Erasmus stories: Valentina’s Internship, short interview

Erasmus stories: Valentina’s Internship, short interview


Because some of you are still a bit skeptical about us, TX decided to interview some of the students that worked with us, in order to share their experience with all of you, there! So, take a cup of tea and enjoy the life story that we will present to you:

Hello, Valentina!

First of all, thank you for accepting our invitation for a short interview 🙂

We are pleased to know more about your Erasmus+ experience, as you are, we can definitely say, a successful story for us and certainly, a motivational example for other young learners. Thus, Valentina, here are our questions for you that we are looking forward to knowing the answers.

TX: Firstly, tell as some brief info about you. Like where do you live and work at the moment, where are you from, how old are you,?

V: First of all thank you for giving me the opportunity to share my experience! I’m Italian, almost 25 years old, born and raised in a small town near Milan. I’m currently working in the digital marketing field in an important media agency here in Milan.

TX: Secondly, when and how did you decide to start an Internship? What determined you to try it?

V: After I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication I was so confused. I didn’t know if I wanted to start working or study a Master’s Degree. So I decided to take a gap year and do something productive abroad. I did Erasmus in 2013 and I already knew how was to live in a foreign country and get in touch with a different culture.

TX: How did you hear about us?

V: I was surfing the internet looking for an Internship and I saw your website. I filled the form and like two days later Fernando contacted me. He’s really friendly and professional, just like the other guys who worked there.

TX: Do you think that we helped you, in some way, in your process of forming your career?

V: Yes! I didn’t know anything about digital communication before I started my Internship in Valencia! I liked it so much that I decided to go back home and deepen the topic with a Master’s Degree in Digital Communication and Advertising.

 TX: Have you traveled as an Intern?

V: Yes, I went to Barcelona and Alicante.

TX: Did you make friends in your Internship?

V: Yes I do! I met a lot of international people especially by participating in events organized by ESN or other Erasmus communities.

TX: Do you consider an Internship as a good opportunity to learn and practice?

V: Personally yes: my Bachelor’s degree gave me a lot of theoretical knowledge, but really I needed to learn something practical

TX: Do you enjoy your job, at the moment?

V: I do, a lot

TX: What do you think about Erasmus in general?

V: I did 2 and they were the best time of my life, I absolutely do not regret applying for both!

TX: What advice would you give to the future young learners?

V: To be like a sponge and try to soak up as many things as they can! 

If you´re interested to do an internship abroad don´t hesitate to take a look at our offers, make an account on and start applying on your favorites. We are here for your questions and we can help you to find the perfect internship without any cost involved. Find out more details here.