As the Capital city of Rome and the Italian Lazio region, Rome is a city known accross the world as a leading centre for art, culture and fashion, a city that you can visit for just one week, or explore for several months and still feel that there is so much more for you to do and see. For this reason, Rome is the ideal location for an Italian language course, undeniably ‘Italian’ in all the best ways, a wonderful place in which to learn the Italian language.
Where else can you discover some of the most famous and iconic attractions in Europe, including the Colosseum, Vatican City, the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps!
Our school in Rome
Our Italian language school in Rome is located in the centre of the city, near the Piazza della Republica. The school is exceptionally well equipped, occupying all 3 floors of a beautifully restored detached residence, with gardens at the front, sun terraces at the back and a student cafeteria, serving snacks, drinks and typical Italian lunches every day. There are also 16 classrooms, each equipped with intercative whiteboards and a language laboratory and multi-media centre on the upper floors. Wifi Internet access is available throughout the school building, but there are also Internet booths available for student's use.
The school has some of the best accreditaions in Italy, being authorised by the Italian Ministry of Education, members of IALC and EAQUALS, as well as being an examination centre for the prestigious CELI and CILS examinations!
Courses in Rome
If you want to learn Italian, Rome is the perfect choice and Italian language school here courses suitable for all levels, from 1-week to 32 weeks in duration.
As a first-rate Italian language school, our school in Rome runs a wide range of Italian language courses. Lessons are taught using a communicative approach, with authentic materials which will enable you to develop your language skills and learn about Italian culture and society.
You can learn Italian on a Semi-Intensive Italian course with just 15 lessons a week, or take an Intensive or Super Intensive (20 or 30 lessons/week) course, if you want to learn as much Italian as possible during your stay in Rome.
We also offer an Academic Year course which lasts for 32 weeks, starting in October and combined language lessons with cultural lessons focusing on Italian history, design and architecture, art history and business Italian. This course is ideal for students wanting to gain a place at an Italian university and offers excellent value for money.
You can also take a course combining Italian language lessons with photography, cookery or architecture. The Italian cookery lessons are particularly popular, giving students the opportunity to prepare traditional dishes in the home of an Italian family. Each cookery lesson is followed by dinner and a glass of Italian wine!
Our school in Rome also runs ‘Italian Club 50+’ courses, for students in their fifties and above who prefer to learn Italian with students of a similar age, as well as Business Italian courses, an Italian Cooking and Wine course, Exam Preparation course and Work Experience in Italy program.
Our school advises students who want to learn Italian as quickly as possible to stay in Italian host families, as the families speak Italian, helping students learn the language skills they study in class. Host family accommodation is available on a bed and breakfast or half board (2 meals per day) basis, although it is also possible to stay with an ‘Italian host’ on a room only basis.
Accommodation is also available in self-catering apartments, shared with between 2-6 students from our school or in private studio apartments.
Wifi access is provided free of charge in all accommodation options offered by the school in Rome.
Immerse yourself in Italian culture and really get to know the ‘Eternal City’ by taking part in our school’s activities programme! Our school in Rome tends to offer an activity every day, ranging from Italian film screenings to guided tours of the city and even seminars on interesting aspects of the country’s culture and history! Many activities are included in the cost of your course fees, but a small charge may be applied to cover the cost of entrance fees or transportation. All activities are, of course, optional, but this is certainly a great way to meet other students and make new friends who share your interests!
How to get there
Fly to Rome Fiumicino or Rome Ciampino Airport. If you are booking accommodation through the school, we will send you detailed instructions about how to reach your accommodation from the airport. If you would prefer to be met on arrival and taken to your accommodation, the school also offers an airport transfer service.
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