07-17-2019

Meet our editors of carriereinternazionali.com: Giulia Ibba

Dear all, 

 

My name is Giulia and I am 28 years old. I was born in Sardinia and I first came to Rome in 2009 to enroll at the Law University. 

 

When I was 16 years old my traveller soul made its call already, as I have lived in America for one year undertaking the last High School year. Since then, I understood the importance of engaging in training experiences abroad, which not only contribute from a cultural point of view, but are also fundamental and competitive in the working environment.  

 

I have graduates in 2014 and, after travelling around for a while, I started my traineeship as a lawyer, as required to obtain the abilitation bar, which I then achieved in 2018. 

Law is my passion, however it was not able to provide me with enough opportunities to travel and explore cultures as much as I wanted. Therefore, after a professional experience in Canada, Montreal, I decided to apply for the Torno Subito Scholarship, in order to have the chance to move abroad again. 

Thanks to the project promoted and financed by the Region of Lazio, I was able to attend a Master of Science in Hospitality Business Management in Switzerland, followed by an internship done in London.

And this is how today I am part of the Editorial Team of Carriere Internazionali, thanks to Giovani nel Mondo Association, where I am currently conducting Phase 2 of the project.

 

Many years ago it was myself to be a reader of the website,through which I have discovered many opportunities (the scholarship as well) and today, even if just for a short term, I am on the other side of the website, hoping to help all of you in finding the best opportunity for your future career. 

 

My best wishes to you all 

Giulia 

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