Italian Language Courses
Our Italian General Courses run all year round with a program divided into 6 levels, from Beginner to Proficient.
They are included in Summer Term, Semester and Academic Year Programs or they can also be attended as single courses for students who are not joining any program.
Classes are made up of a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 10 students, therefore creating a friendly and supportive environment in which the teacher can review the linguistic progress of each individual student.
All classes have a good mix of nationalities so that students are encouraged to use only Italian to communicate. Our highly trained teachers review students' progress with a weekly test and homework.
ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 101 elementary 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 102 elementary 2||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 201 intermediate 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 202 intermediate 2||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 301 upper-intermediate 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 302 upper - intermediate 2||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 401 advanced 1||3 credits|
|4 weeks/ 80 group lessons||Italian 402 advanced 2||3 credits|
ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION
Students take a placement test (written and oral) and they will be placed in a group class according to their language level. A progress test will be given every week as well as a final examination, after completing a language level.
LANGUAGE COURSES - GRADES
W - Withdrawal
No credit will be awarded for students who officially drop a class before the end of the program.
“F” indicates that:
• A student failed the final exam and that his / her course load was considered unsatisfactory. No credit will be awarded for the course.
Courses that are officially dropped before the end of the program or failed exams wiill not appear on the student’s transcript.
At the completion of each course students receive a certificate with the grade and the language level achieved.
Students can apply through their home institution’s study abroad office or through our affiliate institution. We advise students to visit their home institution’s study abroad office to determine the preferred method of enrollment and the requirements. For more details please visit our webpage: Credit Transfer