Every year half a million students attend Italian language courses outside Italy, in every country throughout the world. Why?
Italian is a language of culture. Speaking Italian means having access not only to an extremely valuable literary heritage, essential to the history of Europe and to extremely precious humanistic and scientific texts, but also to Italian theatre, music, opera, cinema and television.
Italian is a language of study. Every year a number of students decide to attend our schools, universities, academies and libraries.
Italian is a language of work. Managers, investors, technicians, artisans and workers get in touch with Italy’s world of industry, craft and services, which crosses the borders of our country.
Speaking Italian will turn a visit to our country and its friendly and hospitable people, its artistic cities and its beautiful nature into a real pleasure.