Invitation to the Graduation Ceremony
The European School of Economics is proud to present this year’s outstanding group of graduands on April 21st 2018. Students who have fulfilled all their academic requirements will be receiving their undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Buckingham (UK) and University of Central Europe (UCEU).
If you are receiving this booklet today, then you are amongst these fortunate graduands, and we would be honoured for you to accept our most sincere congratulations!
As graduands, you represent the next generation of entrepreneurs and company leaders of international stature for global business. The Annual Graduation Ceremony is an important international event, something that can stay with you through all walks of life. The ESE tradition continues this year as the celebration will be held in Florence, Italy.
We will be there to experience and share the joy of this glorious event, together with our graduating students as well as their families and friends who are attending the event, with our Alumni and with all the people that make ESE unique!
We hope for you to always cherish the philosophy of the School, and hope for you to apply its principles throughout your life.
“The creative motto of the European School of Economics, ‘Visibilia ex Invisibilibus,’ contains the very nature of its educational philosophy: “All we see and touch, all we perceive, the skyscrapers of finance, the pyramids of industry, the discoveries and achievements of science and technology, all we call “reality”, is nothing but the projection of an inner invisible world, a world of ideas and values that runs vertically to the plane of our existence: the world of Being. The way we feel, and think, our aspirations and the uniqueness of our ideas, what we believe in, and our dreams are what determine our destiny.
President and Founder of the European School of Economics
Honored Guest: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Prof Jozef Minďáš
In 2007 the Director of the Ministry of Environment and Forests of the Slovak Republic was the first Slovakian citizen to receive the most prestigious award in the world for research on the impact of pollutants on the earth’s climate. Prof. Jozef Minďáš is part of the international team – IPCC – which received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 (Al Gore and the UN climate committee awarded with the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize).
Prof. Jozef Minďáš is the rector of the University of Central Europe in Skalica (UCEU), is responsible for the scientific, pedagogical and educational activities for the implementation of the powers assigned to the University in accordance with the Constitution and the laws of general application of the UCEU in the Republic of Slovak.