A group of 11 Indian students, along with students from over 100 countries, received their degrees at a recently held London University’s Graduation Ceremony.
Among the 11, five received their Graduate Diploma in Finance and six received their Undergraduate (UG) degrees. Two Indian students, PriyaBansal and RiyaBansal, have already been accepted into the distinguished MSc Economics programme of London School of Economics (LSE) on full scholarship. Another student from Indian School of Business & Finance (ISBF), Pooja Pandey, has been accepted into the MSc Accounting and Finance programme course at LSE.
Expressing his admiration for the young cohort of graduates, London University Vice Chancellor Professor Peter Kopelman said, “Many of you (graduates) have come from far away, and it may be your first visit to London. The accomplishments of our graduates have changed the course of many fields of work. Your award reflects the uppermost standards of higher education and will be held in higher regard all around the world. Be proud of your University of London degree as we are proud of you.”
Also commenting on the occasion, Founder & Director of ISBF, Dr Jitin Chadha said, “It was exciting to see our students at one of the world’s most prestigious graduation ceremonies, in the presence of royalty and world-renowned academicians. It was also an honour for us to share the stage as part of the faculty group which was graduating students from over 100 countries. I wish them the very best in their myriad pursuits.“