Our new Diploma in Italian Online courses start Monday 12th September 2016.
An introductory session for first year students will be held Saturday 10th September – details of time and venue to follow.
You can still apply for our Diploma, just follow the link for the appropriate course:
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Ci vediamo a settembre!
The Università per Stranieri di Siena is launching a beginner level MOOC (Massive Online Open Course). The course is free and a good opportunity to sample some Italian online: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/learn-italian
Starting date: 16/5/2016
Applications for 2016-17 courses due to go live 1st April 2016. Watch this space for updates.
Would you like to take your online course to a new level?
Italian is now also available in the BA in Arts (Humanities & Social Sciences) at the National University of Ireland, Galway. This is a new part-time Part-time programmes delivered via blended learning, which prepares students to progress in the rapidly changing global environment. Our flexible, broad-based curriculum allows you to choose a degree pathway that reflects your individual interests and career objectives. The curriculum includes specialisms in Archaeology, Economics, English Literature & Drama, History, Training & Education Management and Modern Languages.
After the summer…
Our first face-to-face meetings for students of the Diploma in Italian Online are scheduled as follows:
Beginners, 1st year: Saturday 12th September 12.00am-3.00pm in room AM117 (Arts Millennium Building, Ground Floor) Beginners, 2nd year: Saturday 19th September 10.00am-1.00pm in room AM117 (Arts Millennium Building, Ground Floor) Intermediate, 1st year: Saturday 12th September 2.00-5.00 pm in room AM117 (Arts Millennium Building, Ground Floor)
We look forward to meeting you all.
Thinking of visiting Italy? Have a look at this from Buzzfeed.com
Still looking for reasons to study Italian? Maybe this video will help.
(video by the Italian Ministero per lo Sviluppo Economico)