Students from Saudi Arabia excel in the European Math Olympiad

Students from Saudi Arabia excel in the European Math Olympiad

RIYADH: Two Saudi girls performed exceptionally well during the April 11–17 European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad in Georgia.

For high school ladies who have an interest in arithmetic beyond what is taught in the classroom, there is an international tournament called The Olympiad. 212 students from 54 different nations took part this year. Saudi Arabia, represented by the Ministry of Education and the King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba), took home two medals from the competition.

The Kingdom is taking part in the Mathematical Olympiad for the twelfth time. Saudi students have received seven certificates of appreciation, two gold, six silver, and thirteen bronze medals over the years.

The results of the students, according to Mawhiba’s Secretary-General Amal bint Abdullah Al-Hazzaa, demonstrate the integration of the Kingdom’s institutions and its dedication to developing young talent through training and education under international standards. She commended Mawhiba and the Ministry of Education for their collaboration, which strives to build Saudi human capital under Saudi Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Program.

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