On Saturday 16 November, 188 students successfully graduated from Prague College at the impressive Národní dům na Vinohradech in the centre of Vinohrady.
Of the 188 graduating students, Degree diplomas were awarded to 23 Master's students with an impressive 5 students achieving Distinctions and 64 Bachelor's students with 11 students awarded First Class Honours. A further 97 students graduated with diplomas from the HND, Foundation and professional level programmes.
Prague College was honoured to have in attendance the Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive of Teesside University, Professor Paul Croney, who conferred Masters, Postgraduate and Bachelor students, alongside Prague College Director, Douglas Hajek.
This year Prague College hosted the largest ever academic delegation from Teesside University for Graduation, confirming the increasingly strong alliance between the institutions.
Attending along with the Vice Chancellor were Dr David Bell, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International); Professor Chrisina Jayne from the School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies; Professor Mark Simpson; Dr Susan Laing, Dean of the Business School; Ms Elaine Fryett, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching from the Business School; Ms Laura Sillars from MIMA School of Art & Design; and Mr George Hunt, Director of International Development.
Prague College would like to wish the graduates of 2019 the best of luck as they begin the next phase of their careers!