More than 200 University of Stirling Management School graduates, from 32 degree programmes had their degrees conferred by the University Chancellor and BBC broadcaster James Naughtie at the University of Stirling’s Winter Graduation.
Dean of the University of Stirling Management School, Professor Sharon Bolton said: ‘Graduation is a special day for all the staff and students of the Management School and we were delighted to welcome our graduates and families from all over the world to celebrate their achievements and we wish them every success in their future careers’
Among the day’s graduands was the first cohort from the INTO international student graduate diploma programme and the first cohort of MSc Banking & Finance students graduating with Chartered Banker status.
The Steve Wong Memorial Award, which recognises an exceptional student that in addition to fully engaging in their own studies and the culture of the University has contributed to the wellbeing of his or her colleagues, was presented to Frank Clayes. Frank collected a degree in Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Stirling’s Winter Graduation follows recent international ceremonies in Singapore, Oman and Vietnam and the University’s Highlands and Western Isles Graduation in Inverness.
Stirling graduates will benefit from positive job prospects. The University is ranked first in Scotland and third in the UK for employability, with 97% of graduates in employment or further study within six months.
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