My enthusiasm for Management studies is very straightforward/clear: people, throughout life, will either manage or be managed. In both situations management skills are essential.
The definitive turning point that confirmed my commitment to Management came at a Model UN in Rome, in March 2013. Whilst taking part in discussions on business related topics among hundreds of students at Luiss University, I strongly improved my analytical skills and developed strategies for helping underdeveloped countries to come up with workable trading systems.
In the past two years I have sought to validate my commitment through a wide range of work and academic experiences.
During my fourth year of High School, I completed a six-month International Exchange Programme at a High School in Wisconsin, where, besides performing well in academic terms and scoring a total GPA of 4.0/4.0, I took a Business course, which further deepened my vocational stream of interest.
More recently, after graduating with the top score of 100/100 in my Esame di Stato, I have embarked upon a three-month internship with IG Group, a London-based global leader in trading financial derivatives. Thus far, I have been immersed in the HR Department where I have gained a valuable insight into how a company is run and managed. Such experience has also provided me with first-hand exposure to the exciting and dynamic environment of finance and, most importantly, convinced me about my final choice of studies. In early 2014, I will be moving to Australia to take up a Melbourne-based Internship with Trembath and Taylor, an importer and distributor of Italian wines. I am hoping that this will give me the opportunity to gain more exposure to a different type of business, thus enhancing\broadening my knowledge of the marketing services in overseas markets/trades, focusing on negotiating issues and foreign trade. Throughout these opportunities, the fact that I am computer literate and fluent in English, Italian, French and Spanish has been unquestionably useful.
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