Wiesbaden Business School graduation

Graduates of the International Management program. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Graduates of the Insurance and Finance program. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Graduates of the Health Care Economics program. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Dean Professor Till Dannewald welcomes graduates of the Faculty of Wiesbaden Business School. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Welcoming address by President Professor Eva Waller. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Gert-Uwe Mende, Mayor of Wiesbaden during his video greeting. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Program Head Professor Matthias Müller-Reichart handing out certificates. © Hochschulkommunikation | Hochschule RheinMain

Yesterday, the graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Wiesbaden Business School of the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences (HSRM) took place at the Kurhaus Wiesbaden. 241 graduates were invited to celebrate their degrees in the Bachelor’s and Master’s programs of International Management, Health Care Economics, Insurance and Finance, Business Administration, Business & Finance, Sales & Marketing Management, Business & Law and Digital Business Management.

Your work has paid off

Professor Till Dannewald welcomed the graduates. “All your work has paid off, even though you may have doubted it at times in recent years,” said the dean of the Wiesbaden Business School. University President Professor Eva Waller then gave a welcoming address: “You did it, this is your graduation ceremony at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences. We want to celebrate with you and hope you will celebrate yourselves as well. With your skills, you are urgently needed in business and society,” the university president said. The speeches were followed by a video greeting from the Mayor of Wiesbaden, Gert-Uwe Mende, after which the graduates received their certificates, presented personally by the course directors. “A special moment, in a special place. This shows how important our graduates are to us,” said Professor Rainer Hartmann from the Dean’s Office of the Wiesbaden Business School.

Before the student representatives addressed their peers, the top graduates were honored by Professor Patrick Griesar of the Betriebswirtschaftliche Gesellschaft Wiesbaden e. V. The local business association not only supports top graduates, but also students who have taken on special tasks or volunteer work during their studies.

The graduation ceremony focused on the graduates, who have mastered their degrees. Such as Dana Abujewara (24) who is celebrating her Bachelor’s Degree in International Management. “My studies were very interesting, especially the experiences abroad in Italy and Sweden were valuable for me.” David Saric (28) summed up his studies as interesting, advancing and challenging at the same time. “I particularly liked the fact that the Insurance and Finance program focused on specific topics from the get-go. Perfect for me, since I’m going into finance,” he said.