Wednesday 26th June was a day when the sun shone beautifully in the grand surroundings of the University of Glasgow as a good number of happy final year students celebrated their graduation, each of them preparing for the next phase of their lifetime of service.
We were delighted to have 15 students graduating this year. Present to receive their BTh degrees: William Frizelle, Richard Gamble, Stephanie Golz, Ewan Goodall, Robin Gray, Calum Johnston, Raymond Kelly, Benjamin Lowery, Adam McNinch, Thomas Penman, Chris Ranson and Hamish Sneddon.
In absentia: Calum Cameron (BTh), Jake Michel (BTh) and Thomas Davis (MTh).
The graduation ceremony was held in the Bute Hall at the main university campus in Glasgow which served as a beautiful setting for such a special occasion. The graduation marks the end of many years study for these students and the ceremony was a wonderful opportunity to share in one another’s achievements. Our graduates are able to look back over many months of hard work, where much has been learned and where great friendships have been made.
The graduation ceremony in Glasgow is also a very important reminder of valued relationship that exists between ETS and the University of Glasgow, who validate degrees from ETS. As a seminary we are very grateful for all the support that the University of Glasgow has given to us and our students were warmly welcomed as they attended the ceremony in Glasgow.
More photos can be found on the ETS Facebook page.