In-person & online
Italian classes

Private Classes, One-to-one format, Corporate & Government Language Training

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Why learn Italian

Significant presence
in the global market

Italy has a significant presence in the global market particularly in the fashion, design and automotive industries.

Rich cultural
heritage of Italy

Learning Italian will allow you a deeper understanding of the rich cultural heritage of Italy from art, history, cuisine and more.

Proficiency in Italian
can open doors

Enhance your personal, travel and academic prospects. Proficiency in Italian can open doors to a variety of life changing opportunities.

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Language Levels offered


Low Beginner

Learn essential vocabulary and simple grammatical structures necessary for everyday communication. Learn to express elementary needs, understand statements, and ask simple questions.


High Beginner

Learn to understand basic sentences and frequently-used expressions, communicate in simple and routine tasks, describe your background and immediate environment.



Learn to understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar everyday subjects. Start, maintain and close simple face-to-face conversation on topics that are familiar or of personal interest.


Upper Intermediate

Learn to understand the main ideas of complex speech and text on both concrete and abstract topics, interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible.



Learn to express yourself fluently and spontaneously; use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes; understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

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Is it possible to learn Italian online?

Yes, it is entirely possible to learn Italian online. We offer online classes as well as in-person classes. Our Italian language courses, along with dynamic instructors, offer effective methods for acquiring language skills through online learning, traditional in-person classes, or a blend of both.

How long does it take to become fluent in Italian?

The time required to become fluent in Italian varies depending on factors like the learner’s prior language experience, study intensity, and exposure to the language. Generally, achieving fluency in Italian may take several years of consistent practice, immersive experiences, and regular communication with native speakers. Dedication to daily language activities and varied learning methods can expedite the process.

Is it difficult to learn Italian?

The difficulty of learning Italian depends on your native language, prior language learning experience, and personal aptitude for languages. For many learners, Italian is considered relatively accessible due to its straightforward grammar and similarity to other Romance languages.

Is it possible to learn Italian in 3 months?

While it’s challenging to achieve fluency in Italian in three months, dedicated daily practice and immersion can help you acquire basic conversational skills and a foundational understanding of the language within that time frame. The extent of proficiency attained will depend on factors such as your learning methods, prior language experience, and the amount of time you invest each day.

How fast can I finish the beginner level in Italian?

The speed at which you can complete the beginner level in Italian depends on factors such as the intensity of your study, the time you dedicate daily, and your prior language learning experience. With consistent effort, some learners may progress through the beginner level in a matter of weeks, while others might take a few months to achieve proficiency.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)