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Congratulations to 34 new CEC-alumni!

On December 7, 2017 the students of the Master Programs “Professional MBA Automotive Industry” and “MSc Renewable Energy Systems” celebrated the successful completion of their master’s programs together with friends and family.

[Translate to English:] Graduation AMI REN

The 34 graduates come from 13 different countries. This shows the international reputation of the master’s programs of the Continuing Center.

The ceremony was opened by the Dean of Academic Affairs for Continuing Education Prof. Dr. Bob Martens FRICS. He warmly welcomed the audience and gave a brief overview of the historical development of the TU Wien and the Continuing Education Center.

Oliver Moravcik, Dr.h.c. Prof.h.c. Prof. Dr. Ing., Vice-rector for Strategic Projects and Development of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava talked about the cooperation between two universities and the successful developments of the MBA “Automotive Industry” and emphasised that all graduates are trained to deal with current and future challenges in the automotive sector.

Also, DI Karin Mottl, MSc, Managing Director of the Energiepark Bruck/Leitha, congratulated the graduates and encouraged them to go out into the world and use their knowledge to tackle the future challenges in the global energy supply.

The festive speech was held by DI Hanno Miorini, MBA (Vice President OE Sales Austria & Southeast Europe Robert Bosch AG). In his speech, he addressed the topics energy, mobility and society. With these topics he connected the contents and future challenges that await the graduates of both master’s programs.

In the main part of the ceremony, the academic degrees and certificates of study completion were awarded for the respective postgraduate programs.

The Continuing Education Center of the TU Wien & the STU Bratislava proudly present the graduates of the Professional MBA Automotive Industry:

Florian Arnezeder (Austria)
Jozef Balát (Slovak Republic)
Benjamin Fastnacht (Germany)
Daniela Hanzlickova (Slovak Republic)
Leo Johann Anton Höppel (Austria)
Ho Hyun Kim (Republic of Korea)
Bernd Kögler (Austria)Sascha Kolb (Austria)
Naresh Laddha (Austria)
Ulrich Lauda (Austria)
Artur Lipin (Russian Federation)
Lennart Ludwig (Germany)
Inge Murgasova (Slovak Republic)
Michaela Ploszeková (Slovak Republic)
Michael Markus Maria Schmidt (Austria)
Vadim Sebeykin (Russian Federation)
Radomir Sluk (Slovak Republic)
Thomas Solderits (Austria)
Patrick Wagner (Austria)
Hielke Ytsma (Netherlands)
Maxim Zaitsev (USA)


The Continuing Education Center of the TU Wien & the Energiepark Bruck an der Leitha proudly present the graduates of the MSc Renewable Energy Systems:

Hoshyar Aziz Baker (Iraq)
Jaidev Dhavle (Netherlands)
Antonietta Di Chio (Italy)
Shinji Komori (Japan)
Angela Rocio Laverde Canon (Colombia)
Jinsun Lim (Republic of Korea)
Roxana Predoiu (Romania)
Christhian Rengifo (Peru)
Ulrich Tschiesche (Austria)
Anton Tsenov (Austria)
Paul Chaloupka (Austria)
Norbert Koller (Austria)


The Continuing Education Center of the TU Wien proudly presents the alumna of the Professional MBA Facility Management:

Diana Todorova (Bulgaria)

The awarding of the diploma degrees was followed by valedictorian speeches of the different Master programs.

The valedictorian for the Professional MBA Automotive Industry, Mag. Michael Schmidt, MBA congratulated colleagues and is proud of the success, for the first time all participants graduate together. He thanked the family members for their support.

As valedictorian for the MSc Renewable Energy Systems, Roxana Predoiu looked back on the intensive but rewarding two years of the master’s program and concluded with the quote from Nelson Mandela “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” and an appeal to use and implement the education received in the last two years.

After the official ceremony, the alumni, the guests of honor as well as the family and friends had a chance to raise their glasses to the successful completion of the program.

We congratulate the alumni and wish them all the best!