Glasgow Caledonian University.

Awards & Ceremonies

University awards top management students.

Two students were awarded CMI prizes at a Departmental Awards Ceremony held at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in June to acknowledge the Best Undergraduate and Best Postgraduate Management students of 2016.

Divine Okolo, who graduated with a first class honours from BA (Hons) Management, Technology and Enterprise programme, was awarded the CMI prize for Best 2016 Undergraduate Management Student.

Divine had the highest overall average of all students across four different business management programmes run in the Department, making her top of a cohort of circa 330 students. Zhezhe Guan, a student on MSc International Business Management programme, was awarded the CMI prize for Best 2016 Postgraduate Management Student.

Zhezhe has proven herself as one of the top students across two programmes MSc Management and MSc International Business Management.

Both masters programmes have CMI dual accreditation and students completing these programmes are eligible for a Level 7 CMI qualification in Strategic Management and Leadership (following CMI verification). Glasgow Caledonian University has been a CMI HE partner since 2013.

Zhezhe Guan
Divine Okolo

Dr Susan Ogden, Head of Department of Business Management at Glasgow Caledonian University and Vice Chair of CMI Scotland Board presented students Zhezhe Guan (pictured left) and Divine Okolo (pictured right) with their awards.