With a strong belief in the potential and perspectives of Moldova, Maria Victoria has found her calling as a youth worker in NGOs aiming to empower young citizens to be involved in domestic affairs at the municipal level and be confident in their abilities. Education (under the form of programmes such as Wave Week Moldova) provides the youth with necessary tools to change the current fate of Moldovan democracy into one that is more aligned with European values.
Equally, being actively involved in national and international projects, and completing her A-levels at St Swithun’s School as a HMC scholar, deepened Maria Victoria’s understanding of comparative politics. This also confirmed her belief that cultural intelligence is of great importance when approaching global issues. Based on this premise, she is looking forward to pursuing a Bachelor degree in International, Social and Political Studies.
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