There is no better place to learn Italian than in Florence. Our language school has been offering students from all over the world the perfect framework for learning Italian since 1957.
Why study at Eurocentres Italy?
Eurocentres have language schools in 16 countries all over the world. The Eurocentres Mission is to prepare students to study, work, and live successfully in a foreign language and culture. We match our students with one of many excellent courses, where they can learn a new language and immerse themselves in a new culture at the same time. We help our students overcome cultural differences and language barriers, and we guarantee a memorable trip with achievements they can take away and keep for a lifetime.
Eurocentres Italian language school:
- Is accredited by quality organisations such as Eaquals, Eduitalia, ACCREDIA and ISO90001
- 96% of the students recommend Eurocentres to their friends and families
- Offer academic excellence, up-to-the-minute methodology and state of the art technology with an intelligent mixture of classroom and digital learning with relevant topics
- Offer personal coaching with tailor-made course planning
- Organize a lot of exciting social activities, sport events and excursions after class. Some examples are a Walking Tour of the City, Apertive evening, Barbeque, Movie evening, Trip to Cinque Terre and Trip to Rome.
Italian language courses in Italy?
Whatever your need is, Eurocentres have the course to help you improve your Italian. Choose between the following language courses:
- General Italian with 20 per week. Practice all four language skills.
- Cultural activity program study 20 lessons of Italian + 5 culture lessons every week.
- Gap year a long-term language course of 22 to 52 weeks duration, and is ideal as a year abroad to bring your language skills up to a high level!
- Additional courses like art, cooking and history can be taken in combination with the language courses above.
- One to one classes tailored to your personal needs.
Florence - the birthplace of European culture
Home to: Dante, The Medici Family, Michelangelo, Brunelleschi. Florence considers itself to be the birthplace of European culture. A large number of Renaissance palazzi, the Ponte Vecchio, world famous galleries and museums, numerous street cafés and bars, markets and local artisans’ workshops. Excellent connections to Rome, Milan, Venice and other cities.
The language school in Florence is situated in a 16th century Renaissance palace in the old town centre. You can really feel the artistic aura. Even in the classrooms, there are frescoes on the walls that remind you of where you are: in the cradle of the Italian Renaissance with its famous representative, the wonderful Michelangelo. Within just a few steps, you will be able to sightsee to your heart’s content. For example, if you turn right from the school, you come to the Renaissance church of Santo Spirito and Ponte Vecchio, which crosses the city’s Arno river. To the left of the school is the Palazzo Pitti with its famous museum, and if you go straight on, you come to the Brancacci Chapel with its frescoes and the Boboli Garden. Very close to the school, a local market entices you to linger each morning over a cup of cappuccino or just watch the lively happenings around you and pick up a few snippets of Italian from the locals.
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