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Where To Best Learn Italian in Milan

June 06, 2020
When going to Milan, learning the Italian language isn't exactly on top of your to-do list, is it? You're probably more excited about shopping, seeing the sights, meeting locals, and more. And when you're here for work, naturally, you're more concerned about the tasks at hand. But in reality, it's better to enjoy your stay in Milan when you know a little more about Italian than the standard 'Bongiorno' and 'ciao.' If you're here business, your trip will run incredibly smoothly when you know better Italian. So why not learn more about the language in these fine schools in the city?

Where To Best Learn Italian in Milan

 

Società Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri was one of Italy's finest poets. What Leonardo Da Vinci was for art and science, Alighieri was for literature. It's no wonder, then, that a school was named after him in Milan. A language school, no less! Though there's no guarantee you'll achieve the same mastery of the language as the historic poet, you will learn a lot more Italian than when you first came in to enroll. For more than a century, this school has taught people the Italian language and how to best use it in all sorts of settings and situations. 

 

Scuola Leonardo da Vinci

Speaking of Leonardo Da Vinci, is it any surprise that there's another Italian language school named after him? He's probably the most influential Italian that ever lived. It'd be sacrilegious not to have any sort of educational institution named after him. Here, leaning Italian is more of an immersive experience. You're not only told of what to say and how to say it, but you're also encouraged to apply what you've learned through various exercises and activities. Their cultural events are often perfect scenarios fo such. They're hit two birds with one stone: promoting Italian culture and teaching the language through it as well. 

 

Where To Best Learn Italian in Milan

 

Passepartout

Recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education, Passepartout has gone a long way from its boutique school beginnings. But in fact, their small-scale approach to educating people on the Italian language remains their biggest ace. With a maximum of eight students per class, the teachers here are more able to teach the language in a more personal and immersive approach. And this can even go beyond the classroom, via their Skype sessions. Either way, you're guaranteed to take everything you've learned by heart after your course here. It's often a lot better to grasp the language this way anyway. 

 

International Language School Milan

Still, if you want a more traditional school setting when learning Italian, look no further than International Language School. Set along Via Disciplini, it has your standard university/college environment. Classrooms equipped with modern technology, a large common room perfect for studying in-between classes, free wifi that's strong enough for extensive research, and more. In fact, more often than not, the teachers here are actually university professors who work at some of the city's most prestigious institutions. You're lucky enough to be under their eye when classes begin! Either way, you'll still finish your course with more knowledge than when you started. 

 

Where To Best Learn Italian in Milan

 

International House: Milano

International House is actually a worldwide institution with campuses all in many other countries. Here in Milan, the school has become quite the fixture for not only learning Italian but for locals to learn English as well. But the focus here is the former and they offer various courses depending on how much you already know of the language. If you don't know any Italian beyond the basic pleasantries, their beginner's course is right up your alley. And if you're already well-versed with basic Italian and you want to learn and speak more, their advanced courses will help you with that too. 

 

ELLCI

Having opened in 1988, Ente Lombardo Lingua et Cultura Italiana, or ELLCI, has become a strong fixture among Italian-teaching institutions. What they specialize at most is preparing their students to use Italian to their advantage in the real world. The most prime example are university entrance exams. Whether you're a local or an ex-pat, if you want to study at a prestigious Milanese university, this school will help you. The same goes for job interviews too. Even though you already know some Italian, actually speaking the language during a job interview is a totally different animal. This school prepares you for that as well! 

 

Centro di Lingua e Cultura Italiana per Stranieri

The Centro di Lingua e Cultura Italiana per Stranieri in Milan is mostly for foreigners staying in the city. Here, they cultivate their own communities of visitors and ex-pats who are learning the language at the same time. Let's face it, studying the language of the country you're already staying at is already intimidating enough. You feel as if you don't deserve to be there simply because you're unable to speak their language clearly. This school, in turn, gives you a safe space to learn more about it and with people who are on the same level as you. 

 

Where To Best Learn Italian in Milan

 

Milan is the sort of international city that's visited by countless people fro around the world. It's only fair that it has its fair share of fine institutions that teach people the Italian language. It's here where you can get a better grasp of it to improve your stay in the city. 


At the same time, Milan luxury apartments are all on offer for when you study Italian. They can provide exactly what you need in an accommodation during your stay here!




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