Language immersion courses in Italy
List of Language immersion courses in Italy
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Contact: A door to Italy, Italian language school
Via Caffaro 4/7, Genova, Italy
A door to Italy is a language school, offering a great variety of Italian language courses, tailored to the specific needs of students. The school has made available the following options: General Italian language and Culture Courses; Italian language Courses for the Internationally recognized... See full description.
Contact: ABC Elba
Località Bocchetto, 1, Porto Azzurro, LI, Italy
ABC Elba is an Italian language school. It specializes in the design and organization of summer courses for adults, and has been operating since 1982. The school is run by a young, well-qualified team of teachers, who strive to apply modern techniques in their educational approach. They pride... See full description.
Contact: ABC School
Via dei Rustici 7, Florence, Tuscany
The Italian language center ABC school has a long tradition of teaching Italian to students from all over the world. Students can choose a group course, mini group lessons or individual teaching with a wide variety of topics and cultural activities. In the group courses there are no more than 8... See full description.
Contact: Accademia d'Italiano
P.le Cadorna, 10 , Milan, Italy
Accademia d'Italiano is an Italian language school, located in Milan. The school’s building is situated right in the center of the city, a few minutes’ walk from the Scala Opera House, the Duomo cathedral, Sforzesco Castle, and other attractions. The school guarantees the quality of their... See full description.
Contact: Accademia del Giglio
Via Ghibellina 116, Florence, Italy, Italy
Accademia del Giglio is a private school, based in Florence, Italy. It operates since 1995 with the primary goal to help international students gain proficiency in the Italian language. The programs offered are Italian language Courses and Drawing and Painting Courses. The intensive Italian... See full description.
Contact: Accademia Europea di Firenze
via Roma 4, Florence, FI, Italy
The Accademia Europea di Firenze is an Italian Language, Music, Arts and Culture school, based in Florence. The school is located in the center of the historical city, following the objective to offer an outstanding study abroad experience to foreign students. Founders of the school believe... See full description.
Contact: Accademia Leonardo
Piazza Umberto I, n° 1, Salerno, Italy
Accademia Leonardo is an Italian language center, located in The Amalfi Coast, Southern Italy. It is a lively, welcoming and personal school, receiving international students, who wish to experience the Italian culture and language. Courses in Italian Language and Italian Culture are offered at... See full description.
Contact: Accademia Riaci
Via de' Conti, 4, Florence, Toscana, Italy
Accademia Riaci is a unique school in Florence, Italy, which is based around the idea of helping students sense and develop their own artistic personality. The academy's faculty consists of renowned artists of various fields, following the mission to assist and inspire next generation artists.... See full description.
Contact: BABILONIA – Italian language school
Via Timoleone 10, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
BABILONIA is a center for teaching the Italian language to foreigners. Based in Sicily, Italy, the school has developed various programs, built upon the communicative approach which focuses on the four language skills – listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The school has put oral and... See full description.
Contact: Center for Italian Studies
Via Timoleone 10, Taormina, Messina, Italy
The Center for Italian Studies in Taormina, Sicily, passionately dedicates itself to the study of the Italian language and culture. Semester programs and Short term programs for undergraduate as well as graduate programs are available for Italian Studies Courses and for Italian language... See full description.
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About Language immersion courses in Italy
If you wish to learn the Italian language there are only a few options available to you. You could, of course, purchase an expensive home-study course and listen endlessly to droning audio tapes, or you may even get lucky and find an Italian language course where you live. However, even if you were to combine the best aspects of these programs and methods, they would not be nearly as effective—nor as enjoyable—as attending one of the many Italian language schools located throughout the beautiful country of Italy. These genuine Italian language schools offer a full immersion experience like no other, in which students can quickly and comprehensively learn the language as it’s actually spoken. From lectures to small group instruction to one-on-one guided practice with a native Italian instructor, everything about this experience is purely Italian. This is not your typical 2-hour a day program, but a 24/7 adventure in which you’ll be constantly surrounded and fully immersed in the Italian language and culture.
Why Study Italian in Italy?
Italian, appropriately called one of the “romance” languages for its fine flowing sound, is the lone official language of Italy, spoken throughout this populous and gorgeously landscaped country. Besides its natural beauty, Italy is a major player in world economics, meaning those that learn to speak its language may have a decided advantage in terms of employability and business success. Italy is also a popular tourist destination, with thousands of sights to see that consistently attract visitors from around the world. Learning to speak the Italian language as it is actually spoken in Italy can significantly enhance your travel experience, allowing you to better connect with the country’s customs tradition and people.
Italian language courses can be located throughout Italy, including in beautiful locales such as:
The capital city of the Italian region Lombardy, Milan is the second largest city in Italy and the 7th ranked tourist destination in all of Europe. Those participating in language schools here can lose themselves in the pristine museums and spectacular landscapes, and because Milan is considered the international hub for the performing arts, there is always a dramatic performance or opera to take in during your stay.
Florence is the capital and most heavily populated city in Italy’s Tuscany region. Situated in the basin of the Senese Clavey Hills, including the much photographed Careggi and Settigriano Hills, Florence offers breathtaking views of the region’s magnificent landscapes and natural flora. Language school participants who are fans of architecture will be literally awe struck when studying in Florence—known as the “cradle of the Renaissance” for its one-of-a-kind churches, buildings and monuments.
Last but not least, the Italian city of Rome requires no formal introduction whatsoever. Italy’s capital city and most densely populated, Rome dates back over 2 ½ thousand years to the days of the Holy Roman Empire. Famed for its ancient architecture, monuments and unusually large amount of public space and nature reserves, Rome offers language school participants everything they could possibly want from an Italian adventure.