My years at John Cabot have taught me much more than facts and figures about Economics, History and Politics; I have matured personally and professionally. My academic and work experiences, coupled with the opportunity to live in an international environment and be with people from different parts of the world, have been unbeatable. Last but not least, the professors have always been available, fair and have provided invaluable support.
My experience at John Cabot started with the ENLUS course. In a semester I reached the level of English fluency I needed to pursue my undergraduate studies in English not only at John Cabot but also in the U.S.
In fact, I spent a semester abroad studying at the University of Massachusetts in Boston thanks to John Cabot’s Direct Exchange Program: a great experience that helped me mature and become more independent.
During my studies I also interned at the British Council, where I put into practice what I learned in the classroom and I improved important skills ranging from time-management to completing tasks in an effective and timely way.
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