Italian language courses in Rome

When we began in 1984, we were three enthusiastic teachers.
A year later, the Rhode Island School of Design called and asked us to organize italian classes for their students. Cornell University soon followed in their footsteps, then in 1995, British Airways.
Today we are around 20 teachers and we collaborate with many institutions, embassies, schools and universities. We have two sites in Rome where we welcome students of all ages, from all over the world. Whether they come from Spain or the United States, remain for two weeks or two months, all of our students agree – the opportunity to study Italian in Rome is a unique, fantastic experience.

Principal: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 184, Rome.
Secondary: Piazza della Cancelleria 85, Rome.
Tel. (+39) 06-69941314, 06-69294455, 335-8269915;
fax +39/0669202174
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9am-6:30pm
Friday, 9am-5pm.
Our secretaries speak Italian, English, German, French and Spanish fluently.


Ti stai chiedendo come può essere lasciare tutto per vivere a Roma? Noi l'abbiamo chiesto all'antropologo e traduttore di poesia Anthony Molino.

🇪🇸¿Te estás preguntando cómo puede ser dejar todo para vivir en Roma? Le preguntamos a Anthony Molino, antropólogo y traductor de poesía.
🇬🇧Are you wondering how it can be leaving everything to live in Rome? We asked Anthony Molino, anthropologist and poetry translator.
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Niente è meglio di un sorriso per rompere il ghiaccio.
Non perderti il prossimo #aperinteractive
🇪🇸Nada es mejor que una sonrisa para romper el hielo.
No te pierdas el próximo #aperinteractive
🇬🇧Nothing is better than a smile to break the ice.
Don't miss the next #aperinteractive
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Fra le parole che hanno 2 significati opposti, troviamo anche questa che significa sia CHIUDERE con una sbarra che APRIRE nel senso di spalancare.
🇬🇧Block / Open Wide
🇪🇸Bloquear / Tirar abierto

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Il primo museo di arte contemporanea che è anche simbolo di accoglienza.

🇬🇧 The first museum of contemporary art that is also a symbol of welcome.
🇪🇸 El primer museo de arte contemporáneo que también es un símbolo de bienvenida.
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Why choose Italiaidea?

  • We are a historic school
  • Recognized by the Minster of Public Instruction

  • Partnered with major U.S.A. colleges and universities

  • For us, Italian isn’t just grammar

  • We also teach Italian culture

  • We are located in the center of Rome

  • We offer assistance with your entire stay

  • We organize extracurricular activities and guided visits

  • Our teachers are certified professionals