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Twenty-two-year-old blogger Danya was born and raised in Voronezh, Russia. After the eleventh grade, he entered a local university to become an ecologist, but all the time he felt that he would like to try living abroad.
In 2018, the guy started to make his dream come true. Danya took part in the Erasmus + student exchange program and left for Slovakia for three months. Thanks to Erasmus, he visited many European countries and became even more fired up with the idea of living abroad. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Danya entered the Italian master’s program at the University of Bologna for the Global Change Ecology & Sustainable Development program on his own, he studies for free and receives a scholarship of $ 5400.
Now, in addition to studying, Danya spends a lot of time developing his blog. Its goal is to motivate people and show that studying abroad is not expensive. On Instagram, the guy basically answers the most popular questions: how to enter a foreign university and get a scholarship, how much food, housing and one month of living in Italy cost, and, of course, talks about the peculiarities of life in this country. On TikTok, the blogger shoots funny and life-like videos about his Italian everyday life. In the most popular tiktok, the guy acts out scenes from real life.
In one of the videos, Danya tells how students are asked to leave the hostels in summer and for winter holidays, since they can only be accommodated during school hours. In another video, the guy compares the attitude towards being late for classes in Russia and in Italy: out of habit, a Russian student comes to a class exactly at the appointed time, wonders why there is no one else, and then learns that in Italy lectures often start 15 minutes later. so that all students have time to come. Another interesting sketch the blogger devoted to coperto – the fee that is charged in Italian restaurants for setting the table (dishes, bread, tablecloth, napkins) and for serving. At the end of the video, Dania gives advice: if you order coffee in a bar in Italy, then drink it at the bar, not at the table – then you won’t have to pay coperto.
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