The students Jessica Rudnik, Stephan Milius and Malik Voß are awarded with this year’s NIT Study Award. The prize honors students with an outstanding academic performance at the NIT Northern Institute of Technology Management. With an excellent GPA of 1,2 NIT student Jessica Rudnik is top of her class, followed by Stephan Milius and Malik Voß with excellent GPAs of 1,3 and 1,4. The award with a value of € 2.000 in total was sponsored by the Dr. Dieter and Renate Liebich-Stiftung.
NIT’s Director of Academic & Student Affairs Merle Emre and Dieter Podlech, representing the Dr. Dieter und Renate Liebich-Stiftung, presented the awards at the annual Advent Meeting. Emre honored not only the high performance of the three award winners but also mentioned the commitment of the whole class: "Class 17's performance in general is very remarkable. It's a big achievement to master not only one but twho master's or, as in Jessica's case, to handle a dissertation in parallel to the demanding studies at the NIT."
Every winter semester, NIT honors the best performers of the first year in the master’s program. Thanks to the kind support of the Dr. Dieter and Renate Liebich-Stiftung, it is possible that each prize includes a cash award.
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