Written by on 06/04/2022

More than 2,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate this week as a part of the first-round of 2022 graduation ceremonies in the Territory.

Graduating students will be recognised for completing a range of degrees with 1,055 in Higher Education, 1,039 in Vocational Education and Training and 16 PHD graduates.

Graduates from a range of disciplines including business and law, nursing and midwifery, health and human sciences, Indigenous futures, education and the arts and engineering, IT and the environment will mark the success of their academic journey across three ceremonies.

Bachelor of Nursing Graduate Charlotte Mwaka Balu will deliver the student address speech at one of the ceremonies and will speak about her incredible journey and the support services she received from CDU.

CDU Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Bowman said graduation ceremonies are an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work and successes of CDU’s students.

“I am delighted to see so many students graduating this week, it is a significant milestone in their academic journey, and I congratulate all graduates on successfully completing their studies,” Professor Bowman said.

“All of us here at CDU are thrilled to have been able to play an important role in the education of our graduates and they will continue to be an important part of the University’s identity.  I know they will go on to have wonderful careers.”

CDU Graduation ceremonies will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre this Wednesday April 6 and Thursday April 7.

Further graduation ceremonies will be held across the year in Alice Springs on June 16.


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