I want to share with you all the moments that will come before I will start my new experience of attending university, as I did during the months before the start of my exchange-year in Sweden, as a high-school second-last year student.
It is so nice to read about those feelings I felt when I was still in Rome, waiting for that year to change my life, my personality and my interests.
Now I am here again to tell about my experience. So, two days ago I went to a fair where most of the Italian public and private universities were shown. It was really chaotic there, but I talked with some of the representants of the universities I was curious for. Among them there were the Westminster University and some interpreting and translation ones in Rome.
A curious thing that you should know is that on the way to the fair, asking directions, a girl of my age enjoyed me because she also needed to know where to go. We talked and found out that our interest was almost the same. We wanted to study cultural mediation or by the way something that had much to do with languages and travels.
So we actually visited the fair together and decided to visit one of the universities of interpreting in Rome, that looked very good and whom students we talked with at the fair, gave us a good explanation of the field of studying and good impressions about teachers.
So yesterday I went to ask information because this university is also very close to my school, my house, and the place where I sing in the choir. They did not tell me almost anything because the kind that does orientation was not there, but they should get in touch to book a complete visit into the university.
So I am waiting for the call, and I really look forward to discover something more about this university, that is called SSML Gregorio VII, that is here.
It is a private one and this is the reason why I will try to get as many informations as possible before take my choice.
The languages which are taught are English, a second language to choose among French, German and Spanish, and a third language between Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Arabic. Then you have other subjects concerning global topics and society in general. So, I am very excited and I am letting you know about any news!
For those who are now in Rome, tomorrow, at the Swedish Church in via Bertoloni, a traditional Swedish Christmas bazaar will be hold under the whole day. If you are interested, check this out!