Post Date:
18 December 2020

On December 17th #SumDU_translators  discovered a lot of new information about studying and living in Italy. This time the honorable guest at ”Travel Office” was Anastasiia Korotun graduate of Speciality Philology. She is currently a Master's student at the University of Salerno, Italy. The second and third-year students-translators with their lecturers of the  Department of Germanic Philology  Olena Nazarenko and Antonina Prokopenko took part in the online event to find out about ample perspectives from SumDU and ask the necessary questions.

Anastasiia shared her experience with the students online from Italy. She talked about the advantages and disadvantages of studying at an Italian university, adaptation, entry, difficulties, the mentality of Italians, and the large number of people from all over the world she has met there. Besides, Anastasiia mentioned she has visited 22 countries, and 11 of them due to academic mobility programs.
- Make use of the opportunities and apply, even if at first you don't succeed try, and try again. Don't give up and keep up your participation in academic mobility programs, - Anastasiia encouraged the students.

Translated by Yuliia Huzenko, student of the group PR-91

Department of Germanic Philology

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Building of the Electro-Technical Department, Room 422
Tel.: +380 (542) 33-70-35.


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