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Henley graduates from all over the world join together for graduation celebration


More than 400 students from Henley’s 2022 cohorts officially graduated on Friday 16 September, while a further 280 alumni who had completed their programmes in 2020 and 2021 attended a special celebration event on Saturday 17 September.

This was the first in-person graduation event to take place at Greenlands since 2019, following disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Graduates from Henley’s international partners also made the journey to attend their special day, with 308 students from South Africa, Finland, Malta, Denmark and Germany in attendance.

All Henley students who had completed an MBA, DBA, MA, MSc, PGDiploma/Certificate programme or BA degree apprenticeship scheme in 2020, 2021 or 2022 were invited to take part in the celebrations.

Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School said:

“Graduation is always such a special occasion at Henley, but this year even more so as we were able to celebrate with so many of our graduates from the last three years.

“After such an upheaval in their studies caused by the pandemic, it was a pleasure to be able to welcome so many of them, their families and supporters, back to Greenlands to celebrate their incredible achievements.”

Henley graduates now join a global community of over 90,000 alumni across 165 countries worldwide, reflecting Henley’s standing as a truly international business school.

Published 27 September 2022
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