To recognise the academic excellence of those studying business courses with Queen Margaret University’s (QMU) international partner institutions, the University has presented 15 students with prizes for the 2019/20 academic year.
The certificate recognises the highest academic achievement and is awarded to one student per programme who is graduating with a QMU business qualification from one of our overseas partners.
In order to be eligible for the award, students were required to graduate with the highest exit mark for degree classification, as presented at the Board of Examiners.
Chrysoula Vogiatzi, recipient of the QMU Prize for BA (Hons) Economics for Business at Metropolitan College, Greece, said: “I feel so honoured to be the Winner of QMU Prize for academic achievement. Through the last four years, I have obtained many academic skills and abilities via BSc (Hons) Economics for Business, which have already proved necessary for my upcoming career. Thank you, QMU - it was a beautiful journey!”
Dr Theresa Cronin, Transnational Partnership Manager and International Lead at QMU, said: “The Transnational Educational Partnerships team within Queen Margaret Business School are proud to recognise the academic excellence of our students. In 2019-20 we presented 15 outstanding graduates in Greece, India, Nepal and Singapore with the QMU Prize.
“We would like to express our congratulations to these exceptional students for this commendable achievement. We extend our sincere thanks to the students’ families and to our academic and professional services colleagues who have supported them throughout their studies.”
The full list of winners is as follows:
Recipients of the QMU Prize, in collaboration with Metropolitan College, Greece
BA (Hons) Business Management: Ioannis Pitsikalis, (Thessaloniki campus)
BSc (Hons) Economics for Business: Chrysoula Vogiatzi (Piraeus campus)
BA (Hons) International Hospitality and Tourism Management: Kristina Routsi (Piraeus campus)
BA (Hons) Marketing Management: Ioanna Papakosta (Maroussi campus)
MBA Hospitality: Eirini-Aikaterini Karavioti (Thessaloniki campus)
Recipients of QMU Dean’s Prize, in collaboration with the Silver Mountain School of Hotel Management, Nepal
BA International Hospitality and Tourism Management: Robina Shrestha
Recipients of the QMU Dean’s Prize, in collaboration with the Institute for Technology and Management (ITM), India
BA International Hospitality and Tourism Management: Suchita Chandrakant Chalke (Nerul campus), Aditya Ashok Shetty (Oshiwara campus)
BA International Culinary Arts: Prapti Jitin (Nerul campus), Ankita Dilip (Oshiwara campus)
Recipients of the QMU Dean’s Prize, in collaboration with Ace International Business School, Nepal
MBA: Saugat Dhungana
MBA: Kelly Tandan
BA Business Administration: Parika Chuke
Recipients of the QMU Dean’s Prize, in collaboration with the East Asia Institute of Management, Singapore
BA International Hospitality and Tourism Management: Fan Wu
MSC International Management and Leadership with Hospitality: Samuel Gosali
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