Faculty of Economic Sciences bid farewell to Spring graduates

The Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Göttingen bid farewell to Spring graduates on Wednesday, 30 April 2014: In the winter semester 2013/ 2014, 279 students received their degrees: 186 students received degrees in the Bachelor's programmes and 93 students successfully completed a Master's programme. In 2013, 40 doctorates received their doctoral diplomas.

Dipl.-Kfm. Markus Hoppe, Vice-President of Göttingen University, and Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rübel, Dean of Study, welcomed the participants to the festive event. Then spoke Prof. Dr. Renate Ohr, chairwoman of the Board of Examiners of the Economic Sciences.

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Awards for outstanding graduates from the Faculty of Economic Sciences in the amount of 1,000 Euros each were also given. The internationally active laboratory and process technology provider Sartorius donated the prize for graduates that is named after the founder of the company. The "Florenz Sartorius-Preis" is awarded to the best graduates in the discipline of Business Administration, Economics, Business Information Systems, and Business and Human Resource Education as well as two distinguished doctoral theses.

The recipients of the graduate prizes in April 2014 are Michael Oskamp (Master of Science in Finance, Accounting and Taxes), David-Maximilian Storch (Bachelor of Arts in Economics), Jens Schmitt (Master of Science in Business Information Systems) and Dörthe Garbers (Master of Education in Business and Human Resource Education). Dr. Nora Vogt and Dr. Sebastian Schrapp were awarded for their doctoral theses.

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Petra Kirchhoff, Head of Corporate Communication of the Sartorius AG, congratulates Dr. Sebastian Schrapp, David-Maximilian Storch, Michael Oskamp, Dörthe Garbers, Jens Schmitt and Dr. Nora Vogt (f.l.t.r.)