Italian Language school for foreigners - Italy - Florence - Language and cultural courses at the Galilei Institute in Italy.
THE GALILEI INSTITUTE - SCHOOL OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND ITALIAN CULTURE IN ITALY
BACKGROUND AND PHILOSOPHY
The Galilei Institute is one of the most prestigious among the Italian language and culture schools in Italy for foreigners.
Our school of Italian language was established in 1985, in the centre of Florence, with the aim of providing high quality linguistic services to private people and multi-national companies in need to learn the basics as well as to improve the Italian language up to the highest levels in little time. That is the reason why the Institute Galilei specializes in one-to-one and small group courses with max. 4 participants per class.
After only a few years, the quality of our courses, the reliability of the programs, and the rigorous attention to the individual and her/his linguistic needs allowed us to establish a reputation for meeting the needs of some of the leading companies of the world, many of which have become our steady customers.
Today, the school also offers one-to-one and small group courses in Italian culture such as art history, Italian cooking, and drawing & painting (taught in Italian, English, and on request in other languages). These courses complete the services of the Institute Galilei allowing a practical and immediate approach not only to the Italian language but also to the main aspects of the Italian culture.
THE SCHOOL'S LOCATIONThe school is located in down-town Florence, at only 5 minutes on foot from the Cathedrale (Duomo).
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THE SCHOOL'S FACILITIESThe school’s classrooms are equipped with an audio-visual system, stereo-recorders to register lessons, a big library, air conditioning and a piano. Also, students can connect to Internet at the students' computer or wireless with their laptop.
THE SECRET OF OUR QUALITY IS:
Excellent teachers with years of training and the school's size, which has been kept rather small in order to give everyone the opportunity to receive individual attention.