Those gathered at the park complex “Alfred Nobel Planet” heard the words of greetings and gratitude on the occasion of the ceremonial graduation of Bachelors.
The graduates together with teachers, parents and guests gathered in the courtyard of Alfred Nobel University, as they had done on 1 September 2015, but now in order to receive their Bachelor diplomas.
The graduates were congratulated by Iryna Shkura , Vice-Rector for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. She emphasized the high level of training of the graduates and reminded them that the Alfred Nobel University’s diplomas are recognized internationally.
This graduation ceremony was attended by the honoured guests Mykola Shevchenko, Director of the Centre for Support of Small and Medium Businesses at the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Council, and Valentyna Petrova, Deputy Director of the Centre for Support of Small and Medium Businesses, who also congratulated the graduates and emphasized the need for lifelong learning.
The Vice-Rector of Alfred Nobel University personally awarded diplomas to 16 graduates of the unique English-taught programme “International Economic Relations” validated by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UK).
The University’s students also congratulated the graduates. Darya Kyseliova sang an inspiring song in honour of the graduates.
A quiz devoted to interesting facts about Alfred Nobel University was very entertaining for the graduates and guests because every correct answer resulted in award of a gift.
There was also a graduate’s speech. Mykola Bulhak, Bachelor of Psychology, compared the University with a successful state, where everyone knows his/her rights and responsibilities, and thanked Borys Kholod, President of Alfred Nobel University, for creating such a land of opportunities, as well as thanking teachers for creating the conditions for development of each student’s potential.
The diplomas were officially awarded to the graduates at their departments of study, and the photo shoot lasted until the evening in the University’s courtyard.
We congratulate the graduates of Alfred Nobel University and traditionally say “Until we meet again!”