On Anime Day, Gil do Vigor encourages students and reminds them of where their studies have taken them: Doctorate in America | tv and famous

On Anime Day, Gil do Vigor encourages students and reminds them of where their studies have taken them: Doctorate in America |  tv and famous

From the United States, where he is pursuing a PhD (postdoctoral) in economics at the University of California, Davis, Gil do Vigor sent a message to those taking the National High School Examination (Anem) 2021 exam this Sunday, 21/11. The former BBB made a post in which he recalls the day he found out he went to university and Motivated the students not to leave their studies midway,

“That day I found out I went to university. It was a dream and today I see how important this date was for the rest of my life. All my positive energy goes to make you feel that I What felt in this one moment. No matter when. Long learning!

Gil du Vigor — Photo: Instagram reproduction

Born in Jabatao dos Guerrapes, in the interior of Pernambuco, Gil earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Federal University of Pernambuco. At the same institution, he took master’s and doctoral degrees before moving to the United States, where in September of this year he began his PhD in economics at the University of California at Davis,

During BBB21, Gill spoke about the fight he went through to clear the entrance exam. Watch.

Gill remembers when he almost gave up taking the entrance exam

On the Ana Maria Braga program, Gil advises mothers to support their children during an anime test:

Mothers encourage children going for enemas

Mothers encourage children going for enemas

Check out some of Gill’s moments in the US, where he holds a PhD:

Gil do Vigor talks about meeting Anita in Las Vegas: ‘She gave me a lot of advice’

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