Madrelingua Italian Language School in Bologna, Italy, has helped thousands of people from around the world realise their dream of learning to speak and understand Italian.

So why not you too?

To make it easier for you to try our school, we have a special deal for new students!
Fill out the form on the right to receive a voucher worth 15% off any group Italian course.
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Learn Italian in Italy, or study online: your choice!

Learn Italian in Italy, or online from your home or office.
Madrelingua offers a full range of Italian courses and Italian language exams to adult students of all ages.
Choose a standard or intensive Italian course at our school in the historic center of Bologna, or study online with one of our experienced Italian teachers.
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Italian Evening Class Dates / E-Books To Learn Italian -33%

Just two quick pieces of news this week.

1. Our Italian evening classes are due to start on the 3rd of October, so if you’re in or near Bologna, check out this link for dates and prices: http://madrelinguaitalian.com/italian-evening-classes/

2. If you’re NOT in Bologna and don’t plan to be, you might still be interested in e-books for learning Italian.

Our new site, https://easyreaders.org, specializes in just that and so is well worth a look for anyone studying Italian, French, Spanish and various other languages.Logo of easyreaders.org

All the e-books have free sample chapters for you to download (with free audio!)

And for a limited period it’s possibile to save 33% on the shop prices by signing up to the mailing list.

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How much is the Italian course? (And how to save 15%)

“How much is the course?”

A natural question, though like most Italian schools, we publish our prices on the website for everyone to see.

The answer?

It depends on the type and length of the course you choose.

First of all, group classes are much better value than individual courses, as you’ll be sharing the cost of the teacher with others.

A one-hour individual lesson costs €37. A one-week group course costs €238. The group course is 20 hours, so that’s €11.19 an hour instead of more than three times that. There are discounts too, but more on them later..

That said, individual lessons are ideal if you need to control when and what you study, or if your company is paying!

However, if you don’t have specific needs, choose the group course. It’s more fun, too, as you’ll make new friends.

Group course / individual course decision resolved, next you need to consider the effect of signing up for more hours or weeks and so reducing the price you’ll pay.

Twenty hours of individual lessons, for example, can be had for €660.

That’s €33 an hour, rather than the €37 you’d pay if you bought just the one.

The discounts are limited with individual lessons, as the teacher cost per hour is fixed for the school.

With group courses, though, the school’s interest is to maintain viable classes for as much of the year as possible. Hence, the longer you study, the cheaper it gets!

For example, the one-week standard group course costs €238, whereas the four-week price is just €798. That’s €199.50 a week – a 16% discount!

Opt for an even longer stay and the price really falls…

Twenty-four weeks (approximately six months) would set you back €3773, which seems a lot but is just €157 a week.

That’s a 34% saving each week, compared to the standard one week course! And in those 24 weeks you could go from zero to an advanced level in Italian.

But I mentioned discounts…

Sign up for our mailing list (there’s a form on the prices page) and we’ll send you a 15% discount voucher, which is good for any GROUP course, of any length.

With -15% coupon code, you’d pay just €202.30 for a week, instead of €238.

And the four-week option would be a modest €678.30, instead of the €798 quoted on our prices page.

And so on. Go here to do your own calculations.

(Don’t forget to save 15% by signing up for the mailing list!)

See also: How long will it take me to learn Italian?

Italian In A Day?

outsideportrait1Could you learn Italian in just one day?

Of course not!

But you could learn a few basic phrases and some vocabulary that might come in handy during your visit to historic Bologna.

Which is the point of our new ‘In A Day‘ courses.

They’re ideal for visitors to Bologna as they last just one day and include both Italian lessons and your choice from a list of activities.

What activities??

Check out the possibilities on our ‘In A Day‘ page.

Or, for a more in-depth experience, view all Italian course options.

Got a question? Read our FAQ or contact us.