Université Paris-Saclay is organising its first PhD graduation ceremony!

Friday 1st July 2016 at the Palais des Congrès, Versailles

 

 

The first edition of the graduation ceremony for doctorate of the University Paris-Saclay will take place on Friday, July 1st in the Palais des Congrès of Versailles.

Michèle Leduc, President of the Ethics Committee of the CNRS, the academic member of council of the Université Paris-Saclay and Claude Nahon, Director of Sustainable Development and the Environment of the group EDF, board member of the Université Paris-Saclay, please us to be big witnesses during this ceremony.
361 doctors will see putting back their diplomas during the ceremony.

Schedule of welcome:

- For the doctors: 2:00 p.m
- For the accompanying persons: 3:00 p.m
- For the directors and the secretaries of the doctoral schools, the representatives of establishments, the professorial corp and VIP: 3:30 pm

Doors will close at 3:45 pm.

The ceremony will be enclosed by a cocktail pre-diner from 7:30 pm.

Practical information:

You can remove your diplomas during the cocktail, for it it is necessary to provide you with an ID card.

A photocall is present to immortalize this moment for every doctor, accompanied with his guests.

Within the framework of the plan Vigipirate, thank you for being willing to provide you with your ID card as well as with your invitation.

The ceremony will be the object of a video recording and a photo, used for the needs for the communication of the University Paris-Saclay and for his members. The participation in the ceremony, for the students and the accompanying persons, is worth acceptance of transfer, not commercial, right for the image on any support and for any factual use.

Find all the information relative to the organization, to the transport, to the restoration and to the tourism of Versailles in the guide of the graduation ceremony of doctorate of the Université Paris-Saclay.

For quite information additional thank you for sending to you to Alisson Peltot: alisson.peltot@universite-paris-saclay. fr