Italian Course 50+ in Genoa

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The Senior 50+ program lasts two weeks and includes Italian language lessons in the morning and cultural meetings in Genoa and its surroundings, tastings, guided tours in leisure time designed specifically for an adult audience. The program takes place with a minimum of 5 subscribers. It´s perfect if you want to discover the Liguria region and places like Portofino, Santa Margherita Ligure, Camogli or Nervi.

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Description

Founded in 2002, the school A Door to Italy,  is located in the city centre. This small school offers a wide range of extracurricular activities such as guided tours of the city, visits to museums and different opportunities to enjoy the local culture and the local cuisine and products of Genoa. Groups are very small (no more than 8 students per class), allowing a most profitable linguistic stay.

The school offers a wide range of social and cultural activities in order to help you get the most of your Italian course in Genoa. Every week the school publishes a program concerning social and cultural activities, visible in the entrance of the school. Some activities are free and others have an extra price (always established before) to cover trips, museum, meals and transport tickets.

Starting dates 2020 
January7May18September7
February3June15October5
March2July13November2,30
April6,27August10December
Not beginner students can start courses any Monday upon request.
The school will be closed on the following national holidays: Epiphany (06/01), Easter Monday, Italy Liberation Day (25/04), Workers' Day (01/05), Republic Day (02/06), Ferragosto (15/08), All Saints (01/11), Immaculate Conception (8/12), Christmas holidays and New Year.

Our School

Average class size

8

Maximum class size

12

Placement test

Yes (written and oral).

Location type

Historic building in Genoa city centre.

Course material included

Yes

Length of lessons

50 minutes.

Other

Internet access.

Accommodation in Genoa

Our school of Italian in Genoa offers course participants different accommodation options for the whole duration of your course in Italy with Studiainitalia. We have a selection of single rooms in shared flats, double rooms for couples and people travelling together, family stays (with half- and full-board options) and private studios. Contact us for further details

Your accommodation in Italy

In Studiainitalia, we know well that in order to have a successful course in Italy, you need an accommodation that suits your budget and style. This is why we provide our course participants with a wide range of options for accommodation in Italy, so that you can feel at home in Italy.

Your accommodation in Italy is also a perfect opportunity to meet other students, flatmates or local people, and thus practice your Italian and learn more about local culture and customs.

We can provide you with accommodation near your school for the whole duration of your course in Italy. We offer the following types of accommodation in Italy:

  • Single rooms, with kitchen use, in shared flats (generally 2-3 persons);
  • Double rooms, with kitchen use, for couples and people travelling together;
  • Single rooms in host families, with meals;
  • Private studios.

Accommodation is available from Sunday to Sunday.

Costs of water, gas and electricity are included. Towels and sheets are provided.

Flats are shared with Italians, generally between 2 or 3 persons.

Accommodations are assigned only 20 days before your arrival in Italy.

Sometimes it is possible to request a private bathroom (supplement required).

Please contact us for further details on our accommodation options for courses in Italy.

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