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Mór Szepesi visited our school

In Hungary, it is rare to get into a top American university such as Yale, Princeton or Columbia, and even rarer to be able to choose from such universities, because they are all open to you. Mór Szepesi, a graduate student at the American International School in Budapest, has worked hard to achieve this success. He has studied at Anglo-Saxon institutions since kindergarten, was a founding member of his school’s debate club, volunteered in Senegal and was president of the student council for many years. He spoke to the students of our school about his studies, his experiences and his plans.