During the University’s 3rd December Graduation ceremony, Jose Miguel Herrera Rivas was named as the 2022 valedictorian for the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons). When asked about his experience of studying at the University of Gibraltar he said, “deciding to [study the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)] was one of the best decisions I have ever made. To this day and after almost three years of bachelors, I can say that I have been introduced to the business world at a professional level with a great toolkit and resources and I am very motivated to keep learning and progressing”.
Jose Miguel was presented with the prize during a meeting at our Europa Point Campus.
On behalf of KPMG Gibraltar, Steph Beavis said, “We would like to congratulate all of the 2022 Business Administration graduates and are delighted to be able to award a prize to Jose Miguel in recognition of his hard work and success in achieving the highest grade this year. We are keen to encourage students to take up business and finance in Gibraltar so they can take advantage of the excellent job opportunities in this sector.”
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