The Autumn session of 2020 Italian evening classes in Bologna has begun. Why not join us to improve your Italian?
We’ve got three groups, an A1/A2 (elementary/pre-intermediate) which began last week on Monday 28th of September, a B1/B2 (intermediate/upper-intermediate) which starts this evening (Monday 05/10/20), and a C1/C2 (advanced), programmed for Tue/Thurs 18.00-21.00 but not yet confirmed.
Our usual maximum group size is ten, but due to the necessity for social-distancing, especially in enclosed spaces, we’re limiting the numbers in each group to between five and seven, depending on the size of the classroom – that way we can make sure everyone stays at a safe distance!
Students’ and staff body temperatures are measured on entry, liquids are available so everyone can disinfect their hands, and mask-wearing is, of course, obligatory at all times students/visitors are in the school building.
Classrooms are cleaned (table tops, the backs of chairs, door handles etc.) before a new group enters to begin their lesson, and the date/time of the cleaning is recorded on a sheet affixed on the classroom door. Do check!
If you’re working or studying in Bologna, taking two evening lessons per week is an excellent way to improve your Italian, while making new friends.
If you’re not sure which class is right for you, please contact us to arrange a test. And if we don’t have a place for you right now, not to worry – the evening class modules are just three weeks long (18 hours of lessons in total), so we’ll book you in for the next one instead!
But suppose you’re not available in the evenings, or a long way from Bologna right now? Other Italian course options include:
- Individual lessons in the school at a day/time to suit you
- Online Italian lessons, wherever you may be in the world!
- ‘Full-time’ study, each morning from Monday to Friday
- ‘Intensive’ courses of up to thirty hours a week!
To find out more:
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