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  • Rebecca Liquorish is a French and English student at the University of Leicester. She is currently on her year abroad in France, working as a language assistant in three primary schools in Aix-Les-Bains. In this article, she tells us about her recent trip to Milan and her unexpected celebrity encounter! For this story in more detail and many more adventures, check out Rebecca's blog

  • The Mole Diaries: Bergamo

    Thursday, 30 October 2014

    Lora Jury is a 4th-year English Literature and Italian student at the University of Reading. Originally from Wales, she took up Italian in first year, with no prior knowledge or formal language qualifications. After a life-changing conversation with a 4th-year, she ended up in Bergamo for her year abroad. Here is her insider guide to the beautiful Italian city. 

    Published in Home
  • Natalie Earl started learning Italian Ab Initio in her first year at Royal Holloway, University of London. She spent 8 months in France working as an English Language Assistant, before transferring to Civita Castellana, Italy, where she is currently working as an intern for Tour Operator "Stop in Italy".

    Published in French-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Naples

    Tuesday, 24 June 2014

    Becky is a third year French and Italian student at the University of St Andrews, and she is about to finish her year abroad working as a British Council Language Assistant in an Istituto Tecnico in Torre Annunziata, provincia di Napoli in Italy. Here is her insider guide to the city: what to pack, what not to miss, getting around town, top tips and useful Neapolitan words, phrases and links. Most of all, Becky restores Naples's reputation and puts it on the map as a top year abroad destination.

    Published in Italian-speaking
  • Hannah studied French and Italian at Durham University, and spent her year abroad working as a Language Assistant in Tuscany, Italy, and working in a hotel in France. She is now working for an American software company, dealing with their sales to the Italian market.

    Published in Language Launchpad
  • Italian #YearOverHere

    Monday, 03 November 2014

    Italian speakers, check out this page for resources and events to help you immerse yourself in the Italian language and culture without leaving the UK!


    Think we've missed something? Click here to send us your suggestions for listings!

    Published in #YearOverHere Campaign
  • Harriet Barter studies Spanish and Italian at the University of Exeter and is currently on a year abroad in Italy. Here she discusses the challenges of balancing two languages (at two levels) on a year abroad. For more of Harriet's adventures, check out her blog.

    Published in Italian-speaking
  • Learning Italian Ab Initio

    Friday, 01 August 2014

    Lucy Farrell learnt Italian ab initio at the University of Exeter and is currently studying in Venice, Italy.

    Published in Italian-speaking
  • Gabriella Craft is doing Italian Studies at the University of Reading, and is currently on an Erasmus placement for a year at the Università degli Studi di Firenze in Florence, Italy. Here is her guide to the city at the heart of the Italian Renaissance: how to get there, money, what you'll need, where to live, the city itself, transport and travel, nightlife, food, and the top ten hidden secrets and places to go in Florence.

    Published in Italian-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Forlì

    Tuesday, 16 April 2013

    Hannah Wakely is studying French and Italian at the University of Salford. She spent the first half of her year abroad studying in Forlì to fulfil the Italian quota and is spending the second half in a small town in Brittany teaching in a collège lycée. Hannah didn’t have many options for studying in Italy as the Italian department at Salford is so small, but she chose the Forlì campus of the University of Bologna because she wanted to be in the north and it has a great reputation for languages. Here's her advice for other students moving to Forlì for their year abroad...

    Published in Italian-speaking
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