Welcome back to other episode of my study abroad series! As you guys may or may not already know, I am doing my exchange semester at Bocconi University in Milan. I've been wanting to vlog my life as an international student here so here it is!
This is a realistic depiction of a normal 'weekday' in my life here. Sure there are so many another fun and cultural things to do in the castle, but it is not something that I do daily! I will definitely be making other vlog on all the another cool things though (restaurants, tourist destinations and the party stage) so please STAY TUNED to the next episodes!
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Hey I have a question for you: Do most Italian lecturers have such poor English pronunciation?
Hey should you please claim me whether you encountered racism in italy so far? Im applying to Bocconi but I heard that racism vs Asians is a gigantic thing in Milan
hi! I will be studying there in the Fall I trust. Do you have suggestions for apartment companies to go through or would you suggest the dorm living? Also, what classes did you take in what major?
How did you go about finding housing?
how do you search the language barrier in italy? or can you speak italian? Im looking into applying to bocconi university as an exchange student like yourself, however Im an english speaker and cannot speak italian so i worry that i may feel excluded or search it hard to engage with recipients if everyone speaks italian amongst themselves in social settings etc.
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