The Italian language course in Milan is offered by Il Centro. The school is located in a Liberty style building in the central district of Brera, famous for fashion and design brands. The district is close to the most famous city attractions and easily reached from any part of the city. Learn Italian in Milan!
The school was founded in 1986 and is recognised by the Italian Education Ministry. It’s the perfect place to study Italian in Milan.
The Italian language school in Milan offers a wide range of courses of Italian language and culture. You can apply for intensive italian courses with 20 hour lessons per week or cheap Italian language courses attending just a few times a week. You can also learn Italian for specific purposes.
If you work in Milan, the school also offers business Italian courses and different available course schedules.
If you plan to stay for a long period, the school will assist you to get your legal documents or to open a bank account. The secretary office will be always at disposal to help you during your stay in Milan. Here you will find a familiar and friendly atmosphere.
The teaching staff creates the didactic materials to guarantee a modern and effective approach. The school infact, organizes trainings for Italian teachers as second language.
Every month the school organises extracurricular activities such as aperitifs, cooking lessons, or, for instance, cultural seminars on cinema, music. We also recommend the guided tours of Milan. A wonderful opportunity to learn more about the city: Navigli area, the fashion district, Duomo.
We will help to find the best accommodation option for you. We offer single rooms in shared flats with Italian hosts or private studios.
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|Starting dates 2021|
|Not beginner students can start courses any Monday upon request. |
The school will be closed on the following national holidays: Epiphany (06/01), Easter holidays, Italy Liberation Day (25/04), Workers' Day (01/05), Republic Day (02/06), Ferragosto (15/08), All Saints (01/11), Immaculate Conception (8/12), 7/12, Christmas holidays and New Year.