I have a long-term interest in the study of languages, history, cultures and civilizations and I have chosen quite early to study them in a positive and constructive way.
As far as my academic studies are concerned, I have passed a three-year degree in Applied Foreign Languages & Translation (with Spanish, Italian, and English) and a specialization in European studies. I graduated cum laude. I decided to pursue my graduate studies in a multidisciplinary Master entitled ‘Identities and Territories in the Mediterranean area’. I graduated magma cum laude, and wrote a thesis about the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership.
I have pursued academic and personal studies in two fields: language translation and the study of civilizations, mainly for the contemporary period and the questions of identity.
During my studies, I have also had the opportunity to write various academic essays, dossiers and theses, in French, Spanish and Italian.
In addition to my academic studies, I have also gained experience in my fields by pursuing other studies and activities, from different areas and perspectives. First of all, I obtained exams in foreign languages: the TOEFL and the GRE. I also passed the PLIDA C2, a diploma of mastery in Italian, recognized by the Italian State and the highest level according to the standards of The European Council. I also obtained a diploma of high level in Spanish accredited by the Instituto Cervantes, the DELE Superior.