Uriel Gansou representing Benin at the Oxford Royale Academy

Uriel Gansou, Year 11, has been accepted to attend the Oxford Royale Academy 2018 Summer School in the United Kingdom on a full scholarship.  As the Oxford Royale Academy Team wrote in their letter announcing his acceptance:

“Uriel Gansou has been accepted to attend our 2018 Summer School as part of our Regional Bursary Programme.  We are looking forward to welcoming him to Oxford Royale Academy!

The other applications from The English International School Benin were also very strong.  We hope they were not disappointed to have been unsuccessful this time, as we would welcome another application from them in the future.”

Oxford Royale Academy Summer School prides itself on its broad academic programme, a fine study abroad experience and varied social and enrichment opportunities, which include visits to museums, city tours and workshops.

We heartily congratulate Uriel Gansou on his acceptance to this excellent programme and are honoured that he will represent The English International School in the U.K. this summer.

More information on Oxford Royale Academy Summer Schools can be found on their website.

 

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