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Ilkka Kontula Foundation scholarships awarded

Personal scholarships are worth 1 000 euros.
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Ilkka Kontula, LL.M., M.Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Admin), who passed away 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 to successful students who have completed at least 80 credit units during their first three terms. Personal scholarships are worth 1000 euros. 

Here are the students who were awarded the scholarships.

Bachelor’s Programme students:

Iiro Alm
Tuukka Grönberg
Otso Harmaajärvi
Petriina Heikkinen
Pyry Heiskanen
Oskari Karhu
Elmo Kekkonen
Anni Koskinen
Juho Kymäläinen
Joonas Lappalainen
Mikko Lassila
Jesper Lauronen
Tuomas Levonen
Arttu Malmlund
Santeri Määttänen
Jialin Ni
Weixin Niemi
Joonas Nieminen
Tobias Nikko
Elias Odrischinsky
Atte Paananen
Veikko Pere
Helmi Peräkylä
Anni Pietikäinen
Santtu Pihanurmi
Anton Piippo
Juho Puttonen
Emma Rosenberg
Joel Ryynänen
Saman Saama
Teemu Salmela
Eemi Salmelin
Klaus Syrjä
Rasmus Söderström
Jonathan Talja
Markus Tiula
Petteri Tuominen
Tomas Turkki
Clarissa Tuutti
Waltteri Vaittinen
Antti Vartiainen
Benjamin Ylipää
Oona Yrjölä

International Business (BScBA Program) students in Mikkeli campus:

Aarne Airinen
Vinh Dao
Anastasiia Derbeneva
Juulia Karaila
Rainer Kravets
Ni Nguyen
Quy Pham
Le Hai Yen Pham
Niina Putkonen
Senni Taavitsainen
Khoi Tran

Economics students:

Marko Ikävalko
Aksel Bektas
Patrik Jüngling
Aleksi Mettälä

Additionally, a student was awarded the grant, but did not want the name to be published on the webpage. 

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