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Selina Marsoni

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United Kingdom
London
Reading
Italy
Bologna
Spain
Salamanca

Selina Marsoni

Current city:
Reading
City of birth:
London
Host university:
UNIBO
Home university:
READING

Selina activity

  • Experience

    Erasmus Experience in London, United Kingdom by Ines

    Why did you choose to go to London, United Kingdom? I chose to come to London mainly because it's a city that's full of life, one where everyone can fit in. Source How long does your grant last for? How much money do you receive as financial support? The Erasmus...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences London, 3 months ago
  • Experience

    My experience of a year in London

    Hello, I was living in London for a year, in Stratford to be precise - where you'll find Olympic Village - it's an incredible city. Time passed so quickly as the city's rhythm is always flowing, the public transport network is incredible, there are buses, underground...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences London, 3 months ago
  • Experience

    Amparo's Experience in Salamanca, Spain

    What's it like living in Salamanca? Do you recommend it? How is it? It's a very nice and calm city. It's rich in culture and art anywhere you go. How is the student life in Salamanca? Great. It's very lively, healthy and cosmopolitan. Source How much does it cost to...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Salamanca, 3 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Salamanca, Spain

    How is the student atmosphere in Salamanca? Salamanca is the best university city in Spain. Practically everyone is a university student, on top of the many international students that live here. How much does living in Salamanca cost? Life in Salamanca is very cheap....

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Salamanca, 4 months ago
  • Place

    Plaza Mayor

    Salamanca is par excellence the university city of Spain. Apart from having a lot of atmosphere in every corner, it is a beautiful city, with a lot of things to see and places to visit. Perhaps the most emblematic location of the city, and one of the most well known by...

    by Selina in What to see Salamanca, 5 months ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Salamanca, Spain by Marco

    Why did you choose to go to Salamanca, Spain? Because it's a small university city. Also, my university has an agreement with USAL and had many exchange places. How long does the grant last? How much money do you receive for help? Nothing... How's student life in...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Salamanca, 5 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Salamanca, Spain by Patricia

    What's it like to live in Salamanca? I think Salamanca is a very good city to live in as a student. There is a very good university and a large student population, which therefore makes for a great atmosphere both during the day and at night. As it's a relatively small...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Salamanca, 5 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Salamanca, Spain by MARÍA

    How is living in Salamanca? Would you recommend it? What's it like? The truth is that it's great. The weather is a bit cold but you get used to it. Everything is so close that you hardly ever have to take the car or public transport, you can walk everywhere. How is the...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Salamanca, 5 months ago
  • Blog

    Monthly expenses in Salamanca

    I found a very interesting post on http://es.Erasmusu.com/ciudades/erasmus-salamanca.html on what to see in Salamanca and it has an interesting summary of the typical expenses of a Salamanca student. I've copied the image so that you can see the details: As I told you...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus blog Salamanca, 5 months ago
  • Blog

    Dozza, an open ceiling museum

    Whilst I was at the university of Bologna, not knowing how to spend a Saturday afternoon, I decided to prepare a sandwich, fill up my water bottle and pack it all up in my backpack to go and visit some sights outside of the walls. Whilst browsing the web i grew curious...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus blog Bologna, 6 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Bologna, Italy by Nataliya

    How was life in Bologna? Would you recommend it? How is it? Bologna is a marvellous city. How is the student atmosphere in Bologna? Fun. How much does it cost to live in Bologna? It depends. Source Is it hard to find accommodation in Bologna? Can you offer some...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Bologna, 6 months ago
  • Experience

    Surviving in London

    Today I'm going to talk to you about my experience in London, and give you a bit of advice on living or spending a holiday in this fascinating city. At the moment, it's very popular for Spanish people to emigrate to the United Kingdom, specifically to the capital,...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences London, 8 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Bologna, Italy by Roberto

    How's life in Bologna? Would you recommend it? What's it like? Easy, the quality of life is high, the whole city is very accessible. How's the student life in Bologna? Active and present, dozens of groups and associations are supported by the institutions to implement...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Bologna, 9 months ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in Bologna, Italy by Damiano

    Why did you choose to go to Bologna, Italy? I'm a guy from Trentino Alto Adige, and the closest cities to go to university were Verona and Trento, both very boring, small and full of Northerners, closed minded... Bologna on the other hand offers more opportunities to...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Bologna, 9 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Bologna, Italy By Martina

    How do you find life in Bologna? Would you recommend it? What's it like? Life in Bologna is very relaxing and fascinating, the city offers loads of cultural and artistic activities, and the people are really sociable and available. How is the student life in...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences Bologna, 9 months ago
  • Place

    Camden Market

    How to get to Camden Town The area is accessible via the following tube stations, which pass across the South to the North of London. Euston (Victoria and Northern lines). Kings Cross / St. Pancras (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Piccadilly and...

    by Selina in What to see London, 11 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in London, UK by Lucila

    What do you think of London to live in? Do you recommend it? How is it? London is a beautiful city, multicultural and marvellous, with many nice and different areas. How is the student life in London? Fantastic, as it offers the possibility to meet people from all over...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences London, 11 months ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus experience in London, United Kingdom, by Gema

    Why did you choose to go to London, UK? Because I thought that it was one of the best locations to learn English. How long does your student grant last? How much money did you receive to help you? Three months. Source How is the student life in London? Well, I don't...

    0 by Selina in Erasmus experiences London, 11 months ago
  • Roommate

    21 year old English/Italian girl looking for an apartment in Bologna

    Hey, I'm Selina from England. I currently study Italian & Spanish at the University of Reading, but will be spending 3 months in Bologna (Sep-Dec). My friend and I are looking  for two rooms in a shared apartment near the University.  I am sociable, clean and easy...

    in Roommates Bologna, one year ago

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