Since its inception in 2006, the World Scholar’s Cup has become a global learning festival for children worldwide aged 8 to 18. Welcoming thousands of excellent students from more than 60 countries, the World Scholar’s Cup presents a life-changing opportunity that affords students a sharpening of critical thinking, research skills, academic writing, debating and logical thinking.
Enlisted in the Skittles division (for children aged 08 to 11), Nhat Lam shared that she heard of this event only two weeks before the competition.
Ultimately, with a comprehensive knowledge base and excellent English debating skills, Nhat Lam successfully championed the Regional Round along with her two teammates. Finishing 1st in the Team debating round, followed by a 2nd place in the Writing round, her team accumulated points and was ranked 2nd overall. With this outstanding result, Nhat Lam and her teammates have won themselves a ticket to the Global Round hosted in Danang this August.
For Lam, she sees the World Scholar’s Cup as a catalyst for knowledge, cultivating confidence and public speaking skills.
When she was asked how teenage fashion would change in the next 20 years, Nhat Lam impressed the judges with an answer that went far beyond her personal views. She stated that fashion is the reflection of our true selves on the inside - a growing sense of strong personality within teenagers worldwide is driving a sophisticating trend in youth fashion.
BVIS is extremely proud of Lam’s achievement and we wish her and the team the very best of luck at the upcoming Global Round!