The wonders of studying Italian. (there are quite a few…)
Why did you choose to study Italian? (just wondering…)
Here is my reason!
 
These are the reasons we all should’ve picked…
 
Why is Italian useful?
They don’t “only speak Italian in Italy”! <ul><li>There are 60.7 million Italians in Italy </li></ul><ul><li>4 million Ita...
So why study Italian at GCSE,  A-Level and University?
 
The year abroad. (Did you know you get a whole one?!)
What’s involved?! <ul><li>You’ll spend at least 7 months in Italia! </li></ul><ul><li>You’ll study at university, get a jo...
My Year Abroad (The best bits…)
Drawing and Painting
Cooking Lessons
History, Culture and Traditions
Olive Picking
Art Appreciation
Road Trips and Adventures
Football Matches
Sitting in Doorways with Friends…
Can you think of the top 5 reasons to study abroad?
Here are TYA Members’ Top 5… <ul><li>You become fluent in Italian </li></ul><ul><li>You become more confident and independ...
Careers for Italian speakers Can you think of any?
Yes – teaching, interpreting and translation (boring!) But also…
Journalism | Marketing | PR | Web Development | Broker | Solicitor | Investment Banking | Entrepreneurship |  Catering | T...
 
For more information, visit: By Lizzie Fane, Founder @thirdyearabroad
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So you're a year 9 Italian student. Why did you choose Italian? Is it worth continuing through GCSEs, A Levels and University? What's involved in studying languages at university? What's the year abroad like? What careers are there for Italian graduates? Get all the information first-hand from Lizzie Fane, Founder of the year abroad support network ThirdYearAbroad.com.

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The wonders of studying Italian.

  1. 1. The wonders of studying Italian. (there are quite a few…)
  2. 2. Why did you choose to study Italian? (just wondering…)
  3. 3. Here is my reason!
  4. 5. These are the reasons we all should’ve picked…
  5. 7. Why is Italian useful?
  6. 8. They don’t “only speak Italian in Italy”! <ul><li>There are 60.7 million Italians in Italy </li></ul><ul><li>4 million Italian citizens live abroad </li></ul><ul><li>70 million people of full- or part-Italian ancestry live abroad </li></ul>Your language skills are valuable around the world!
  7. 9. So why study Italian at GCSE, A-Level and University?
  8. 11. The year abroad. (Did you know you get a whole one?!)
  9. 12. What’s involved?! <ul><li>You’ll spend at least 7 months in Italia! </li></ul><ul><li>You’ll study at university, get a job or teach </li></ul><ul><li>You’ll live with locals </li></ul><ul><li>You’ll become completely fluent in Italian </li></ul><ul><li>You’ll pick up a regional accent </li></ul><ul><li>You’ll able to understand what people are saying while they think you’re a tourist!  </li></ul>
  10. 13. My Year Abroad (The best bits…)
  11. 14. Drawing and Painting
  12. 15. Cooking Lessons
  13. 16. History, Culture and Traditions
  14. 17. Olive Picking
  15. 18. Art Appreciation
  16. 19. Road Trips and Adventures
  17. 20. Football Matches
  18. 21. Sitting in Doorways with Friends…
  19. 22. Can you think of the top 5 reasons to study abroad?
  20. 23. Here are TYA Members’ Top 5… <ul><li>You become fluent in Italian </li></ul><ul><li>You become more confident and independent </li></ul><ul><li>You make incredible friends </li></ul><ul><li>It’s very useful for your career </li></ul><ul><li>Most graduates describe it as the best year of their degree (if not their life!) </li></ul>
  21. 24. Careers for Italian speakers Can you think of any?
  22. 25. Yes – teaching, interpreting and translation (boring!) But also…
  23. 26. Journalism | Marketing | PR | Web Development | Broker | Solicitor | Investment Banking | Entrepreneurship | Catering | Tourism | Charity Work | Interior Design | Account Management | Auctioneering | Market Research | Publishing | Academia | Editing | Sales | Content Writing | Painting | Logistics | Human Resources | Reinsurance | Accountancy | Software Development |Trading | Immigration | Management Consultancy | Writing | Recruitment | Banker | PA | Secretarial Assistant | Civil Servant | British Ambassador | Customer Service Representative | Travel | Social Media Marketer | Foreign Office Secretary | International Yacht Services |Detective | Sculpture | MA/PhD | Buying | Underwriter | Search Engine Optimisation Expert | Barrister | Graphic Designer | Risk Manager |Financier | Communications Executive | Transport Officer | Team Coordinator | Chef | Credit Controller | Sales Engineer | Novelist | Air Hostess | Soldier | Retail Management | Diplomat | Private Secretary | Headmaster | Police Woman | Fashion Blogger | Mountaineer | Government Official…
  24. 28. For more information, visit: By Lizzie Fane, Founder @thirdyearabroad

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