BEI celebrates student success with prize giving

School of Business, Economics & Informatics holds prize giving ceremony on graduation day

Each year, the School of Business, Economics & Informatics awards a number of prizes to those students who have been particularly successful.

This year’s ceremony was held on 18 April, the day of the postgraduate graduation. Prize winners receive a monetary award and a certificate. The School was very proud to celebrate this special moment with the prize winners and their guests in the Chancellor’s Hall in Senate House.

Congratulations to all prize winners for their exceptional performance.

Department of Management

  • Julian Lukwago: Best module result
  • Natalie Holden: Best dissertation
  • Karoline Hecker: Best international student
  • Joanna Cole: Best overall student
  • Thomas Clifford: The Big Innovation Prize (for the best dissertation in the area of innovation) 

Department of Organizational Psychology

  • Georgina Carpenter Best Module result best overall student
  • Timothy Dawes: Best dissertation (MSc Medical Leadership)
  • Andrew Clements: Best dissertation
  • Sara Sattar: Best international student

Department of Economics, Mathematics & Statistics

  • Caiqun Yuan: Best module result
  • Wilbur Zhu: Best dissertation
  • Even Chiam: Best international student
  • Hisham Alhassan: Best overall student

Department of Computer Science & Information Systems

  • Sebastian Holzschuher: Best Module result (joint)
  • Monty West: Best module result (joint), Best dissertation and Best overall student
  • Liliya StefanovaBest international student

Best PhD Thesis by an international student in the School of Business, Economics and Informatics

  • Mahmood Hajli, Department of Management

Best PhD Thesis in the School of Business, Economics and Informatics

  • Jennifer Brauner, Department of Economics, Mathematics & Statistics

Joint runner ups

  • Susan Kahn, Department of Organizational Psychology
  • Emilio Pierro, Department of Economics, Mathematics & Statistics

To see images from the event, visit the School news article

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