Catalina Burdujan is currently studying maths, chemistry, computer science and physics at Reddam House Berkshire, England after receiving a full HMC scholarship. She is very interested in technology and sustainability as she is doing a introductory project with the University of Bath in computer science and robotics, work experience in technology and organised a coding club in order to help younger students with programming. Moreover, she participated in the Model United Nations this April, from where she gained a plethora of skills, like public speaking and logic. In the past years, she has been part of 2 non-governmental organisations in Moldova, working from distance in order to give back to the community and help people.
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