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Who wrote the best MSc thesis in Economics and Business? Join the election on Tuesday 30 September (3pm)

25 September 2014

Mariska Verstappen, Lieke Kools and Mark Damink are the nominees for Best MSc Thesis 2013-2014 at the Faculty of Economics and Business. On Tuesday 30 September (in the Careers Week) they will present their thesis.
Everyone is invited to come and join the election as of 3pm in 'de Rode Zaal', Duisenberg Pavilion (Zernike). The winner will be awarded a cheque of € 1,000.

Students put a lot of effort in their MSc Thesis, hoping for a high grade. The Faculty of Economics and Business wants to reward this effort by awarding the Best MSc Thesis 2013-2014. All students with a grade of 9 or 10 were eligible for the award. A jury made a shortlist of three nominees. These nominees will give a presentation on their MSc Thesis. Based on the Theses and the presentations the jury will announce the winner.

Make sure not to miss this event!

Tuesday September 30, 2014, 15 .00 – 17.00 hrs.
‘Rode Zaal’, Pavilion Duisenberg Building

Nominees: Mariska, Lieke and Mark
Nominees: Mariska, Lieke and Mark
Last modified:04 September 2015 11.03 a.m.

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