Learn Italian in Rome at our partner school DILIT, established in 1974. Dilit was one of the first ever language schools in Italy to teach Italian to foreign students and is today one of the most prestigious language schools in the country. The school is situated in the centre of Rome just 5 minutes walk from the central railway station (Termini Station) and access to all points of the city is available here.
'All roads lead to Rome...' This famous proverb is still true today as people from all over the world flock to this dynamic city not just to learn Italian but also to explore the many museums and monuments. Our partner school also organises a programme of activities for students to enjoy whilst they learn Italian in Rome, examples include:
The intensive course in Rome consists of 15, 20, 25 or 30 lessons per week (1 lesson = 45 minutes). The course is offered for all language levels and the minimum attendance is 2 weeks. The intensive course with 25 or 30 lessons per week consists of 20 lessons of intensive course with a maximum of 14 students per class and 5 or 10 extra lessons divided in 2 or 4 sessions per week in small groups of a maximum of 5 students. Classes are held from Monday to Friday. New courses for beginners start every 2 weeks throughout the year.
Intensive course with 15 lessons/week
you will receive 3 lessons per day from Monday to Friday in the afternoon.
Intensive course with 20 lessons/week:
you will receive 4 lessons per day from Monday to Friday in the Morning.
Intensive course with 25 lessons/week:
you will receive 4 lessons per day from Monday to Friday in the morning plus 2 1/2 lessons in a small group twice a week in the afternoons.
Intensive course with 30 lessons/week:
you will receive 4 lessons per day from Monday to Friday in the morning plus 2 1/2 lessons in a small group 4 times a week in the afternoons.
Minimum age is 16 years.