Mihaela Florea, from Gh. M. Murgoci National College, Braila qualified for the second time in the world final in America. Last year Mihaela took the 4th place at Power Point.
Adrian Boier and Adrian Muntean, from Tiberiu Popoviciu High School, Cluj-Napoca, will represent Romania at the Word and Power Point sections respectively. Everyone will prepare for the next time for both the baccalaureate and the competition in America. Every year, young people who qualify for the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship inspire other colleagues to certify in the use of Microsoft Office applications and then join the world competition.
"I'm glad I'm going to New York because I will meet young people from different parts of the globe who come from different cultures. I want to pursue an IT career and all of the MOS certifications I have gained helped me in the applications I did at the English universities. On a personal level, working with Microsoft Office applications greatly enhances the ability to do things quickly, ie time management, "said Mihaela Florea, the Romanian representative at the Excel section.
The Microsoft Office Specialist Competition is the only Microsoft-accredited competition to provide a unique test platform so that pupils and students around the world can demonstrate their experience with Microsoft Office tools.
"Microsoft Office 365 solutions have developed enormously in recent years and incorporate increasingly complex capabilities that make our lives easier and help us evolve. At Microsoft, we support the evolution of technology, especially in terms of enhancing our capabilities, and I am very happy to see this competition gaining momentum from one year to the next, "said Violeta Luca, General Manager, Microsoft Romania.
The Microsoft Office Specialist 2019 National Champions are:
1. Adrian Boier, Informatics Highschool Tiberiu Popoviciu, Cluj-Napoca
2. Alexandra Popescu, Gymnasium School Nr. 1, Hartiesti
3. Silviu Balan, Gh. M. Murgoci National College, Braila
1. Mihaela Florea, Gh. M. Murgoci National College, Braila
2. Cristina Ciocaru, Dante Alighieri Theoretical High School, Bucharest
3. Dominique Ogreanu, Matei Basarab National College, Ramnicu Valcea
1. Adrian Muntean, Informatics Highschool Tiberiu Popoviciu, Cluj-Napoca
2. Tiberiu Danciu, a student, supported the Ion Creanga National College, Bucharest
3. Sebastian Vantu, National College of Informatics, Piatra Neamt
In the top of the most interested counties to qualify for this year's championship were Braila and Vrancea, next to Bucharest. The most difficult section was considered Excel, and the candidate's favorite was Word.
The Microsoft Office Specialist National Championship was organized in Bucharest by the EOS Foundation in partnership with Certipro Education and Microsoft Romania, as part of the most prestigious event validating skills for using Microsoft Office productivity applications in the world.
More details about the Microsoft Office Specialist 2019 World Championship can be found on the website www.moschampionship.com.