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Course of Italian for single Students

We offer two different type of italian courses: (i) only lessons of Italian (individual one-to-one lessons or in classes) or (ii) lessons of italian in the morning plus tours, trips and cultural experiences in the afternoon.
Although some of the tours and trips are suitable for a low number of students, other can be arranged only for groups of minimum 7 people.

If you are a single student and you are looking only for the course of Italian you can simply apply for the type of lessons you prefer.

Otherwise, if you are interested in a full italian course with trips and tours, you can either try to contact other students of your Italian class abroad and form your group or contact us so that we can add you to an existing class for tours and trips.

Usually we accept only students older than 18 years (major age in Italy is 18) but if an adult is with you and/or is delegated by your parents, the school will accept your application.

Extra scholastic activities,like tours and trips in italy, are organized by third party tour operators collaborating with our institute. Such activities represent a perfect integration with the course of italian language as they bring to the whole italian program a truly understanding of italian culture and sightseeing of the most visited places in italy. To this extent, we generally suggest to our students to experience the real italy with our tours and trips.


 
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