(Image: Competition winner Helen Farrants with IEG's Dr Elmfors)
18 year old Helen is one of only two students from the whole of Sweden to have won a national science project, which concentrated around the Ecoli virus. That project was supervised by Dr Neha Pant, Department of Laboratory Medicine at Karolinska Institute.
Out of the many science candidates who entered, Helen’s work impressed the examining body so much they awarded Helen the unique award of six weeks attendance and working at the Center of Excellence in Education in collaboration with MIT and Research Science
IEGS maintains its commitment to helping students win places at top British and American universities.
Dr Jon Buscall visited the school on May 12 and gave a talk to second years about studying in Britain and the US.
For those of you that attended the lecture, his slideshow is available online.
He'll be visiting the school again in the autumn to help students write their personal statements and application forms.
Internationella Engelska Gymnasiet (IEGS) has been privileged enough to be selected to co-operate with four other Gymnasiums at Stockholm's prestigious Moderna Museet. This is part of a project called “ZON MODERNA”, which is aimed at gymnasium students.
In conjunction with a major Andy Warhol exhibition a group of four students from IEGS will be working together with well-known Swedish artist, Åsa Cederqvist. Cederqvist was specifically selected for this project because of her skills as a filmmaker for advertising, music videos, musician and of course artist. A lot of her own work