Kristiansand is very nice and quite lively, even though it is relatively small. I am looking forward to exploring it more.
My name is Emilio Venanzini. I’m an exchange student from Italy, attending the Master's programme in Music Business and Management at UiA. I am a bass player who is also interested in songwriting and sound design.
Over the years, I have watched many documentaries about Norway. Norwegian wildlife and landscape have always fascinated me. I love hiking in the mountains. I am also a big fan of the Norwegian band Motorpsycho.
I met a student from UiA at my university in Italy, and he said great things about it. In addition, I was really focused on songwriting and I didn't find many other options.
The first thing I noticed is that the buildings are really modern and I really liked that about the university. In Italy, we have a lot of historical buildings.
I see a lot of dialogue between the professors and the students, which is really great. The classes are small and I feel comfortable asking questions.
It is very nice and quite lively, even though it is relatively small. I am looking forward to exploring it more, and also the nature surrounding it.
The overall high quality of the university and availability.
I believe it will, but I still have to find out about that!