The ‘Italian Study Vacations’ series answers your questions

Do you dream of  speaking a foreign language and traveling or even living abroad but worry that an Italian study vacation could be too difficult or expensive for you?

Over the next few weeks we’ll be publishing the “Italian Study Vacations” series, ten short articles designed to answer the questions you may have about this type of vacation and to help you decide if studying in Italy would work for you.

We’ll be covering these topics:

So, if you dream of speaking and understanding Italian, be sure to look out for these articles

Go to the first article in this series, Why Study In Italy?

 

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