Learn Italian in Milan (Historic Centre), Italy
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Our Italian language school in Milan, Italy, offers the opportunity to learn Italian and enjoy everything that the city of Milan has to offer. Home to Italy's stock market and business centres, Milan is also a leading centre of fashion, with a wealth of shopping, theatres, cinemas, bars and restaurants. It is the combination of the vibrant Milanese lifestyle and history that makes Milan a popular destination for those who want to learn Italian in Italy. Students at our Italian language school in Milan can take their courses in the morning and then spend the afternoons discovering world-famous sites such as the Duomo and La Scala opera house, which are both located very close to the school, as well as the world famous works of art in Milan’s art galleries. You could even visit the Monza Autodrome, home to the Italian Grand Prix!
I am a teacher, so I know what I am talking about when I say the standard of the teaching was VERY high. The course was most enjoyable and useful. Absolutely full marks to the school.
Excellent teachers and course work. Exceeded my expectations.
The course was hard work but very enjoyable. I just wish I'd been able to spend more time in Milan to progress further.
Our school in Milan (Historic Centre)
Our Italian language school in Milan is located in the historic centre of Milan, just a few minutes’ walk from the Duomo. The school has 11 classrooms, a school Internet café with free Internet access, common room and library.
You can learn Italian on a Standard Italian language course of 20 lessons/week, or, if you want to learn as much Italian as possible during your course in Milan, study on an Intensive Italian language course of 28 lessons/week. An evening course of 4 lessons per week is also available. Alternatively, you can choose an Examination Preparation Course to study for the internationally recognized CELI Italian language exams.
Our school in Milan also runs ‘Italian Club 50+’ courses, for students in their fifties and above who prefer to learn Italian with students of a similar age and with similar interests.
Our school in Milan organizes Work Experience for students who want to stay on in Milan after finishing their course at the school.
|Course Name||Lessons||Max in class||2 week price|
|CELI Exam Prep||20+10||10 + 1||£926|
|Intensive & Fashion Design||28||10||£515|
|Semi-Intensive & Cookery||15||10||£382|
|Semi-Intensive & Football||10||10||£306|
Our Italian language school in Milan arranges accommodation in self-catering apartments, shared with students from our school, in private studio apartments and in carefully selected Italian host families. Our school advises students who want to learn Italian as quickly as possible to stay in Italian host families, as the families speak Italian to the students, helping students to learn the language skills they study in class.
|Bed & Breakfast||Single|
Like our other schools in Italy, our school in Milan also offers an extensive cultural program, with Italian film evenings, visits to sites of interest in Milan, nights out with teachers, theatre trips and weekend excursions to Venice, Verona and Florence. This program ensures that students enjoy their time in Milan, as well as helping them practice out of class the Italian that they learn at our school.
How to get there
Our Italian language school in Milan can arrange airport transfers from Malpensa Airport and Linate Airport, if you would like to be met on arrival and taken to your accommodation.
I have just come back from Milan, and I had a brilliant time there! There is so much to see and do, and it's not all about the shopping (although that is excellent too!). I have been to Milan a couple of times now, and it is a city that I would love to continue visiting. I have no hesitation in recommending Milan as an excellent location in which to learn Italian, as for someone that is interested in Italian culture, history, art, music and shopping (like me), Milan is perfect! It is also an excellent location from which to visit other exciting locations in Northern Italy, such as the lakes, Turin, Verona and Genoa!
The first evening I arrived, I took a gentle stroll down to the Piazza del Duomo, which is in the heart of the city and very close to the school. In the evening light, the Duomo looked positively magical, glowing a bright ivory in the setting sun. Perched on the steps of the Duomo, I ate my gelato (the most delicious ice cream I have ever tasted!) and watched the Milanese heading through the piazza, on their way to aperitivo, and then dinner.