Addis Ababa July 21/2019 Admas University on Sunday graduated 7,000 students in various fields of studies.
The students graduated in diverse degree programs and vocational education and training (TVET), where the university is contributing its part to have the country a sizeable number of trained manpower at graduate level.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony held at Mellenium Hall in Addis Ababa, president of the university Molla Tsegay noted that the university has been playing a significant role in man power development and graduating over 70,000 students for the last two decades.
He said that the University has put a special emphasis on the fields of financial management while continuing to provide courses in other fields.
The university is making a difference to the social and economic well-being of the communities through teaching, research, and public events and activities, he added.
Recipient of this year’s medal award, Ruth Akalewold, told ENA that her supper confidence and resolute commitment to study hard brought her for today’s success.
Ruth who graduated in accounting and finance said that credit and saving are topmost important instruments for the development of Ethiopia.
“I conducted my thesis on the factors that weigh down credit and saving in the country,” she said and added that the country needs to have more skilled manpower to curtail the impediment in the area.