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Outstanding results by latest LSE Stelios Scholar graduates!

02.09.11 posted by Cathrine Villioti

Many congratulations to our 2007-2011 Stelios Scholar cohort.

Outstanding results by this year’s LSE Stelios Scholar graduates!  Many congratulations to our 2007 – 2011 cohort who attended their graduation on 14 & 15 July this year.  And several of you are successfully working already.  A big well done to Isteaque Ahmed, Aiasha Khalid, Alice Yu, Robert Brereton, Rosa Rajendran, Gaurang Pipalia, Filipe Martins, Mohsen Khairaldin-Garcia and Tomas Vrba and we look forward to keeping in touch with you all.


Cass Business School has been ranked among the top 4 in the UK and top 15 in Europe

Cass Business School has been ranked among the top 4 in the UK and top 15 in Europe

11th August 2011

A letter to Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou from the Dean of Cass Business School writes:

The Financial Times has today published its European Business Schools ranking 2011 and Cass has been ranked 4th in the UK and 15th in Europe.

This ranking is compiled by amalgamating the Financial Times' rankings for Full Time MBA, Executive MBA, Executive Education and MSc Management, and we are pleased to have maintained a very high UK and European ranking.



Stelios Award winner appointed to government in Cyprus

Praxoula AntoniadouCongratulations to our former winner of the Stelios Award For Business Co-operation In Cyprus, Praxoula Antoniadou who in 2009 won with her company 'Three Ladies' and has now been appointed as the Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism in Cyprus!



Sir Stelios appeals for Cyprus disaster funds


Monaco Today reports:

Sir Stelios Haji-loannou, the founder of easyJet and Honorary Consul for Cyprus in Monaco, has appealed for donations for the families of the victims of the munitions explosion on July 11 that killed 13. At a fund-raising cocktail party last night on the terrace above the Yacht Club, Sir Stelios said: “Like everyone else with links to Cyprus I was deeply shocked by the explosion and my thoughts go to the families of the deceased. I would like to express my deepest condolences.” The well-attended party, with Prince Albert present, heard Sir Stelios say that as the Consul for Cyprus his burden of work was not usually very heavy.



The Philanthropic Foundation of Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou reaches out to the families of the victims of the 11th July explosion at Mari

spf_cyprus_disaster_leafletThe well-known entrepreneur Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has begun a humanitarian campaign with the aim of raising funds for the families who lost loved-ones in the fatal 11th July explosion at Mari.

Expressing his sympathy Stelios, the founder of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation said:

“Like all of us who have close ties with Cyprus, I feel deeply affected by the tragedy, and I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives.”  

In an effort to support the families of the thirteen individuals who lost their lives in the accident, the entrepreneur, who is of Cypriot origin, will open special accounts at key banks for the deposit of relief funds. Through his philanthropic foundation, he will make an opening deposit of €50,000.  



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