Around 2060 new professionals graduated from Metropolia in the spring term 2018. Over 1800 students have attained, or will attain Bachelor's degree and nearly 260 have completed a Master's degree.
Most of the graduates of the past academic year are from the fields of Health Care and Social Services and Technology. Approximately 910 graduates are Technology students and close to 660 from the Health Care and Social Services Degree Programmes. Around 250 students completed the degree in Culture and Arts and 220 students in the Business Degree Programmes.
Metropolia´s President, CEO Riitta Konkola congratulates all the graduates for their significant and important achievement.
“I believe, that everyone graduating from Metropolia is not only getting a degree which is appreciated in working life, but also the means for the enthusiastic lifelong learning and continuous development of one´s own work, as well as a curious, innovative and reform-minded mind”, says Riitta Konkola.
During the academic year students can graduate on a graduation day held once a month. Around two-thirds of new graduates will graduate in the spring term.
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