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Henley looks forward to in-person graduation ceremonies at Greenlands

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Henley Business School is looking forward to holding its first in-person graduation ceremonies at Greenlands since 2019.

Students who completed their courses in 2020, 2021 and 2022 are being invited to celebrate their achievements with family and friends at ceremonies and events being held at Greenlands.

Invitations are currently being sent out to eligible students who completed an MA, MBA, MSc, DBA or PhD programme, or who have received a PGDip or PGCert as a final award, or who have studied a BA Apprenticeship programme.

Participants can bring up to two guests to join in the celebrations with tickets ordered in advance. Additional guests who do not have tickets will be able to watch the proceedings in a special video relay room at Greenlands.

For more information about the events and how to book tickets, visit our dedicated Graduation site here.

Dean of Henley Business School, Professor John Board said:

"We are delighted to welcome our 2020, 2021 and 2022 cohorts back to Greenlands to celebrate this special occasion. All participants have faced numerous challenges throughout their studies caused by the pandemic, so we hope as many of them as possible will join us to celebrate this milestone.

"Graduation events at our beautiful Greenlands campus are a highlight of our year, and the atmosphere inside the graduation marquee is always memorable. It is a wonderful opportunity for our graduates to reconnect with their peers, catch-up with their lecturers and coaches, and enjoy the occasion."

Published 25 August 2022
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