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Language School
in Italy

Learning Italian provides a significant advantage when studying other Romance languages such as French, Spanish, and Portuguese due to their shared Latin roots. The similarity in climate conditions and proximity to our country makes the adaptation process for students quite short.

You can plan your language education in Italy as a general Italian course, an intensive course, or private lessons. While learning Italian, you can also participate in cultural activities to get to know Italian culture more closely.

School Locations in Italy

Accommodation in Italy

All schools are located in the city center, ensuring easy access to transportation. You will receive education in technologically equipped classrooms with experienced instructors who are native Italian speakers. School locations include:


Homestay: This is a budget-friendly accommodation option. Homestay typically includes options for breakfast only or breakfast + dinner. Staying with a host family can be a wonderful way to get to know Italian culture up close. You will have a dedicated room, and other areas of the house will be shared for communal use.

Dormitory Accommodation: This is a type of accommodation where participants from different countries can stay together. Rooms can be single, double, or triple occupancy. Meals are generally not provided in dormitory stays, but students often have access to communal kitchens. Bathrooms may be inside the room or in shared areas. Students who choose this accommodation option can practice English or Italian with many other foreign students.

Student House/Apartment Accommodation: Similar to dormitory accommodation but offering a more home-like setting. Floors typically have shared facilities such as kitchens, living rooms, and bathrooms. Students who opt for this type of accommodation have the opportunity to practice what they learn in class with other foreign students.


Do Italian language schools in Italy provide work permits?

No, you do not have a work permit while studying in Italy for language education.


Can I go to an Italian language school with a Schengen visa?

Yes, you can attend an Italian language school course with your Schengen visa for courses that do not exceed 90 days. Students with a green passport can start their education without applying for a visa for education that does not exceed 90 days.


What are the living costs in Italy?

Your monthly living expenses in Italy average around 600-800 Euros.


How much are the fees for Italian language schools?

The fees vary depending on the location and duration chosen. The average cost for a 1-month general Italian course is around 950 Euros. Contact us for specific course durations and current promotions.

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