Italian Schools in Turin, Italy

Italian schools in Italy offering Italian language classes, Italian culture courses, and more!
Learn Italian in Italy: [Turin]
 
Learn Italian in Turin, Italy

Turin is a major city, as well as a business and cultural center, situated on the Po River in northern Italy. It has a population of over 900,000. Turin hosted the 2006 winter Olympics, giving it greater exposure.

Learning Italian in an Italian language school in Turin offers the opportunity to live and experience Italy in a major metropolitan center that does not host as many tourists as many other Italian cities, thus offering a more "genuine" Italian experience.

       
List of Italian Schools in Turin
 L'Italiano Porticando
L'Italiano Porticando, Italian Language School in Italy     
Address: Via Mercanti 2,
10122 Turin, Italy
Email: info@italianoporticando.com
Website: www.italianoporticando.com
 General info about this Italian school
Program type: Intensive Italian in Italy / Learn Italian in Turin (Torino), Italy
Housing: Italian homestay, shared apartment, B&B, pension, youth hostel
School / Course(s): The L'Italiano Porticando Italian school in Turin offers Private Italian Lessons, Small Group Italian Courses, Standard Italian Courses and Combined Courses. Italian courses are offered in the following levels: beginners Italian, advanced beginners Italian, advanced intermediate Italian, lower advanced Italian, and advanced (proficiency) Italian. Small Group Italian Courses are limited to 2 - 4 students and can be organized according to the needs of the students. This Italian course is available in 15, 20, and 30 class-hour formats per week and have a duration of 1, 2, 3, or 4 (or more) weeks. Standard Italian Courses are group courses consisting of 5 to 8 students and can students can select 15 Italian classes per week, 20 Italian classes per week, or 30 Italian classes per week. The Standard Italian Course can be taken for as little as 1 week or as long as several months. Standard Italian Courses can also be combined with Italian Cultural Courses and Italian Seminars. Courses normally start of the 1st Monday of each month (absolute beginners must start on a first Monday of the month).
Combined Italian Courses include the Standard Italian Course plus one (or several) add on classes such as Italian Conversation, Literature, Art History, Italian Cinema, Architecture.
Italian Cultural Courses include Architecture, Roman Turin, Art Nouveau in Turin, Religion, Literature, Traditions, Arts, and others.