Yilli Morina, the 13-year-old mathematical genius from the Shuto Orizari quarter in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, who spends most of his time solving math and physics exercises and problems and tutors university students from North Macedonia and abroad, received a full scholarship and will continue his education at an international school. Meta.mk has already published his story and also presented it in the 36th episode of Shortcut.
“Maarif International Schools provides scholarship opportunities for special/gifted students. The 13-year-old math genius, Yilli Morina received a 100% scholarship from our school. Yilli will attend school in Skopje Campus in the 2022-2023 academic year. We wish him a lot of success and remarkable achievements in his future endeavors”, the school announced.
At the start of this month, Yilli had a meeting with a representative of the Maarif Foundation, Mehmet Baran, when he told his story about his success in the field of mathematics and expressed his wish to continue his education in Turkey.
After Meta.mk’s story about Yilli, the boy has met with President Stevo Pendarovski as well as the Minister of Education and Science, Jeton Shaqiri. They spoke about the need to provide support for young talents and the need for reforms of education that will allow the advancement of talented pupils. Yilli told a story of how due to a lack of appropriately adapted school program, he had to learn with the help of theiInternet by following professors from abroad, and then he also started sharing his knowledge on his YouTube channel.