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  • Italy: Expecting the Unexpected

    Wednesday, 03 September 2014
    Julie Goffredo is studying German and Italian with European studies at the University of Bath. She is currently doing a placement in Italy, near Milan (Monza) and will then go to Vienna to work for the British Council as a language assistant. She has been blogging about her adventures, but here she tells us her tips for adapting to Italian life...
    Published in Italian-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Milan

    Saturday, 30 October 2010
    Natalia Ursinyova gives us her top tips when it comes to living and studying abroad in Milan, Italy, from accommodation to Italian culture, giving you the best advice about student life, where to go and loads more...
     
    Published in Italian-speaking
  • Moreish Milan

    Tuesday, 30 March 2010

    Milan, Italyfast-paced, urban, expensive, glamorous and nocturnal
     

    Milan is an Italian city with an edge, yes there are still beautiful buildings and gorgeous piazzas, but there is also a real urban feel to the place. It's the Italian capital of fashion, celebrity and glamour (in certain nightspots this is very evident) and so it does make for an expensive city. There is no specific student area so new friends may be scattered across the metro network, although the public transport is both very cheap (a student monthly card is only 17 euros), and very efficient. There are lots of bars and clubs, drinks are strong and restaurants stay open until 2am and clubs until 6am, but there are also lots of fantastic exhibitions, galleries, shops, theatres, and many public free events in Piazza Duomo. Milan’s location is fantastic for day trips. In the summer months, you can go to Lago Maggiore, Como, or the beautiful Cinqueterre on the Ligurian coast; and in the winter, skiing is just three hours away by train. I also visited the nearby cities of Bergamo, Genoa, Mantua, Brescia, Turin and Verona.

    Published in Italian-speaking
  • Katie studied Modern and Medieval Languages at the University of Cambridge and spent her year abroad as an Erasmus student in Milan, Italy. She graduated in 2010 and now works in Publishing.
    Published in Studied Abroad
  • Milan

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    City of the Chic
    A city made famous for its non-stop party scene and flashing lenses, this fashionista paradise is also the financial epicentre of Italy. Situated to the North of the country, it is also within striking distance of France and Switzerland, should you fancy a quick getaway from the glamour scene. But then again, why would you? You could miss out on cutting-edge club nights, chic restaurants and a buzzing social scene. For if you aspire to the new, contemporary, finger-on-the-pulse living, Milan is the place for you!
    Published in Italy

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