The full immersion Italian language courses, refer to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe, is organized on three Levels, two Addresses, and three Modalities.
|The Levels are:||Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.|
|The Addresses are:||Standard Group and Preparation for CELI.|
|The Modalities are:||Monthly, Quarterly and Semesterly.|
- Elementary Course (A1 + A2 level)
The course is aimed at those who are approaching for the first time the Italian language. The aim of the course is to create a solid foundation to begin the study of the preliminary notions, and then to access the basic knowledge of the language in informal contexts of daily and professional life.
- Intermediate Course (Level B1 + B2)
The objectives of the Intermediate Course are to expand the repertoire of lexical and grammatical forms of learning more difficult to facilitate the student’s interaction with the world around him. The intention of the course is to improve general knowledge through the use of tools such as verbal interaction, listening, reading and writing.
- Advanced Course (Level C1 + C2)
The advanced course includes a program of lessons focused on the acquisition of immediate communication and dialogue skills. The direct contact with mother language teachers and the participation in the activities related to the course will guide the participant to mature his knowledge of Italian vocabulary and pronunciation in a stimulating, unique, practical and fun context.
- Standard Group Courses
The Standard Group Course (80 hours frontal lessons + 40 hours cultural path) is divided into 5 frontal lessons of 4 hours each, from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 to 13:00, for a total of 20 hours per week .
- Preparation courses for the CELI exam
The CELI / CIC Preparation Course includes, in addition to the standard course, 40 hours frontal lessons. It is divided into 3 frontal lessons of 2 hours each, from Monday to Friday, from 14:30 to 16:30 for a total of 10 hours per week.
The courses are offered in three temporal modalities: Monthly, Quarterly and Semester.
The periods are foreseen by the school calendar.