Graduation ceremony in Friedensau
14. Oct. 2020
On Sunday, 11 October 2020, 34 graduates received their certificates and diplomas at the Friedensau Adventist University in a ceremonial setting. The ceremonial address was held by Christian Molke, Director of ADRA Deutschland e.V. The deans of the two faculties, Prof. Dr. Thomas Spiegler, and Prof. Stefan Höschele, as well as the Rector, Prof. Dr. Roland Fischer, congratulated and presented the certificates and also various prizes to particularly committed and ambitious students.
Greetings from the State Secretary for Economics and Science, Dr. Jürgen Ude, as well as Werner Dullinger as representative of the Church Leadership of the Seventh-day Adventists, the university, the Students' Council and the students were concluded with a "Goodbye" speech by the Rector.
Lea Jelinek (violin) and Melanie Bahr (piano) played Henry Purcell's "Sonata in G minor" at the graduation ceremony; Martin Lindtner (course "German as a foreign language") played the 1st movement of the "Four Ballad Stories" by Milan Tesar.
You can find it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxN-8M30jGo
The Friedensau Adventist University has been a state-recognized university in the sponsorship of the Church of Seventh-day Adventists for 30 years. Eight B.A. and M.A. courses of study - some of them extra-occupational - in the fields of Christian social work and theology as well as a course in German as a foreign language can be taken here. About 30 nations are represented among the students and teachers. Prospective students can register to Schnuppertagen and get to know the life in the lecture-room and on the Campus: https://www.thh-friedensau.de.