You can learn Italian in your country before leaving or attend a language course during your stay in Turin. The language courses are organized especially by international non-European students’ associations and provided at their university branches.
Italian Cultural Institute Courses
In collaboration with the Italian Embassies and Consulates, the cultural Italian Institutions organize Italian Courses tailored to the students’ needs. Website
Università di Torino Summer Program
The Summer program provides an Italian course (lasting 3 to 5 weeks) for International students. After an assessment test, students will be divided into small groups according to three levels (elementary, intermediate and advanced). Teachers are professional mother-tongue and students can obtain course credits (European levels A2, B1, and B2). Moreover extra credits can be achieved with optional courses, such as: Italian art, cinema, food and wine culture. Website
International students of Politecnico have to pass an assessment for Italian language(B1). It is therefore necessary to have a certificate, issued by an Institution legally recognised by Politecnico or obtained with final exam released by the CLA (University Language Centre). Website
The Turin Società Dante Alighieri premises organizes Italian courses for international students. To get information about the dates, costs and schedules you can contact 011.5718563 or write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Website
The Intercultural Centre of Turin Municipality organizes each year Italian language and cultural mediation courses. Website
Fondazione Università Popolare di Torino
The Foundation is exam premises for obtain the CILS ( Certificate of Italian as a Foreign Language) within a protocol of agreement with Università per stranieri of Siena
For more info find more at following website.
ASAI (Salesian catholic intercultural Association) offers several educational and cultural initiatives in town.
Asai focus are in particular adolescents and second generation and proposes activity based on cooperation. http://www.asai.it/
International Volunteers Association for Women, Education and Development, operating at social level, aimed to young people and adults for promoting women in the world. They organize many activities and Language course for foreign peoplem
For more infos follow: http://web.tiscali.it/vides_laurita/intro.html
The Comunità di Sant’Egidio, it’s an Italian Network located also in Torino. It’s a secular movement, engaged on Ecumenism and Dialogue, Peace and Solidarity. For further info about their activities, please visit:
This Indipendent Association of social promotion is open to new proposals, ideas and motivations aim to supporting Slavic Culture and Heritage.
More infos on courses and activities here.
Schools and private institutes
CIAOITALY – Via Alfonso Lamarmora, 31 – tel. 01115694775
www.ciaoitaly-turin.com – Email: email@example.com
The school offers Marco Polo and Turandot programs for Chinese students. The school arranges preparatory courses for DITALS exams and offer a private Master in Teaching Italian as a Foreign Language and as a Second Language.
ASEI School – corso Unione Sovietica 113 – tel. 0110268410
TESL – The European School of Languages – via Baretti 3 – tel. e fax 0116696561
www.teslonline.it – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE WORLD – via Frassineto 34 – tel. 0113835447
www.the-world.it – Email: email@example.com