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The festive graduation ceremony for MSc and DSc in Econ. and Bus.Admin. was held for the first time on the Otaniemi Campus

19 master's students and one doctoral student graduated.
Dekaani Björkman jakaa todistukset

The festive graduation ceremony for newly graduated Masters of Science and a Doctor of Science in Economics and Business Administration was held for the first time in the new School of Business on the Otaniemi Campus on Friday 22 March 2019. 

A speech by Dean of the School of Business Ingmar Björkman, two songs by the Helsinki Academic Male Choir KYL (that is the male choir of the Student Union of the School of Business) and an address by KY – Aalto University Business Students and by Helsingin Ekonomit were heard in the ceremony. After the official part of the festivities, cake and sparkling wine were served at Café Kylteri located on the ground floor of the School of Business.

Our warm congratulations to all the graduates!

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Singers of the Helsinki Academic Male Choir KYL
Tarjoilut Café Kylterissä
Graduates with their families at Café Kylteri
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