Two international Olympic students from Bucharest will study at Harvard University

06 Mar 2016


Andrei Iliescu and Stefan Eniceicu, students in the XIIth grade at the International Theoretical Computer Science High School of Bucharest, will continue their studies at Harvard University, where they were recently accepted.







Both students are multiple medals holders from international competitions and Olympiads. They chose to continue their studies abroad, and Harvard University is, in their view, the best place. The two students have sent their registration documents and after thorough background checks, they were admitted to the prestigious US university.




Andrei Iliescu, passionate of Chemistry, is one of the six high school students who, over time, have managed to get the gold in all disciplines at the European Union Science Olympiad, announces




Stephen Eniceicu passionate about Physics, has many medals onto his name. In 2015 he won the special prize of the European Society of Physics, for the highest score obtained by a student in Europe, at the theoretical test, ie 29.8 points out of 30.




Harvard University is a private university located in the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. It was founded on 8th of September 1636, by a vote of the High Court of the British colony British, being the oldest university in the United States and the second university in the world. (Wikipedia)









Nowadays, Harvard University has a larger budget than any other educational institution in the world.











Translated and arranged after a report by: Madalina Diaconu






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