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Hey everybody!

My name is Remi and I’m the Academic Intern at EC London. I am a 22-year old French boy who is working at EC until December. I’m from Dijon, which is located in the East of France. I am really proud to be French, as my country has much diversity to it. I like a lot the weather, the food and also the landscape. It is a nice mix of the countryside and the sea.

In Dijon, I study Finance at Burgundy School of Business. I am very passionate about my studies and I am very much looking forward to working in finance in my future life.

I started working at EC London because it is important for me to improve my English for my future work life. My friends recommended EC London to me and I am glad they did. The atmosphere at school is great. As an Academic Intern I work in the Academic office of the school. For me, it is very interesting to have an insight into this kind of work. I am preparing student’s timetable, class lists, exams etc. Apart from my tasks at work, I really like my colleagues. Everyone is very kind and always willing to help. I found great friends at EC London that make my time here a special experience.

I chose to go to London because I like the city a lot. You can do all you want at any time, so it is never going to be boring. My favourite places in London are Camden and Covent Garden. The vibe in Camden and Covent Garden is just amazing, as there are many different kinds of people and everyone enjoys their time in the pub or in one of the amazing restaurants.

I am very excited for my future time here in London, as I already spend some unforgettable moments here.

Thanks for reading.

Remi 🙂



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