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The best business students received the Dean's list award

Dean’s List Scholarships in Academic Year 2015–2016 were given to 26 students.
Diplomas were awarded to students at the Board room of the School of Business Main Building.

The School of Business recognizes students who have performed extremely well in their studies. Dean Ingmar Björkman awarded Dean’s List grants on 2 November 2016. 12 BSc and 14 MSc graduates who had completed their degree within the normative length of studies and belong to the top 3% of the students graduated in 2015–2016 were given the scholarships and the certificates of honor.

In academic year 2015–2016 the following graduates received the Dean's list award:

Bachelor’s students, Töölö Campus:

Homan, Aksel Kai Kristian
Honkanen, Riku Aukusti
Kaidesoja, Joel Jaakko Henrik
Kontinen, Jesper Sebastian
Louhento, Oliver Martti Paavo
Martas, Tomi Ilmari
Peltomäki, Henri Juho Einari
Reyes, Yakill Kuntur
Vanne, Johannes Antti Taavetti
Weckman, Markus Valdemar

Bachelor’s students, Mikkeli Campus:

Kröger, Jonna Elisa

Additionally one student who did not want his/her name to be published on the website.

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

Kilpinen, Samu Antero
Kivikangas, Olga
Koivumaa, Villeveikka
Kotila, Jaakko Eemeli
Kuusela, Tuomas Ilmari
Pärnänen, Karoliina Alberttiina
Ropponen, Anna-Eerika
Salonen, Rami Kristian
Toivola, Laura Helena

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

Biber, Sila Ezgi
Decking, Nicola Katharina
Fischer, Lene-Marie
Reindl, Ulrike

Additionally one student who did not want his/her name to be published on the website.

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