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Alumni accomplishments

Tommaso Allan (European School of Culham) was admitted in the Scottish national team Under 18 in 2011.

Alexander Fisch (European School of Brussels III, German section) won the Belgian Olympic games for mathematics in 2012 and in 2010. In 2012 he also won the silver medal in theinternational mathematics' olympics.

Georges Pantalos (European School of Brussels I, French section) won the 2nd prize of the Belgian Olympic games for mathematics in 2011.

Raffaele Vaccaro (European School of Brussels I, Italian section) won in 2012 the European rugby championship Under 18 with the Belgian team. He was the captain.

Elias Berglund (European School of Mol, English section) won in 2012 the European rugby championship under 18 with the Belgian team. 
Benoit Vernier (European School of Brussels III, French section) won the 3rd prize of the Belgian Olympic games for mathematics in 2011 and the 4th prize of the Belgian Olympic games for informatics in 2012.

Famous alumni

Florence Aubenas (European School of Brussels I, French section) is a French journalist, who works for a long time for the French newspaper Libération.

George Danezis (European School of Brussels I) Former a full-time researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge in 2007. Currently Reader in Security and Privacy Engineering at University College London

Philippe Daverio (European School of Varese) is an art critic very respected in Italy. He was in charge of culture in Milan from 1993 to 1997. He worked for many Italian magazines and TV shows.

Patricia de Grave (European School of Brussels I) became professor of Physic in 1999 at the Catholic University of Louvain La Neuve.

Eric Everard (European School of Brussels and Luxemburg, French section) is a Belgian manager, who created in 1988 the European Student’s Fair. In 1997 he founded Artexis, one of the largest organizers of exhibitions and trade fairs in Europe.

Karl Falkenberg (European School of Brussels) became Director General for Environment in the European Commission in 2009.
Giovanni Ferrero (European School of Brussels I, Italian section) became CEO of Ferrero SpA in 2011.

Max Gazzè (European School of Brussels II, Italian section) is an Italian songwriter and musician who worked in Belgium, France and in Italy . He has worked with many European artists including Stephan Eicher and Stewart Copeland.

Karin Giegerich (European School of Varese) is an actress, who worked in Italy, Germany, Switzerland and France.

Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (European School of Brussels I, German section) is a German film director who worked in Germany and in the United States. He is best known for writing and directing the 2007 Oscar-winning film The Lives of Others and The tourist.

Boris Johnson (European School of Brussels I, English section) was elected Mayor of London in 2008.

Bas Kast (European School of Munich) is a German journalist and writer.

Thomas Larkin (European School of Varese) is an ice hockey defender. He played with the Italian national ice hockey team.
Viktor Lazlo (real name Sonia Dronier) (European School of Mol) is a French singer, actress and writer. She worked in Belgium and France .

Isabella Lenarduzzi (European School of Brussels I) is a Belgian manager. She created the “European Student’s Fair” in 1988. In 2006, she founded JUMP which gathers tools dedicated to women’s professional life.

Antonio Loprieno (European School of Brussels I, Italian section) became Rector of the University of Basel in 2006. In 2012, he heads the Conference of Swiss University Rectors (CRUS).

Pierre Lory (European School of Brussels I, French section) became director of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, for the Religious Sciences Section in 2012.

Enrico Malacarne (European School of Varese) is an ice hockey player. He played with the Italian national ice hockey team.

Laura Marine (European School of Brussels I, French section) is a French actress. She worked in France, Belgium and in Great Britain, featuring for example in Highlander (season 4).

Pietro Pizzuti (European School of Brussels I, Italian section) is a Belgian actor and director.

Federico Rampini (European School of Brussels I, Italian section) is an Italian journalist and writer. He worked in France, Belgium, United States and China.

Marco Rizzo (European School of Varese) is an ice hockey player. He played with the Italian national ice hockey team.

Laura Rosano (European School of Luxemburg) is an Italian illustrator for children’s books.

Giorgio Serafini (European School of Brussels I, Italian section) is an Italian director. He works in Italy and in the United States. In 2010 he directed Game of Death.

Derek Toletti (European School of Varese) is an ice hockey player. He played with the Italian national ice hockey team HC Varese.

Dominique Tourneix (European School of Varese) became CEO of Oeneo Closure Division society in 2012.

Ursula von der Leyen (European School of Brussels) was Federal Minister of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth in the First Cabinet Merkel and Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs in the Second Cabinet Merkel.

Anna von Hohenberg, Princess of Luxembourg (European School of Luxemburg) daughter of Franz Ferdinand, Duke of Hohenberg and Princess Elisabeth of Luxemburg. She is one of the descendants of Charles III of Spain.

Edmond Wellenstein (European School of Luxemburg, Dutch section) became ambassador in permanent representative of Netherland for the OCSE in 2007.

Olivier Willocx (European School of Brussels I, French section) became in 2000 the CEO of Brussels’ Chamber of Commerce. This fused with the Business Union in 2006 to become the Brussels Enterprises Commerce and Industry which he led since its creation.

 

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