What can I expect from my Graduation Day?
The ceremony consists of speeches from Senior Staff Members and a student representative.
A key part of the ceremony as a graduate is walking across the stage in your academic dress and shaking hands with the Presiding Officer. The Presenting Head will announce your name and course.
Each ceremony lasts about 1 hour. It will be followed by a celebratory drink’s reception lasting around one hour. Gowns will need to be returned promptly after the drinks reception to allow us to prepare for the next ceremony.
When will I graduate?
April 2024 Graduation Ceremony
To be eligible to attend Arden University’s April 2024 graduation ceremony, your final intended award must have been confirmed and ratified by the Progression and Award Board held between April 2023 and by February 2024.
Where: Spreespeicher – Stralauer Allee 2, 10245 Berlin
When: 30th April 2024
Located in a historic area - the former border between East and West Berlin- the Spreespeicher is easy-to-reach: taking the motorway A10 as well as using public transport, the Stations Ostbahnhof and Ostkreuz are close by. The Spreespeicher can also be reached by water and there are numerous pick-up points for boats along the Spree. A range of hotels are close by the Spreespeicher.
About the venue
The Spreespeicher was designed by architect Friedrich Krause as head of municipal planning for the city of Berlin. After six years of construction work, the granary was opened in 1913. With its huge, hipped roof, brickwork facades and natural stonework, he gave the building the unique face that it still maintains today. Despite much damage during the Second World War, the Spreespeicher was used as a reloading hub for the Wehrmacht until the docks were occupied by the Red Army between 1945 until 1947.
Plans for modern usage were implemented in 2000 and the work was completed in 2001. Using high-quality materials such as granite, shell limestone and clinker bricks from Bunzlau, the building was restored taking the historical monuments into consideration. without losing the essential appearance of the former granary. Today, with over 100 years of history, the Spreespeicher is amid Berlin’s media quarter in the trendy district of Friedrichshain and located on the banks of the Spree.
Where to stay
- NHOW BERLIN – Distant to Location 50 metres
- nhow Berlin, Stralauer Allee 3, 10245 Berlin, Deutschland
- VIENNA HOUSE ANDEL ́S BERLIN - Distant to Location 3 KM
- Landsberger Allee 106, Berlin, Deutschland