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Graduation prizes for Essex Business School students

  • Date

    Wed 9 Aug 17

2017 EBS graduation

The summer is a time for celebration at the University of Essex as friends and family gather to celebrate students’ hard work at an annual graduation reception.

Following the official ceremony, where graduands received their degrees, Essex Business School awarded its highest performing students with prizes to celebrate their scholarly achievements.

Graduation prizes for Essex Business School students

Prizes were awarded to students who achieved the highest academic performance in Essex Business School modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level, produced the best postgraduate dissertation or had the best pre-dissertation results.

Essex Business School wishes the Class of 2017 all the best for their future.

The winners are:

Accounting and finance winners

  • Despoina Antoniou - The Cengage Learning Prize, for the best performance in BE132 Auditing
  • Lianzheng Jin - Pearson Finance Prize, for the best performance in BE334 Financial Markets and Monetary Policy
  • Oyebusola Diya - Routledge Law Prize, for the best performance in BE112 Elements of Business Law
  • Nichole Ama - Routledge Law Prize, for the best performance in BE116 Principles of Commercial Law
  • Lianzheng Jin - The SAGE Q-Step Prize, for the best performance in BE333 Empirical Finance
  • Georgia Tyrimou and Eleni Thoma - joint winners of The Essex Business School Dean’s Prize for the best student in Accounting
  • Lianzheng Jin - The Essex Business School Dean's Prize, for the best student in Finance
  • Yuanqiao Zhou - The Craig Hiemstra Memorial Prize, for the best performance in MSc Finance at the pre-dissertation stage
  • Simona Oprea - The Essex Finance Centre Postgraduate Prize, for the best performance in Finance programmes at the pre-dissertation stage
  • Abdullahi Ishola - The Essex Accounting Centre Postgraduate Prize, for the best performance in accounting programmes at the pre-dissertation stage
  • Chinyere Kama - The Pearson Finance Postgraduate Prize, for the best performance in BE650 
  • Enrique Benavides Rosales - Essex Business School Dean’s Prize, for the best Postgraduate Dissertation 2015-2015
  • Louisa Krasmann - The Michael Sherer Prize, for best Postgraduate Dissertation in accounting programmes 2015-2016

Entrepreneurship, management and marketing winners

  • Rumina Dimova - The Essex Business School Dean's Prize, for the best student in management, marketing and organisation
  • Julia Gruenwald - The Routledge Prize for Management, for an outstanding performance in BSc Business Management
  • Herman Aslaksrud - The Essex Business School Dean's Prize, for the best student in management science and entrepreneurship
  • Daniel Northfield and Eleanor Winder - joint winners of The Centre for Work, Organisation and Society Postgraduate Prize, for the best performance in Management programmes at the pre-dissertation stage
  • Alondra Guzman Mota and Katya Niesche - joint winners of The International Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Postgraduate Prize, for the best performance in MSE programmes at the pre-dissertation stage
  • April Hatcher and Natius Oelofsen - joint winners of The MBA Taught Phase Prize, for the best performance on the MBA at the taught phase
  • Yu-Chia Chen and Magnus Prestby - joint winners of the Essex Business School Dean's Prize for the best Postgraduate Dissertation

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