative with your graduation hat by customising it.

When decorating your hat, please use common courtesy and refrain from using inappropriate language or images.

More about the academic attire

RMIT’s graduation dress is based on the Oxford style, hence at your graduation ceremony, you'll wear a traditional black gown, a hood or stole, and a mortarboard or bonnet.

The exact attire you will wear is determined by your program’s discipline and the level of award you receive, e.g. Bachelor, Master, or PhD. Learn more here.


How to wear your graduation attire

Check out this helpful guide to wearing your Higher Education academic attire when graduating from RMIT University.

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