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Henley students celebrate graduation success

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A cohort of around 670 students celebrated their achievements and graduated from Henley Business School at the University of Reading this week in ceremonies held in the Great Hall at the University’s historic London Road campus.

Students from a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes across Henley now join a global community of over 76,000 alumni in 150 countries and will use their newly-acquired skills and knowledge to excel in their careers and lead future generations of aspiring professionals to make their own mark in the business world.

Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, comments:

“Congratulations to all our students who have worked exceedingly hard during their time at Henley. We hope they will use the knowledge and expertise they have gained as they continue on their successful journeys in both their professional and personal lives, and we look forward to seeing them as part of our alumni community and hearing about their future success.”

After the ceremonies, students celebrated and reflected on their individual experiences with their families, academics and support staff at reception events.

Published 19 July 2019
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