Combined

Combined course

Course combining group and individual classes

Durationfrom 1 to 52 weeks
Start dateEvery Monday
LevellAll the levels foreseen by CEFR
Minimum age16 years
Duration of the lesson50 minutes
Students in classMaximum 8
ScheduleAll the mornings from Monday to Friday+3 afternoons
Corse structure: in groups and individually
26 lessons/week
19 hours 30 min
16 general lessons
4 task based lessons
6 individual lessons

 

Description

This Italian Course includes group classes and one-to-one classes.

The combined course is the perfect choice for those who want to enjoy group learning and to work one-to-one with their own teacher, in order to achieve their individual language goals more rapidly.

Group work is a great way to give and receive motivation and support from fellow students. Group learning offers the possibility to interact and share knowledge with other students maximizing one another’s learning. In addition, during the individual Italian lessons the student has the complete attention of the teacher and can focus exactly on his needs.

Number of weeks

1
2
3
4
8

Prices

390 €
715 €
1000 €
1280 €
2440€

The enrollment fee of 50 euro is not included in the course price. It is valid for 12 months and includes the teaching materials, use of the center, placement test and language assessment, certificate of attendance, accommodation search and other services. 

In our Italian language school the combined course is especially recommended for students who need to enhance the language for their profession and give an in-depth look at specific linguistic aspects like the pronunciation or the lexicon. This Italian course is also the perfect choice for students who want to use their time wisely and need to improve a specific skill, like speaking or writing.  

The combined Italian course is available for any language level identified by the CEFR[1].

The group course follows the morning Standard Course. The individual Italian lessons are 6 per week and the schedule can be arranged with the school. In case the student cannot go to school for the individual lesson, the missed lesson can be made up as indicated on the school regulation.

The 6 Italian lessons per week still leave plenty of time to participate in the many extracurricular activities organised by the school.

[1] The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The identified levels are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 e C2.

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