I’m assuming an Italian course will be one of the possibilities.
After all, for at least part of the voyage, why not let someone else take the tiller?
Today, then, let’s consider the different types of Italian courses you could opt for.
As you’d expect for someone who works in a language school, I’ve written a lot about Italian courses over the years.
So I’ll keep today’s article brief by linking to some of the more relevant articles.
For example, ‘Which Italian course is right for you?’, which gives you an overview of the different types of course and explains why you might prefer one or the other.
Get more detail about the different types of Italian course our school offers from this page on our website, including links to prices, information about accommodation and so on.
Given the current promotion, you’ll most likely be interested in a group course, in which case you get to choose between the standard 20-hour-per-week option, or the more intensive 30-hour-per-week course.
Unsure which of those would work better for you?
Read what I wrote about that back in 2014: Should I choose an intensive Italian course?
Answers to the usual questions we receive from potential students can be found on the school site’s FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Page.
And for general background reading about learning Italian, do take a look at Best Articles About Learning Italian.
Don’t forget, this week Madrelingua is running it’s annual ‘biggest discount of the year’ promotion.
You can save 20% on group Italian courses of any length starting in 2018 at our school in Bologna, Italy.
- the ‘Winter Offer – 20%’ course deposit is just €120 instead of the usual €150
- that guarantees you’ll save 20%, not just on the deposit, but on the whole course
- Choose the length of your course: from one week to one year!
- You don’t have to know the dates of your course now, just email us when you’ve decided
- The offer applies to group courses only. We’re sorry, we can’t discount individual courses.
- This promotion FINISHES on Christmas Day (25th December 2017).
Go save 20% on your 2018 course now!
- Pick your Italian course then check the price
- Research flights to Bologna and accommodation
- Follow our extremely simple booking process
- Pay your course / accommodation deposit in our online shop
- And that’s it – you’ve saved 20% on your 2018 Italian course!
Still not sure?
Read more about studying Italian in Bologna on the school’s website:
Or if you’d like a personal response to your questions, email Stefania on email@example.com