Mexican student to participate in Microsoft world championship

Mexican student to participate in Microsoft world championship

MEXICO – After winning first place in the Word 365/2019 category at the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) National Championship, Brian Issai Rivera Carreon, a student of the Information Technology Engineering Educational Program at the Polytechnic University of San Luis Potosi (UPSLP), will represent Mexico at the World Championship to be held in Anaheim, California.

In this regard, the Minister of Education of the State Government (SEGE), Juan Carlos Torres Cedillo recognized the effort and skills of the teenager Brian Rivera.

He also wished him success as a representative of San Luis Potosi and Mexico, reminding him that the Government will support brilliant students who are an example for future generations.

Authorities highlighted that UPSLP students, who took their certification exams between August and December 2021, had the opportunity to participate in the MOS Internal Championship, to select the representatives of this institution in the national eliminatory.

The Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship, presented by Certiport, is a global competition that tests students’ skills in Microsoft Office Word, Excel® and PowerPoint® .

The best students are invited to represent their respective countries in the World Championship. In some of them, students must participate in a National Championship and the winners of that event continue on to the World Championship.

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