VIPs attend Middlesex University Mauritius 2019 Graduation

01/08/2019
The British High Commissioner is among the guests of honour at the eighth graduation ceremony of MDX Mauritius

At the end of July, a host of VIPs, including His Excellency Mr Paramasivum Pillay Vyapoory, His Excellency Mr Keith Allen, the British High Commissioner, and Middlesex University Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Andrea Dlaska, helped 365 MDX Mauritius students celebrate their Graduation.

The graduates have studied a diverse range of under-graduate and post-graduate programmes including Accounting and Finance, International Business Law, Computer Networks and Information Systems.

The Campus Director, Professor Mari Jansen Van Rensburg, addressed the graduates and an audience of more than 600 guests. She highlighted the achievements of the students who have been participating in local community projects and international competitions.

MDX Deputy Vice Chancellor - Learning and Innovation, Professor Andrea Dlaska, also congratulated the graduates for joining the ranks of more than 150,000 successful international alumni of Middlesex University. She said that Middlesex University is now ranked among the 150 young universities in the world and commended the staff and students for their active community participation and volunteering.

Middlesex University Deputy Vice Chancellor - Learning and Innovation, Professor Andrea Dlaska

Some graduates spoke about the impact the University had on their personal and academic journey and expressed their pride in obtaining their degrees from Middlesex University Mauritius. Aline Morel from Seychelles who studied BA (Hons) Advertising, Public Relations and Media said that Middlesex not only offered her the opportunity to obtain a comprehensive learning experience, but as a student she was also provided with up-to-date knowledge of the best industry norms and practices which prepares you, as a graduate, for the world of work.

Middlesex University Mauritius degrees are validated and quality assured to the same standards as those offered in London, Dubai and Malta. Since opening the Mauritius campus in 2010, the scope and size of operations have grown and it now serves students from more than 37 countries.

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