Following on from rounds one and two of the UK Linguistics Olympiad earlier this year, Upper Eighth Form student Benjamin Liow has been selected to represent the UK at international level.
After an excellent performance at the second round of the competition at Trinity College, Cambridge during the Remedy break, Benjamin will now be heading to Dublin in the summer to take part in the International Linguistics Olympiad.
The competition takes place from Monday 31 July to Friday 4 August, and Benjamin will be joined by seven other students to make up the UK team.
We wish you all the best.
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