02 December 2010
Congratulations to graduating business students
Professor Ian Palmer, Pro Vice-Chancellor Business and Vice-President.
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Some 2,500 students from the College of Business at RMIT University will take part in the University’s graduation parade and the graduation ceremony this month.
“These celebrations are the culmination of years of hard work, commitment and dedication. We congratulate you on this outstanding achievement,” Professor Ian Palmer, Pro Vice-Chancellor Business and Vice-President, said.
“You have managed all the pressures and demands required to successfully complete your program, often balancing your time between work, study, family and friends.
“I encourage you to stay connected. Join our alumni community, expand on your professional networks, keep informed about events or opportunities and continue a rewarding life-long learning experience with us.”
The RMIT graduation parade is the official launch of the University's annual graduation celebrations. Each year the parade includes more than 2,000 graduands, staff and alumni dressed in academic robes.
More than 5,500 students will gather at Docklands Stadium to collect their degrees in front of 20,000 family and friends in RMIT’s spectacular graduation ceremony on Wednesday, 15 December, at 7.30pm.
“I hope you continue a rich and rewarding relationship with RMIT and best wishes wherever your path takes you,” Professor Palmer said.
Congratulations to all students graduating from the College of Business this month.