If Italy’s combination of superb food and wine, and la dolce vita – the sweet life – doesn’t grab you, then nothing will. Italy proudly boasts fabulous art and opera, a magnificent array of ancient monuments, and history stretching back thousands of years. Whether you head for fashionable Milan, or ancient Rome in this relatively small country you’re never too far away from great beaches, verdant rolling hills or alpine skiing. Who could ask for more?
The language primarily in use is Italian, however, it may be useful to note that Italians can understand Spanish. Outside the main tourist areas English is not widely spoken, and indeed the Italian education system is a little deficient on this front.
This deficiency in the high-school education provision is one of the reasons that there are good opportunities here for English Teachers, since many high-school students seek to improve on what they have available to them via the state. There is a large number of independent language institutes ranging from elite academies, where experience and qualifications are a requisite, to small-scale outfits where a degree, much less a TESOL qualification, may not even be required.
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