Accademia dell'Arte is a school based in Italy, dedicated to providing excellent education in the arts. Students go there with the purpose of pursuing an intensive Italian language program, combined with academic studies of high level theatre, music and dance performance training. The academy strives to provide a holistic, comprehensive approach to the study of arts, encouraging each individual’s creativity and personal skills. The academy aims to enrich the students’ life both professionally and personally.
The Cultural Centre for Foreigners of the University of Florence was established in 1907 by professors Guido Biagi and Piero Barbera. The initiative started out with courses in Italian Literature, History of Art and Florentine History. The center offers a variety of courses in Italian language and culture, which are all conducted by professors of the University of Florence.
The Galilei Institute is one of the best-known Italian language and culture schools for foreigners. Located in the heart of Florence, the school was founded in 1985 with the purpose of offering high quality language services to individuals and companies. Therefore, the school is focused on delivering Italian language tuition on a one-to-one basis or in small groups of maximum of 4 people per class. The school has built excellent reputation for the educational excellence and diversity it offers. Cultural courses such as art history, Italian cooking, and drawing & painting are available in... See full description.
The Swiss School of Management was founded in 1981 and is a well-known business school with locations in Rome and London. Since the school moved its central from Zurich to Rome, it has become part of the European University of Rome with the purpose to bring an international feel to the environment there. In relation with this, most students in the university are from the United States and the European Union. The institution offers undergraduate programs, MBAs, a Leadership Study Abroad Program, and a very well-recognized Criminology degree.