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Henley Malta celebrates Success with their Students at Graduation

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Henley Malta celebrates Success with their Students at Graduation

Congratulations to yet another group of business professionals as they celebrated their graduation with family and friends at the Henley Greenlands campus on Friday 20th September on a surprisingly beautiful sunny day.

The graduation ceremony recognises the achievements of almost 180 students across Henley’s Master of Business Administration (MBA), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Masters, Postgraduate Diploma, and Postgraduate certificate programmes. This was a special day for Henley Business School Malta, with 38 invitations issued for graduation, this being the largest group to date of students graduating.

Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, said:
“Congratulations to all of our graduates this year. We hope they enjoy this day and are proud of what they have achieved. The scope of their hard work and efforts cannot be underestimated. As their careers, and lives, develop in whichever place, industry or style they choose, we hope that they will give others the benefit of their experiences at Henley, and that they continue to keep in touch.”

After the ceremony, graduates from Henley Business School, together with Henley Malta colleagues, enjoyed a finger-food reception on the magnificent grounds of this Oxfordshire estate.

Lorenzo Mule` Stagno, Dean of Malta Business School and Henley Associate, said:
“During their learning journey with us, our Henley MBA students apply their professional experiences to complete consultative reports with businesses, and about businesses, leading to immediately actionable recommendations for their management environments.”

Our Malta-based graduates now join a global community of over 80,000 alumni in more than 160 countries worldwide, reflecting Henley’s standing as a truly international business school.

If you are interested to know more about the Henley MBA programme, you can find more information here, or feel free to drop us a message at [email protected] or call us on 00356 21311326. Every enquiry is treated in strict confidence.

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