Wayne State University

Italy: English Language Teaching Assistantship in the Lombardy Region, Italy

Thank you for your interest in participating in the Italy: English Language Teaching Assistantship in the Lombardy Region, Italy. In order to be considered for participation, you must complete the following:

  • Submit a $50 application fee made payable via "Pay Fees" tab on studyabroad.wayne.edu or by clicking here.
  • Attach an unofficial transcript
  • Attach a passport copy*
  • Attach a resume
  • Attach a cover letter (see more information below)
  • Submit this application
*If you do not have a valid passport, you must submit a memo including the date that you applied for your passport and the expected arrival date. To apply for a passport, click here
 
Cover Letter: Please attach a letter of no more than 500 words, in English or Italian, addressing the following questions:
  • What interests you about the SITE program internship? How might it enhance your future studies or your future career path?
  • How have your academic accomplishments and credentials prepared you for working and living abroad? How might they make you an effective presence in the classroom?
  • What intellectual, creative, or problem-solving skills will you use to confront the challenges of living and working abroad? What character traits make you well-suited for this experience?
  • Is there anything else that sets you apart or made you a particularly strong candidate for this position? 

Applicant Information

Most correspondence from our office will be via e-mail. Please list one that you check regularly. If you provide a non-WSU e-mail, you must disable SPAM blockers.

Emergency Contact

References

Please list the names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of two references who may be contacted regarding your application. The references cannot be related to you.

Miscellaneous

Travel Experience

Course Information

I understand that this is a non-credit program and I will not be receiving any college credit for participating in the program.

Release of Student Information

During the course of the student's participation in a study abroad program, the Office of Study Abroad and Global Programs may wish to provide relevant information from the student's educational records to the student's parents or other third parties. Depending on circumstances, information to be released might include student account information, information about the program in which the student is enrolled, or non-emergency information related to the student's health or safety.

Please initial below to indicate that you have reads this form and authorize the Office of Study Abroad and Global Programs may wish to provide relevant information from your educational records to your parents and any relevant third parties.

If you do not initial this section, no student information other than "directory information" will be released to family members, etc. except in an emergency.

Additional Documents