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Addis Ababa University is graduating more than 6,000 students

Addis Ababa University is graduating 6,163 undergraduate and graduate students in its regular, evening and distance education program. Among the graduates are 155 third-degree candidates.

The graduation ceremony is being held in the presence of senior government officials, guests and the families of the graduates.

Among the graduates are 2,559 postgraduates and 3,604 undergraduate students; 1,883 are women.

The new generation must overcome the challenges and work to bring growth and change to Ethiopia.

President Sahlework Zewde said the new generation should overcome current challenges and bring growth and change to Ethiopia.

The President, as the guest of honor at the Addis Ababa University Student Graduation Ceremony, conveyed a message of congratulations to the graduates and their families.

He said Ethiopia is also going through a lot of hardships beyond the family and friends of the graduates.

“Ethiopia needs a well-educated and skilled workforce to make the change that Ethiopia has started a success,” said President Sahlework.

He said the new generation should overcome current challenges and bring growth and change to Ethiopia.

He said the youths should support the victims for various reasons, rebuild the ruins and strengthen peace and development.

Damat graduated students in Hotel and Business College in the 6th round

The college graduated 650 students in the hotel and business sector at Ambassador Cinema today.

The president of the college, Prince Seged Melese, told Bisrat Radio that 250 of the graduates are undergraduates and the remaining 450 are in grades one to four.

According to Damat College, in terms of fulfilling its social responsibility, 30 of the undergraduate students have been given scholarships, and the 150 students have been given 25 to 50 percent discounts, he said.

In addition, 90 percent of the students will benefit from the college’s networking program, according to the graduation program.

Bisrat Radio was able to attend the event as a guest of honor.

The Damat College, which was established in 2007, has graduated more than 3,000 students in six rounds in the hotel and business sector over the past seven years, President Leulseged Melese told ENA.

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