My Internship at Giorgio Armani in Italy
Everyone from the UK who has done a Third Year Abroad will know of the fantastic website ThirdYearAbroad.com. Founded in 2010 by Lizzie Fane once she realised that there just wasn’t enough information out there to help students weigh up their options and cope with the many stresses of moving abroad for the first time, it’s since grown into a fountain of knowledge that I really envious of! She hit on such a brilliant idea & is the only one in her niche that has grown to be so successful.
The website features articles written by people who’ve taken a Year Abroad and a few weeks ago she tweeted me to ask if I’d write about my internship at Armani – something which I haven’t yet done on this blog! I have posted about Modena and put together a little video of Modena, but I haven’t yet told you about the 6 months I spent working there at Giorgio Armani. My interview is now up on her website (click here to read it) and I’ll give you a sneak peek here, as well as some extra photos that aren’t with the interview… Click on any photo below to open the gallery.
The interview was posted only 4 hours ago and has already had 443 views! I know her website is much much bigger than mine but I was not expecting anywhere near as many! So I thought it would be unfair to not give you the chance to read it too:
Here’s a snippet:
Q: Overall did you enjoy the experience?
A: Working abroad in Italy was one of the highlights of my entire degree and I’d recommend it to anyone – not only will you have a brilliant time living and breathing the culture, but you’ll instantly become a sought-after graduate with international experience!
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Welcome! I'm Virginia, a travel blogger from the UK, graduate of MA European Politics and BA European Languages, serial expat, and travel is an utterly fundamental part of who I am. I hope to inspire you to get out and explore the world, through helping you find opportunities to travel, work, study and live abroad, and by sharing some of the amazing places I’ve encountered so far! Click here to find out more...