Congratulations to our graduates
21 September 2018
Business professionals celebrate success
Business professionals and an important Business School figure marked their achievements today during graduation ceremonies held at our historic
Thames-side Greenlands campus.
Mary Hogan, Programme Director for our Flexible Executive MBA in Ireland, joined programme members from a range of postgraduate and research courses to celebrate and reflect on their time at Henley.
The cohort of students now join a global community of over 75,000 alumni in 150 countries and will use their newly acquired skills and knowledge from their Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Masters and postgraduate diplomas/certificates courses to continue on their professional and personal development journeys.
During the ceremonies, Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, also gave a special mention to Mary Hogan, who was presented with the honour of Distinguished Fellow. Throughout her 22 years at Henley, as Director of Henley Hong Kong and Programme Director of our Flexible MBA in Ireland, Mary has demonstrated outstanding commitment, professionalism and passion for business education and supported over 300 students to progress their careers through studying the MBA.
Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, comments:
“Congratulations go to all our programme members who graduated today, they have worked exceedingly hard during their time at the Business School and we look forward to hearing from them as they continue their journeys in the business world. Alongside marking the achievements of our students, I was delighted to present Mary with the honour of Distinguished Fellow in recognition of her time at Henley and the contributions she has made to the design of the MBA programme and its associated success internationally.”
After the ceremonies, programme members joined their families, academics and support staff at a reception event and shared memories of their individual and collective experiences at Henley.