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School of Business’ Dean awarded successful business students

Dean’s List Scholarships in Academic Year 2017–2018 were given to 21 students.
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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 21 Bachelor’s or Master’s students at a special Dean's list event organised on 27 November 2018.

In academic year 2017–2018 the following graduates received the Dean's list award:

Bachelor’s students, Otaniemi Campus

Hakkola, Sakari Arttu Elias

Hakulinen, Pasi Markus

Ilmonen, Mikko Touko Uolevi

Mäkäräinen, Tomi Tapio

Perttula, Eeva-Leena

Perttunen, Erika Maria

Pitkänen, Otto Eemeli Samuel

Puhakka, Tuomas Juho Eerikki

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

Tran, Thuy Linh

Siw, Ming Wei

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

Kahelin, Arttu Niilo Johannes

Kaidesoja, Joel Jaakko Henrik

Kontinen, Jesper Sebastian

Lavikka, Atte Martin Anttoni

Malmi, Eeva Emilia

Romppanen, Juha Oskari

Salmela, Emma Sofia

Weckman, Markus Valdemar

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

Porkka, Essi Inkeri

Saarimäki, Juha Tapio

Romanyuk, Julia

Soldan, Jenny Anneli

Vuorenmaa, Essi Mirjam 

Vuorinen, Antti Juhani

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