Name: Claudia Sessa
Subject: English Language (ISE)
Claudia Sessa is 24 years old, who is in the first year of a doctorate in Management, Finance and Accounting at LIUC-Cattaneo University in Castellanza (Varese) , a course which takes place entirely in English. The program is designed primarily to train students for research-oriented careers in academia, but also for employment in multinational companies, organizations and financial institutions.
Claudia lives in Milan where she attended the Master in Data Science and Business Analytics at Bocconi University, also in English.
Claudia has achieved extraordinary goals and, in her opinion, the merit also goes to the Trinity English language certifications: "I think that having taken the exams since I was little helped me first of all to have clear ideas in choosing an international environment for the my future."
“I started studying English at the age of 5, attending a school in Castel San Giorgio (Salerno) where I lived with my family."
"I have always taken certification exams until I achieved level C1, i.e. the ISE III exam, in my early years of high school. I must say that initially my parents pushed me a lot but then I continued to become very passionate about English."
“With the first exams centered on the oral part I felt good, while the difficulties came with the written part. But the Trinity route is both calibrated and pleasant."
“Even when I found myself abroad for periods, in America for a few months or in Luxembourg, for example, I realized that the exams taught me a lot, I was able to certify my knowledge. Certification gives you the security of having reached a level of competence and recognizes the value of all your efforts."
“For the next 3 years I will be at LIUC, I haven't yet decided what I will do when I grow up, the doctorate I am pursuing opens the doors to both the academic and corporate worlds, and I will take this time to evaluate all the avenues”.
"When I found myself abroad for periods, in America for a few months or in Luxembourg, for example, I realized that the exams taught me a lot"