CLUB ITALIANO DANTE ALIGHIERI Italian Courses in Rome, Italy
About CLUB ITALIANO DANTE ALIGHIERI
The Rome Language Centre of the Dante Alighieri group was formed in 1981 and specialises in teaching Italian language and culture to students from all over the world who want learn Italian in Rome.
The original school was set up in Florence in 1966 – making it Italy's first private language school specializing in this kind of instruction .
It is open all year-round. The Rome centre is housed in a stylish turn of the century building, at 1 Piazza Bologna. It is within easy reach of the city centre and all other areas, amply served by Underground Line B and many bus routes.
The classrooms are airy and bright, providing an excellent space for students to engage in learning.
WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?
Client mix: typically, 60% are students, 20% managers and professionals, followed by foreign diplomats and their families, 10% , and members of religious orders, 10%. Nationality mix: in the course of a year nationalities are typically – 40% European (including Eastern Europe), 10% from the US, 10% from South America, 20% from Japan and the remaining 20% from other Far East, Middle East and Arab countries.
Terrace, air conditioning. Research of accommodation (best prices), Official transcript, free internet access, Study Visa process. The centre also organizes extra-curricular activities (evenings and weekend) and guided tours.
Guided tours of the city, Italian films shown at school, social evenings, plus activities according to the season (cinema, theatre, disco, pool, walks and trips).
Rome is a city of history and art and so guided tours vary each time (Roman Forum, Baroque Rome, Christian Rome, the Churches of Caravaggio, St Peter’s, ancient Ostia).
Upon request, Club Italiano Dante Alighieri can issue certificates of enrolment on Italian language courses which are valid for applications for Study Visas. CLI courses of Italian language and culture for foreign students are run at different levels according the Global Scale of European Portfolio.
Depending upon the mother tongue, personal aptitudes, dedication and associated factors, a complete course may take between six months to two years.