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Henley celebrates graduation of 2020 and 2021 cohorts

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This week, around 550 graduands from our 2020 and 2021 cohorts marked an important milestone as they graduated from Henley Business School at the University of Reading. The Graduation ceremonies were held in the Great Hall at the University’s historic London Road campus, the first in-person ceremonies held since 2019.

The graduands, who were comprised of learners from postgraduate, PhD, and some undergraduate programmes, will now go on to join our global community of over 84,000 alumni in 160 countries, a dynamic and engaging network with benefits including careers services, events and access to Henley Live.

Following the ceremonies, graduands were invited to celebrate their success and reflect on their experiences with their family and friends at reception events held on the Whiteknights campus.

A message to the graduands from Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School:

“A special congratulations goes to you all on reaching this milestone, which is all the more impressive given the recent events. It is a testament to your hard work and focus that you have navigated these challenges and successfully completed your studies.

We hope you will use the experiences, insights and connections that you have gained at Henley to excel in your careers and bring passion, break boundaries, and ultimately make business better, for a fairer world.

I know that you will go on to do great things and make us proud and we look forward to hearing about your future successes and achievements.”

Published 9 December 2021
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