History of Art, History of Art Department, Life, University of York
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J’ai fini!

Graduation

Wow, I cannot quite believe that I am writing this post. It’s official. Yesterday I graduated from York with a First! I am over the moon! It was such a lovely ceremony, and it was great to see everyone before and after. Despite my gown taking every opportunity to try and wriggle its way off me, I managed to survive the graduate fashion. After the graduation ceremony, the History of Art department hosted a lovely get together with some yummy pastries and drinks! From there, me and my family ventured onto the Minster to take some photos by York’s iconic building.

I don’t like the thought of calling myself a graduate now… I am still a student at heart! So now I have a month before I move to Paris for the year, and from there, I plan to begin studying for a Masters in History of Art so do expect more to come from my blog!

I hope that everyone had a wonderful day yesterday – everyone looked so lovely, and it was sad not too see those who could not make the ceremony, you were missed! But alas, we did it!

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Photograph by Ben Selby

History of Art Graduates 2011-2014! (Photograph by Ben Selby)

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  1. Hi Roisin. Many congratulations on graduating (and with a first!) I’ve been following your blog for a while now as a potential new student for Art History at York uni and now officially have my place, I can’t wait to begin this September. Your blog has been very helpful in giving a personal insight at life at York university, so thank you!

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    • roisingrace says

      Hello! Why thank you, and I am so glad that you have been finding my blog helpful 🙂 Words cannot express how much I loved York – I am sure that you will have a great time. If you have any questions etc, just drop me a line on here and I will get back to you. Roisin x

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