Spend a Gap Year in Italy
The “Academic School Year” (http://www.scuolaleonardo.com/gap-year-in-italy.php) is an Italian language course, thought for beginner and elementary students, which lasts for 32 weeks and leads to the internationally-recognized AIL (Accademia Italiana di Lingua) diplomas (DILI-Intermediate and DALI-Advanced).
Lessons are only planned in Italian from the very start to allow students an easier comprehension. The study program was carefully thought also to integrate speaking and writing skills, but without missing out important cultural components.
At first, students will attend a Standard Course focused on language, grammar and daily conversations, and subsequently, in the month before the exam, there will be additional lessons of preparation for the DILI-examination of AIL.
During the second term, the Standard Course, with a greater emphasis on the written language, continues and is concluded after a further 240 lessons, inclusive of a further four weeks of DALI-exam preparation. In addition, the program broadens to include general culture lessons.
The general culture unit includes lessons on topics related to the Italian culture, such as history of art, business and current affairs, fashion and design, Italian history and civilization. At the end of the course, the school will ask students to write a final essay on a topic related to Italian culture and this task will be made easier by 10 lessons of private tutoring to prepare the students’ essays.
Starting dates for the next Academic School Year Course are available on the School’s website (http://www.scuolaleonardo.com/Italian-language-dates-newyear.html#AcademicYearItaly).
Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci is one of Italy’s largest providers of in-country Italian courses in Italy since 1977. It is present in the most beautiful cities of Italy (Florence, Milan, Rome, Siena). Each year the company welcomes students from 60 countries in its Italian language schools.
Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci
Via de' Brunelleschi, 4
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release Spend a Gap Year in Italy here
News-ID: 59258 • Views: 1280
More Releases from Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci
La Dolce Vita Courses are waiting People of any Age for Learning Italian
After almost ten years of great popularity, the special program La Dolce Vita will come back in September in all the venues of Scuola Leonardo da Vinci. Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is among the most renowned schools that offer Italian language and culture courses to foreign people from all over the world. The four venues are located in Florence, Milan, Rome and Siena. Founded in Florence in 1977, the school guarantees a
La Dolce Vita Courses start again: Discovering Italian Language and Cultural Tra …
Once again, this year Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, an experienced school teaching Italian language to foreign students, offers a wide range of interesting Italian language courses in Italy, such as the one called “La Dolce Vita”. This Italian language course can have a duration of 1 or 2 weeks and was conceived for those students who are not so young anymore but it s open to all students who would like
The New Course “Italian Tour” offered by Scuola Leonardo da Vinci
When it comes about Italy many people imagine pizza, pasta, fashion, loud people, dramatic temperament and thousands of years of history. Actually they are not far from the truth but Italy has so much more to offer. To have a real taste of Italy you need to live the South and North and experience as many as possible contrasts between the different Italian regions. The school created a new program
“Study Italian in Siena”. The New Video by Scuola Leonardo da Vinci
For years, the Italian language school Scuola Leonardo da Vinci has been providing many different courses conceived for foreign students who wish to learn or improve Italian language and also know Italian culture and traditions. In addition, Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is up with the times: as a matter of fact, the school has a YouTube channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/italianinitaly - where, periodically, it uses to post videos telling about its schools
More Releases for Italian
Italian language Certifications with AIL
The AIL (Accademia Italiana di Lingua) is a non-profit association of schools and educators that was founded in 1984 to foster a program of certification in the Italian language. The certifications offered correspond to and reflect all the levels of communication recognized by the European Portfolio (ELP). Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, with centres in Florence, Milan, Rome and Siena, is a founding member of the AIL and offers preparatory courses for
Modern Italian Kitchens
Kitchens of life are the italian kitchens realized by Composit. Composit philosophy is orientated to the production of kitchens that last year after year. Every Kitchen comes from an aesthetic sought and functional interpretation of several lifestyles, with a design that goes beyond the fashion. The modern italian style of the kitchens is unmistakable. Composit pursues two important goals: development of quality by following the needs and changes of society; guarantee reliability
Italian Language Summer Courses 2010
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is located in four of the most beautiful Italian towns: Florence, Rome, Milan and Siena. Teachers and staff are professional and long experienced, the organization well geared to meet all the needs and expectations of students of any nationality. Therefore, the Leonardo schools are recognized among the most prestigious in Italy. They offer not only group or individual language courses at any level, but also courses of
Learning Italian to access to Italian Universities
The School Leonardo da Vinci, for many years now engaged in Italian language teaching for foreigners, offers all the guys who decided to face their University studies in the Italian country, the chance to prepare themselves at best to stand the entrance test of the University faculties of Architecture and Medicine, in Rome and Milan. “The Preparatory Course for Italian University” has a duration which varies between 2 and 24
Italian Fashion Courses in Milan
The Italian language school for foreigners Leonardo da Vinci in Milan dedicates to all the guys who are fans of fashion but most of all of “made in Italy”, a special course: Fashion Show. For the first time in Italy, in fact, a school for foreigners suggests to guys a peculiar way to learn Italian, especially Italian for fashion. Thanks to the course Fashion Show, the guys will find themselves in close
Apulia and Italian Fashion
The trade mission undertaken by the 12 Apulian businesses that partecipated in the "Contacto" initiative ended last week in Brussels. The initiative "Contacto" - launched by the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (Ice) and the Apulia Region - started as a well-featured training and "on the job" programme and turned into a B2B meeting session in Brussels. Giulio Patrizi, indoor designer, turned the products manufactured by the