Class of 2017

The seventh edition of the Master’s Program saw three new countries – and not all from coffee producing countries – join the long list of nationalities interested in this unique Master’s Program: Indonesia, Ecuador and Albania. With every year. the number of applications for admission to the program inceases, indicating that the Master’s Program has acquired with time an important place for the educational world dedicated to coffee and the industry.

Here are the participants of the Class of 2017:

1. Angel Jose Batlle Cerna – El Salvador
2. Anisa Peti – Albania
3. Basilio Fuschich
4. Cristian Andrés Reyes Camacho – Colombia
5. Fitsum Bekere Ligdi – Ethiopia
6. Gabriele Zichittella – Italy
7. Gabriele Starini – Italy
8. Gustavo Enrique Magana – El Salvador
9. Hassan Gwando – Tanzania
10. Isabel Rodriguez Cordon – Guatemala
11. Jean-Jacques Ndayisenga – Rwanda
12. José Carlos Dutriz – El Salvador
13. José Gerardo Diaz Martinez – El Salvador
14. Livia Maria Silva Mundim – Brazil
15. Manuel Eduardo Ramos Diaz – Guatemala
16. Maria Alejandra Olano Nieto – Colombia
17. Maria de Los Angeles Franco – Peru
18. Mario Francisco Idrovo Rodriguez – Ecuador
19. Monserrat Abad Bazan – Mexico
20. Mwajuma Hamis Mwangu – Tanzania
21. Riccardo Zanin – Italy
22. Silvia Corallo – Italy
23. Tri Puspita Yuli Hapsari – Indonesia
24. Vincenzo Busa – Italy
25. Wendy Esmeralda Campos Barboza – Costa Rica
26. William Arch Ford – United States
27. Yang Liu – China

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