Graduation ceremony September 2015
Rector Klaus Näscher and the Chair of the University Senate, Professor Stefan Güldenberg, conferred degrees in the faculties of Architecture and Economics on the students attending. In his welcoming speech, Klaus Näscher addressed an emotional appeal to the university graduates: ‘So stick to it – go on educating both your heart and your understanding. The world needs you – with all your professionalism and personality!’
‘Completing your course at the University of Liechtenstein is a proof of the knowledge which you have made your own, with all the work and persistence that it has entailed. So I would like to express my warmest congratulations to you all! At the same time, your diploma places you under the obligation of taking on greater responsibilities – for yourselves, for others in your professional and private environment and for society as a whole, the future of which you will be helping to shape as executives and decision-makers,’ emphasised Peter Staub, Associate Professor of Architecture and Visual Culture at the University of Liechtenstein, in his keynote speech.
Six university graduates received special prizes from Liechtenstein and Swiss companies and industrial associations.
In the faculty of Architecture, the Swiss Engineering STV award, presented by the Swiss Professional Association of Engineers and Architects and awarded for the year’s best marks in the Architecture BA course, went to Daniel Haselsberger from Chur in Switzerland, who achieved a thesis mark of 6.0 and an average mark of 5.5.
LIA, the Liechtenstein Federation of Engineers and Architects, gives a prize to the best student on the Architecture MA course. The award went on this occasion to Thomas David Jochum from Bludenz in Austria, with a thesis mark of 5.5 and an average mark of 5.3.
Hilti company’s Foundation for the Encouragement of Young Talent in the Technical Professions awarded prizes for the most innovative diploma theses on the BA and MA courses in the faculty of Economics. On the Business Administration BA course, the award was conferred on Raphael Ender from Mäder in Austria, with a thesis mark of 6.0 and an average mark of 5.3. On the MA course in Entrepreneurship, the prize went to Christoph Hinteregger from Thüringen in Austria, with the same thesis mark of 6.0 and an overall average of 5.5.
LBV, the Liechtenstein Bankers’ Association, awards a prize to the best average in all modules on the BA course in Business Administration and the MA course in Banking and Financial Management. The award for the Business Administration BA went to Mathias Mathauer from Dauchingen in Germany, with a thesis mark of 6.0 and an overall mark of 5.6. On the Banking and Financial Management MA course athe prize was given to Gabriel Schäfer from Bregenz in Austria, with an outstanding mark of 6.0 for his MA thesis and an average mark of 5.9.
Absolventinnen und Absolventen nach Studiengang
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Kummer Alessandro Yves Diego
Mattle Marlon Alexander
Büchel Mirjam Anna
Büchel Isabelle Maria
Hämmerle Maike Franziska
Klien Anabel Theresa Maria
Roth Caroline Tamara
Master of Science in Architecture
Bojes Michaela Caroline
Jochum Thomas David
Weiss Alexander Josef
Master of Science in Banking and Financial Management
Hesse Tim Hendrik
Krähenbühl Jérôme Pascal
Master of Science in Entrepreneurship
Arnold Judith Sofia Maria
Bachmann Anna Katharina
Jung Alexander Moritz
Münch Miriam Elisabeth
Schneider Bernd Fabian
Vogel Saphira Gracia
Master of Science in IT and Business Process Management
Bal Cihan Ahmet
Calin Andreea Adela
Ganguly Tomal Kanti