More than 3000 students graduated from Metropolia during the academic year 2016 - 2017. About 2600 students have received or are about to receive a Bachelor's degree diploma and nearly 400 have completed a Master's degree.
Most of the graduates of the past academic year are from the field of technology with nearly 1170 graduates as well as from health care and social services with approximately 1150 graduates.
Some 350 students graduate from the degree programs in the field of culture and 330 students complete their business studies.
Managing Director - President Riitta Konkola congratulates all new graduates:
"I would like to warmly congratulate each of you for this significant accomplishment. Now is the moment to enjoy the fruits of your hard work and celebrate. Metropolia has given you strong professional skills and hopefully also tools for life-long learning. I hope our cooperation continues also after you graduate. You might want to continue your studies or upgrade your professional skill-set in the path of lifelong learning. Please remember us as a potential partner if you want to develop your work communities or take part in the research and development in your specific field in the future. I wish you enthusiasm, courage and curiosity for the future.”
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