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Excellent Bachelor's students were awarded the Ilkka Kontula Foundation scholarships

Personal scholarships are worth 1 000 euros.
Ilkka Kontulan säätiön apurahat jaettiin parhaille kauppatieteiden kandidaattiopiskelijoille.
The special ceremony was organised at the School of Business' Saastamoinen Foundation hall on Wednesday 22 May 2019.

Ilkka Kontula, LL.M., M.Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Admin), who died in 2012, studied both at the Helsinki School of Economics (today Aalto University School of Business) and the University of Helsinki. With his bequest, he wanted to give assistance to students in their everyday lives. Thus, the Ilkka Kontula Foundation awards annual incentive scholarships to students of the School of Business and the Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki.

Scholarships are awarded annually to successful students who have completed at least 80 credit units during their three first terms. Personal scholarships are worth 1000 euros. 

The School of Business Dean Ingmar Björkman awarded the diplomas and the scholarships altogether to 55 successful students:

The following 42 students of them are studying in the Bachelor’s Programme in Otaniemi campus:

  • Ahlroos, Juuso Henrik
  • Ahti, Robin Arvo
  • Asikainen, Eemeli Kalle Oskari
  • Eräkangas, Lotta Maria
  • Haavisto, Arttu Veikko Evert
  • Hakala, Iiro Henrikki
  • Heikkala, Valtteri Väinämö Janinpoika
  • Helenius, Mikko Yrjö Oskar
  • Hermanson, Aksel Eero Mikael
  • Hämäläinen, Jesse Jaime Tapani
  • Jalonen, Antti Jaakko Olavi
  • Jokelainen, Antto Joel Ilmari
  • Järnefelt, Ellen Maria Aleksandra
  • Kaikkonen, Eero Timo Aleksanteri
  • Kangas, Reni Eeti Juhani
  • Kankare, Leena Susanna
  • Karppinen, Rasmus Alvar Iisakki
  • Kasi, Mikko Jaakko Aleksanteri
  • Kataja, Risto Ilari
  • Keto, Juuso Eemeli
  • Khary Ali, Omar
  • Kilpi, Aleksi Olavi
  • Kiviranta, Juuso Matias
  • Kivistö, Jaakko Johannes
  • Koskinen, Jani Reima Johannes
  • Malmi, Eeva Elisabet
  • Mäenpää, Niklas Max Matias
  • Mänty, Joonas Mikael Oliver
  • Peltola, Niko Pekka
  • Perttunen, Kristian Mikael
  • Pousi, Matias Eemeli
  • Pättikangas, Suvi Elina
  • Rissanen, Olli Henrik Eemeli
  • Saikkonen, Totti Daniel
  • Soini, Henna Julia Katariina
  • Suorsa, Anne Pauliina
  • Taylor, Samuel Onni
  • Tervo, Tuukka Herman
  • Tirronen, Miska Benjami
  • Tuovinen, Eeli Antti Santeri
  • Vasama, Julia Rebecca Lydia
  • Vikelä, Janne Hermanni

And the following 13 students are studying in the BScBA Programme in Mikkeli campus:

  • Hirvonen, Jessika Emilia
  • Honkanen, Sara Pauliina
  • Kämäräinen, Juulia Merituuli
  • Le, Nguyen Doan Quynh
  • Le, Kim Khoa
  • Lohiniva, Tuomas Aleksi
  • Lötjönen, Matti Johannes
  • Ngo, Thi An Khanh
  • Nguyen, Tran Truc Quan
  • Nguyen, Thi Gia Han
  • Spiess, Philipp
  • Tran, Xuan Thang

Congratulations!

Secretary Emmi Toivio took care of the arrangements of the special ceremony.

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