Italian is easily one of the most popular languages to take at A-Level. The course is really interesting and a number of colleges include a field trip to Italy for practical experience of the language. Many students combine A-Level Italian with French, Spanish and business studies however it can be studied alongside virtually any other subject. Being a foreign language, Italian looks great on university applications and CVs so it can also be taken as a contrasting subject to broaden a student's options in the future. Passing A-Level Italian can lead to careers in translation, teaching and foreign business practices to name just a few.