ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES

All of our standard courses are held in the homes of the teachers in Bologna, or in the studentís apartment when possible.
They usually start on Monday and finish on Friday.

Course A

Three hours of lessons in the morning - 15 hours total - two lunches with the teacher (only one included in the price), plus different activities until about 5 p.m. for three afternoons. These activities include: guided TV viewing, video films, visits to the centre of Bologna, one trip by car/train to Ferrara, Dozza Imolese (Enoteca Regionale) Museo of Ferrari in Maranello or a Parmigiano factory, etc.

Course B

As course A, but only two lunches with the teacher (only one included in the price)and two afternoon activities instead of three in a week.

Course C

Three hours of lessons in the morning plus one lunch with the teacher (not included in the price) followed by a visit to the city center until about 5 p.m.

Course D
Intensive

Three hours of lessons in the morning, two lunches with the teacher (only one included in the price), followed by 2 hours of lessons in the afternoons (19 hours total).

Course E
Long term course

Long term course at free schedule (minimum 10 hours).

Course F
(week end course)

Specially arranged for people who have little free time.
Flexible course of concentrated lessons from Friday to Sunday morning, hours arranged to suit the students.
Two lunches with teachers are possibile.

Course G
"l'italiano passeggiando"

Conversational program, taking place during 5 days of excursions by car or train to Ferrara, Dozza Imola, Modena, Parma, Ravenna, etc. . Two full days escursions plus three morning, a lunch.

Course H
"Italian in music/art/literature"

15 hours personalized theoretical and practical course created for those people who love literature/art/music with particular attention to what the city can offer.


Every year bolognalingua offers severals scholarships which are administreted by different Istituto Italiano di Cultura located in countries in Europe, America, Oceania and Japan.. Each scholarship consists of a free individual course of 10 hours for one or two weeks