Top in the World – Sociology
Romanian students are awarded with significant distinctions and medals in various challenging scientific competitions. They are well-known for winning the gold medal in the Mathematics Olympiad or in other exact sciences. The latest news is that we now have a Romanian student who is number one in the world in analyzing people’s way of living, following an international examination. She has a very strong knowledge in Sociology, especially Romanian Sociology and she decided to study abroad in Oxford to be more precise. Aruna studies to a very high extend peoples’ way of living: customs, rules, mistakes It’s interesting to study the society. I think the most important thing is not to stop where the manual ends. One year before her adult life starts, Aruna is number 1 in Sociology. She passed a two day exam
where students from 120 countries participated. It wasn’t easy, but solving society’s problems is more interesting than solving mathematics or chemistry problems. For example, feminists are saying that women haven’t reached their full potential yet… and some of them are taking this matter so further off and are actually saying that women no longer should live with men Aruna is amused by the sociologists’ extreme theories. She would like to explore different areas, for instance, teenagers’ behavior. We are all complaining that our parents do not understand us Teenagers would like to go away from their parents, not for good, but they would like to explore the world Aruna will also leave Romania. She will study Law at Oxford University. She doesn’t want to practice sociology or to become a lawyer; she would like to become a literary critic. The purpose of graduating from a university shouldn’t be to find a job or opportunities. It should rather be an opportunity to learn to think and see the world in a certain way. Aruna is one of the thousands of teenagers who decided to leave the country. Aruna considers that Romania is a country with lots of liabilities due to the lack of education and that Romanian people are lacking the courage to embrace the change. We should not fear change, we need to embrace and accept change. Your chances to get a higher wages than the minimum one, is related with your education level. Aruna assigns the homework of the Romanian education system’s reformation to our rules. If they do not succeed, she will!