Alumnus awarded Ring of Honour of the Republic of Austria

 

With “distinction” to the “Promotio sub auspicii Praesidentis rei publicae”

Two words describe Roman Wörner’s educational career: “with distinction”. After his school leaving exams at a higher technical institute for electronic data processing and organization, Roman Wörner obtained a degree in “Project Management and Information Technology” at the University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna. At the same UAS, he completed the part-time study programme “European Economy and Business Management”.

The graduation from a doctoral programme in Social and Economic Sciences at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) culminated in yesterday’s conferment of the “promotio sub auspicii” by Heinz Fischer, president of the Republic of Austria.

„Promotio sub auspicii Praesidentis rei publicae”, the graduation under the auspices (patronage) of the Austrian president, is an Austrian award to honour excellent academic performance. Candidates are proposed to the Ministry of Science and Research by the senate of the university. Conditions are, beside an “excellent pass” from higher secondary education, a Bachelor’s/ Master’s/ Diploma degree, as well as a PhD, with distinction. This prize was last awarded at the WU in 1992.

The University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna would like to congratulate their alumnus Roman Wörner on this outstanding success!

We would like to thank the press office of the Vienna University of Economics and Business for providing the pictures and the possibility of linking them.

http://www.wu.ac.at/wutv/clips/20141028-promotiosubauspiciis

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