33,500 students intrigued by sciences thanks to Banque Libano-Française

For immediate release – Beirut, June 17, 2019. Banque Libano-Française (BLF), under the label “Lucky to be Young”, supported the “InterSciences” competitions organized worldwide by the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE) and the “Groupe de Recherche pour l’Enseignement des Mathématiques” (GREM), with the aim of encouraging all students to improve their knowledge and benefit from their skills in a short period of time.

These competitions gave the chance to more than 33,500 students, from the 4th grade to senior classes, in 41 different registered schools in Lebanon, to participate in the “Castor Informatique”, “Course Aux Nombres”, “Mathématiques Sans Frontières”, “Olympiades de Chimie”, “Olympiades de Géosciences”, and “Olympiades de Mathématiques”.

The best 107 students and 12 classes were rewarded for their excellent results. The winners were granted trophies, Lucky to be Young Packages from BLF and many other gifts, during a ceremony held on Saturday May 11 at the “Grand Lycée Franco-Libanais (GLFL), in the presence of their parents, professors and school directors.

As “A Partner for all Ambitions”, BLF places the youth at the heart of its activities, offering a range of products and services, among which the Lucky to be Young Package, and organizing several activities in order to help them improve on both personal and professional levels, and to offer them great moments of leisure.


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