Study Italian in Italy!
The Foreign Student University in Italy is the Italian Language School for International Students!
The Università Italiana per Stranieri di Perugia is one of the first international universities in Europe. Founded in 1921 with the main campus located in the 18th Palazzo Gallenga on a hilltop in Perugia, 6000 students from around the world study Italian language, history, art and culture at this prestigious institute every year. To accommodate the vast student population and various faculties, the University also occupies four smaller buildings set in the countryside yet within walking distance of the main campus.
Italian Language and Culture Courses
All Italian language course content includes grammar, speaking, writing and pronunciation and follow the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR). Courses are divided into:
- Beginner Levels A1 & A2
- Intermediate Levels B1 & B2
- Advanced Levels C1, C1+ & C2
Italian language courses are offered on a 3 to 6 month schedule and provide a minimum of 20 hours / week of classroom instruction. Supplementary courses may be added and include Italian Theatre, Italian Vocal Music, Umbria Discovery and Advanced Courses in Humanities including Art History, Etruscan and Italic Studies and Contemporary Italian Language.
2012 Starting Dates – July 2, September 3
Summer Intensive Italian Language Courses
Summer intensive 1-month courses include all levels and provide 27 – 30 hours / week of classroom time depending on the level. These courses offer wider content and more hours of instruction than the other courses. There must be at least 10 students registered for each level for the courses to be held.
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The gap between rich and poor has widened over the last 20 years in nearly all the countries studied, even as trade and technological advances have spurred rapid growth in their economies
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