Friday 28 February 2020 was a great day at Ilisimatusarfik, where 31 bachelors and 15 masters graduated - in addition to 1 diploma degree in Language, Literature & Culture.
Graduated bachelors - by departments:
- Department of Business & Economics: 3 bachelors
- Department of Culture & Social History: 10 bachelors
- Department of Translation & Interpreting: 3 bachelors
- Department of Social Science: 3 bachelors
- Department of Social Work: 4 bachelors
- Department of Language, Literature & Media: 1 bachelor
- Department of Theology: 1 bachelor
- Institute of Nursing & Health Science: 1 bachelor
- Institute of Learning: 5 bachelors
Graduated masters - by departments:
- Department of Culture & Social History: 4 masters
- Department of Language, Literature & Media: 7 masters
- Department of Social Science: 4 masters
During the ceremony, Per Rosing also received KNI's prize for the highest bachelor grade point average - and Camilla Kleemann-Andersen received the Greenland Business Association's prize for highest master grade point average.
We congratulate all our graduates on completing their education.