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Best Language Schools In Italy

Italy is one of the culturally rich and most beautiful countries in the world. According to recent statistics, Italian holds the fourth position among the world’s most learned languages. Thus, if you are someone who wants to broaden their career opportunities, here are some top-notch schools that offer an unforgettable teaching experience.

  1. Il Sasso, Montepulciano
    This program has been churning out Italian speakers for 35 years now. The school is located at the heart of wine country Tuscany and provides excellent facilities to students. Candidates who enroll in the course learn four hours of lessons per day, along with trips to local wineries and restaurants. In addition, II Sasso also offers students history, business, music, art, and language lessons.

  2. Centro Linguistico Italiano Dante Alighieri, Rome
    Touted as one of the most prestigious schools in Rome, the Centro Linguistico Italiano Dante Alighieri offers a wide range of courses for all types of students. The academy has reputed teachers, well-equipped classrooms, and a range of extra-curricular activities for students, keeping them engaged during the course duration. With 25 years of experience in this field, the learning center offers a combination of programs and lessons in Italian culture, making it stand apart from its compatriots.

  3. Terramare, Orbetello
    Terramare is located in Orbetello and is often regarded as the highest-rated program in the country. Despite its soaring popularity, the school has remained small and focuses on guiding students based on their specific needs. What makes the academy special is its renowned cultural program which takes students out in the real Italian world at least three times a week. Apart from this, the town is located not far away from Rome, which helps students enjoy city life.

  4. Studio Italia, Rome
    Studio Italia is located in one of the most splendid locations in the world, which is Rome. The school of education offers a diverse range of courses that will improve your Italian speaking skills. From intensive courses to one-on-one sessions, Studio Italia has carefully designed programs that suit one and all. The academy also offers evening classes which are perfect for professionals.

  5. Dilit International House, Rome
    Dilit International House is another prominent school in Italy that promotes interactive learning sessions. One of the major USPs of the center of learning is its infrastructure which offers great places for students to unwind. In addition to this, the academy has a diverse and welcoming learning environment that helps candidates to focus better. The institute also provides free flat assistance for long-term learners, which is a great initiative by the school.

  6. EF International Language Center, Rome
    EF International Language Center lies near cafes, restaurants, and public transportation, making it perfect for those who wish to explore the city. Established in 1965, it is one of the oldest institutes in Rome that offers various courses for students of all levels. The academy provides the best tuition facilities to learners. It has some of the best facilities to help students reach language goals comfortably. In addition, the school also has computer labs, multimedia rooms, a student lounge, and a library to keep the aspirants engaged.

  7. Ciao Italia, Rome
    Ciao Italia is a perfect learning center for students who wish to learn about Italian culture. Located in the historic center of Rome, the academy offers students a wide variety of social and cultural activities. Apart from this, the staff in the institute are friendly and make sure that students have a great experience in the city. So, if you wish to amp up your language skills while exploring historical sites around Rome, Ciao Italia is an apt choice for you.


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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email