Nobel International School Algarve is proud to announce that one of its former students is set to become a regular contributor to the school’s parent group, Globeducate.
Javier Guerra Vence graduated from Nobel International School Algarve in Summer 2018 and is now studying Meng Aeronautical Engineering, a four-year degree, at Imperial College, London.
He achieved A-Levels in Maths, Physics, Biology and Spanish, and AS Levels in Further Maths and Economics.
His blogs on the life of an undergraduate and tips for university success caught Globeducate’s eye, who felt his insight could be helpful for fellow undergrad students.
Javier’s first in a series of interesting monthly blogs, titled ‘Your success in university life goes beyond your success in university’, explores why sometimes maximising university grades can be counter-productive, and the importance of strategic thinking.
Recalling her former student, Nobel Algarve teacher Brigitte Lehodey said: “Javier was an applied student at Nobel who achieved amazing results in all his subjects and it is very interesting to read his testimony about studying at Imperial College.
“I am sure our students will benefit from his mature reflection about time management and future professional life. Testimonies from alumni are always valuable for our students as they feel closer to them”.
Keep up with Javier’s monthly blogs, here.