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Let's talk about law

Monash students participating in the Law Prato Program had the opportunity to attend guest talks by Leonardo Massai and Vincenza Altieri.
The aim of these talks was to give students the opportunity to listen to professionals who work in an international environment but with a strong connection to Italy.
Massai’s talk focused on environmental policy whereas Altieri spoke about her professional experience as an Australian solicitor in Italy.

Monash University GLOBAL walk/run 2013 | Wednesday 12 June, 1:15pm

Lace up your runners for the bi-annual Monash GLOBAL walk/run this Wednesday 12 June at 1:15pm.  In a first for the Monash Prato Centre, students and staff are invited to join the rest of the Monash community to take a step toward better health and wellbeing.  The GLOBAL walk/run provides an opportunity for all Monash University students and staff to enjoy an outdoor walk or run event in a large team atmosphere. A lunch is provided at the conclusion of the event and this will be held on the terrace at 2pm.  See below for further event details.

Open thanks

The Monash University Prato Centre would like to thank everyone who attended our Open Day on 10 May 2013. We were overwhelmed with visitors at our evening events. We even had to turn away people who wanted to do ‘Speedy Conversation Exchange’! Safe travelling to those of you who won the travel package prizes!

Don’t forget that you can participate in Conversation Exchange every week for free at the Monash Prato Centre. See our Local Engagement webpage for more information.

Conversation Exchange is back!

Welcome to students from Monash University - Faculty of Law - and from partner universities.

After the great success of last season, the weekly Conversation Exchange - Scambi di Conversazione sessions will recommence on Tuesday 16 April.

Conversation Exchange, in English and Italian, is an easy and fun way to improve your language skills and to learn about new cultures. 

How does it work?

Students teaching students!

A new Monash  Prato Centre local engagement initiative has just been successfully completed. Some Monash students enrolled in the Italian language course participated in English classes at two local middle schools (the Scuola Media Mazzoni in Prato and the Scuola Media Garibaldi in Campi Bisenzio, near Florence) as voluntary native-speakers language assistants.

The Australian and the Italian students and the teachers involved in this initiative were all enthusiastic and this initiative will be repeated with the next group of Monash students studying at the Prato Centre.