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Minimum age : 18 years old

Minimum length : 4 to 24 weeks

Dates : All year round

Minimum Italian level : B1

Language course + Internship in Rome

This programme combines the study of the Italian language with unpaid work experience in an Italian company. The programme offers students an opportunity to use and improve their language skills and at the same time come into direct contact with a working environment which in many cases in peculiar to Rome.

The Internship Programme is made up of two components: the Language Component and the Internship Component. As a minimum, students choose a 4-week intensive course

Internship Component:  Students choose a work experience lasting from 2 to 24 weeks. Requests for longer periods are considered.

Enrolment Procedure: Students must send their application form at least 60 days before the language course starting date.

  • FIRST STEP: Student sends application form indicating type and duration of language course and work experience required, together with a detailed resume (C.V.) and the completed work experience questionnaire (supplied by the school on request).
  • SECOND STEP: School answers saying whether the application is acceptable or not.
  • THIRD STEP: If the application is accepted student pays full fee (language course + internship). School sends confirmation and student documents needed to obtain study visa (if necessary). Once in Rome the student will receive assistance in the presentation of the documentation necessary to do the work experience.

Sectors

Fields of works: Students can choose work experience in the following fields of work in line with his/her studies, qualifications and experience.
 

  • Tourism: Hotel, Restaurant, Travel Agencies, Green Tourism
  • Business: Advertising, Sales, Public Relations
  • Fine Arts: Art Galleries, Restoration
  • Fashion
  • Record Companies
  • Publishing Houses
  • Photographic Agencies
  • Law and Architecture Firms
  • Various Industries

     

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  • Courses

    The school offers a range of courses and various possibilities of combination to allow each student to find what he or she needs.

    GENERAL ITALIAN

    Students' Minimum age: 16
    The students who choose these courses do so for various reasons: personal interest; university studies; work requirements; or greater understanding of Italian life and culture. They come from all over the world and their ages range from 16 to 80. This rich diversity of people in each class has a very positive effect on the language learning process. Learning Italian often becomes an opportunity to get to know other cultures and frequently long-standing friendships are created.

    Class Size :
    Average number of students: 12 (summer), 10 (rest of year). Maximum number of students: 14.

    Lesson Organisation  :
    Length of lesson-hour: 45 minutes. Each lesson is made up of a sequence of activities each of which sets out to develop a particular aspect of language skill or knowledge. The activities promote and develop the abilities of understanding and producing both spoken and written Italian and the ability to analyse Italian grammar. The general approach is communicative and student-centred. The Italian language presented and studied is up-to-date, authentic material is used right form the start and students are placed in real communicative situations. Italian is the only language spoken in class.

    Intensive 20 lessons/week
    The classes are held Monday to Friday mornings or afternoons.
    When do they begin?
    New courses start every 2 weeks throughout the year but students who are not absolute beginners can enrol at any time (they are tested on arrival and placed in a class at their level).
    Levels : There are 10 levels in all, each lasting 4 weeks.
    Minimum attendance: 1 week.

    Intensive 15 lessons/week
    The classes are held Monday to Friday afternoons.
    When do they begin?
    New courses start every 4 weeks throughout the year (see last page for dates) but students who are not absolute beginners can enrol at any time (they are tested on arrival and placed in a class at their level).
    Levels : There are 13 levels in all, each lasting 4 weeks.
    Minimum attendance: 1 week.

    Intensive 30 lessons/week
    The classes are held Monday to Friday, mornings and afternoons.
    When do they begin?
    New courses start every 2 weeks (see last page for dates) and are particularly suitable for those people whose stay in Rome is necessarily short and who want to get the most out of it. Students who already know some Italian can enrol at times other than course-starting dates.
    Levels : There are 7 levels in all, each lasting 4 weeks.
    Minimum Attendance: 1 week.

    Intensive 25 lessons/week
    The classes are held Monday to Friday, mornings and afternoons, included lessons in small group.
    When do they begin?
    New courses start every 2 weeks throughout the year and every 2 weeks (see last page for dates) but students who are not absolute beginners can enrol at any time (they are tested on arrival and placed in a class at their level). This course is particularly suitable for those students who want to get the most out of their study.
    Levels : There are 8 levels in all, each lasting 4 weeks.
    Minimum Attendance: 1 week.

    Accommodation

    Kinds of Accommodation

    For students attending intensive courses the school can arrange accommodation in hotel or in single or double rooms in shared flats or with host families.

    All families and flats have been carefully chosen and are regularly visited by school staff.

    There are two different categories of accommodation: Standard and Standard Plus.

    Standard Plus is better in terms of one or more of the following factors; proximity to the school, the neighbourhood and its position in the city, the furniture and fittings of the flat, proximity to the school ,additional services such as telephone, bathroom en suite (on request) etc.

    Flat
    Accommodation is in two to five room flats (single and/or double) shared with other persons. The kitchen and the bathroom are in common.

    Host Family with half-board or with use of kitchen
    Accommodation can be with single people, couples, single parent families or “traditional” families. Each family may host 1, 2 or 3 students. The families we have selected guarantee to be available for meeting and conversing with the students.

     

     

     

     

     

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