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Laurent Simons is a child prodigy from Belgium who is on his way to obtain a degree at the tender age of 9 years . Laurent, born in Ostende, Belgium, studies electrical engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. He entered at the age of 8 and is expected to complete a three-year program in 10 months. While Laurent seems to be able to learn faster than most, her parents make sure she has fun. “We don’t want him to get too serious, he does what he wants,” Alexander said. “We have to find a balance between a child’s being and his talents,” Laurent said he likes to play Sammy with his dog and how many young people play on his mobile phone. However, unlike most 9-year-olds, he has already discovered what he wants to do with his life: develop artificial organs.
Laurent Simons Age
She is only 9 years old.
Laurent Simons Education, Early Life
Laurent grew up in Belgium with her grandparents while her parents worked in the Netherlands. He started elementary school when he was 4 years old and went to high school at 6, according to his father. Now he lives with his parents in Amsterdam.
Laurent Simons Parents
His parents, Lydia and Alexander Simons, said they thought Laurent’s grandparents were exaggerating when they said he had a gift, but his teachers soon agreed. Outside of school, said his father, Laurent Simons is like any child his age.
Laurent Simons 9 Years Old Graduate
Laurent Simons is studying electrical engineering at Eindhoven Technological University (TUE), a difficult course even for students of average postgraduate age. Laurent becomes one of the youngest people in the world to graduate from college. Because of this, his teachers and others have called him a genius.
Laurent Simons Future Program
Described by the staff as “simply extraordinary,” Laurent is on track to finish his degree in December. He then plans to embark on a doctorate program in electrical engineering while studying for a medical degree, his father told CNN.
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