School of Business’ Dean awarded successful business students

Dean’s List Scholarships in Academic Year 2016–2017 were given to 24 students.
Graduates were awarded at the Dean's list event.

Dean Ingmar Björkman awarded graduates who had completed their degree within the normative length of studies and with excellent grades. The yearly award was given to 12 Bachelor’s students and 12 Master’s students on 8 November 2017.

In academic year 2016–2017 the following graduates received the Dean's list award

Bachelor’s students, Otaniemi Campus

Ihalainen, Arttu Sakari
Kontio, Casimir Johannes
Lehtoniemi, Riku-Otto Eerik
Nummela, Riikka Eveliina
Pihanurmi, Janna Julia
Rintamäki, Paul Johannes
Schultz, Otto Heikki
Takaneva, Jussi Mikael
Yim, Kai-Wei

Bachelor’s students, Bachelor’s Program in International Business, Mikkeli Campus

Wang, Min Na
Järvinen, Annika Margit
Nguyen, Hong Thai

Master’s students (Bacherlor's degree completed at the Aalto University School of Business)

Hyvönen, Kari-Jussi Samuli
Hämäläinen, Joni Heikki Petteri
Kahelin, Antti Mikael
Muurinen, Liisi Johanna
Poikela, Satu Johanna
Tran, Tri Minh
Vanhapelto, Tuuli Maria
Vanne, Johannes Antti Taavetti

Master’s students (Bacherlor's degree not completed at the Aalto University School of Business)

Fasoli, Daniele
Salonen, Antti Johannes
Strömsholm, Johanna Maria
von Werne, Tobias

 

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