Individual courses are aimed at professionals, teachers, entrepreneurs, university researchers and managers who want to learn the Italian language with particular reference to personal needs and exigences.
The courses cover a wide range of subjects: medical, architectural, engineering, artistic and research.
The cost of the course include all the after-school activities planned in the afternoon: walking with one of our tutors around the city of Florence, conferences, visits to churches, museums and laboratories, projections of Italian films.
The weekends are likewise full of events and activities: tours and guides visits in the beautiful Italian cities of Siena, Pisa, Venice, Rome, cooking courses, .... They will be the elements characterized by Istituto Italiano so that the students' stay in Florence and in our school could also be fun and pleasant.
At the end of the course our certificate of attendance is released.
At the end of each level, you can take the exams for the knowledge of the Italian language. Certifications are recognized all over the world: CELI *, CILS * and CERT.IT *.
- Registration tax
- Didactic material: schoolbook, notebook, registration certificate
- IT Card (discount card: restaurants, clubs, pubs)
- Accommodation assistance from our Tutor side
- Available wi-fi in all the premises of the school
- CEFR knowledge certificate of Italian Language
Italian Language Knowledge Certification
Through our collaboration with Perugia University, CELI exams are held on our premises on the dates announced by Perugia University, with memorandum of understanding with UNISTRPG.
CERT.IT exams are also held at our office in Via Calimala 1, thanks to the collaboration with the University of Rome Tre, respecting the calendars published on the official website.
CILS exams are held, on an exclusive basis for the city of Florence, in our officially recognised private school Calamandrei, recognised by MIUR (Ministry of Education, University and Research) with memorandum of undestanding with UNISTRASI (University for foreigners of Siena)