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Moldovans in the world
23 December 2015 | 12:00
Irina Postolachi: I'm happy to study at one of the most famous universities in the world
Among the winners of the Students Gala in Moldova is Irina Postolachi, the young who does her doctoral studies at Sorbonne Nouvelle University, at the department "Teaching European languages and cultures."
"I feel lucky, I feel happy and fulfilled being admitted to one of the most famous universities in the world, but no matter how far I went, I shall never forget the Alma mater, the school at home, teachers who helped me put the foundation and made me love the teaching profession," Irina Postolachi told TRM.MD.

The young is originating in Glodeni. She studied at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures in Balti. Activating at the time as a teacher of French language, her merits have been appreciated and she was invited to a maintenance grant in France.

"In 2010, when I flew for the first time to France, I got in love enormously with this country. I was pleasantly surprised by my faculty fellows’ academic knowledge, my teachers. It would be an opportunity to go back to Moldova, but at the moment, I feel good in France. I love what I do and make an enormous work. Currently, I am working on a teaching project, language teaching through the drama activities, a topical issue for Moldova too," said Irina Postolachi, distinguished in the category "Doctor" Gala students from Moldova.

"The organization of the third edition of Gala students from Moldova "Academic Excellence for Moldova“ demonstrates that we, winners, will be recognized as an international value based on merits and performance. We are proud to be considered the best. It would also be an opportunity to join ministerial teams in Moldova," added the PhD from the Sorbonne University.

TRM.MD reminds that the third edition of the Students Gala from Moldova took place on Tuesday, December 22.

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