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Successful students were awarded the Ilkka Kontula Foundation scholarships

Personal scholarships are 1 000 euros.
The Ilkka Kontula Foundation scholarships are awarded annually to successful students.

The School of Business Dean Ingmar Björkman and Head of Learning Services Margareta Soismaa awarded the diplomas at a special ceremony organised at the School of Business Otaniemi premises on 3 May 2016.

Ilkka Kontula, LL.M., M.Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Admin), who died in 2012, studied both at the Helsinki School of Economics 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 credits units during their three first terms. Personal scholarships are 1 000 euros. The first scholarships were awarded in 2014.

As Ilkka Kontula was allocated the awards to students studying in Helsinki, the School of Business has decided to give the stipends of the same amount of money to successful students studying in Mikkeli.

Bachelor´s programme in Otaniemi (51 students):

Aho, Elisa
Bergman, Björn
Eloholma, Tuomas
Erkamo, Helmi
Försti, Eero
Heinonen, Aleksi
Hollming, Anna
Honkanen, Riku
Huotari, Samuli
Hyytiä, Eetu
Ihalainen, Arttu
Juuti, Tuomas
Kansikas, Carolina
Keskinen, Lauri
Kiiski, Juho
Koivusalo, Matias
Kokljuschkin, Anton
Kontiainen, Taneli
Kontio, Casimir
Korpua, Niko
Koskinen, Roni
Kosonen, Marjo
Kovala, Mari
Kuokkanen, Tommi
Lehtoniemi, Riku-Otto
Lindgren, Leevi
Malmi, Noora
Miettinen, Aleksi
Mättö, Saska
Noopila, Tuomas
Nummela, Riikka
Pellikka, Kim-Jonas
Peltokangas, Julius
Pihanurmi, Janna
Raahenmaa, Nea
Raja, Kimmo
Rintamäki, Paul
Salomaa, Anssi
Savolainen, Eerika
Sertti, Elina
Takaneva, Jussi
Tenhunen, Otso
Torikka, Valtteri
Tupamäki, Kalle
Tuuppa, Paula
Vapola, Juho
Varheenmaa, Aaro
Viitala, Valtteri
Virtanen, Niko
Vänttinen, Juha
Yim, Kai-Wei

Bachelor´s programme in Mikkeli (12 students):

Javaloyas Martinez, Alejandro
Järvinen, Annika
Korzhova, Vladislava
Kulpakko, Katariina
Lampela, Nina
Manner, Jenna
Nguyen, Hong Thai
Nguyen, Ngau Thu
Nukenova, Aigerim
Riihonen, Renja
Teräsniska, Saara
Virtanen, Elli-Maija

 

 

 

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