Arden's first set of graduates received their awards at the Coventry-based ceremony.
On Tuesday 12th June, Arden University was proud to host their first ever graduation ceremony in the historic Coventry Cathedral.
Families and friends gathered for this momentous occasion, along with Arden’s academics and staff, to celebrate the success of the 43 graduates, who have achieved awards in business, healthcare management and computing to name a few.
The ceremony was presided by the university’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Phillip Hallam, who commended students for their success and dedication.
“This graduation marked a monumental milestone for Arden and it was a fantastic day for our students to celebrate their hard work,” Professor Hallam said. “Congratulations to all graduates, we wish you every success!”
Among those in attendance were Chair of the Board of Directors, Professor Sir Tim Wilson, and Birmingham-based entrepreneur, Pauline Roche, who receive an honorary doctorate in Business Administration for her commitment to increasing digital literacy across the Midlands.
Deputy Chief Executive, Victoria Stakelum, said: “It was such a pleasure to take part in this very special occasion for Arden and our graduating students. The energy on the day was wonderful and it was very rewarding to spend time with our graduates and their families.”