Learn Italian in Italy

Learn Italian in Italy and surround yourself with rich history, great food, and friendly people. Whether you want to study Italian for just a few weeks or you have several months to commit to perfecting the language, our Italian language courses in Italy can be adapted to your goals and schedule.

Learn Italian in Italy
EF Language Year Abroad

EF Language Year Abroad

16 + years
6, 9 or 11 months
Combine language and academic studies at a school abroad. Prepare for an official language exam and gain work experience.
Destination: Italy
City: Rome
EF Languages Abroad

EF Languages Abroad

16 + years
2-24 weeks
Learn a language faster at an accredited EF school. Choose from 10 languages in 50 destinations. Start any Monday.
Destination: Italy
City: Rome

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Study Italian in Italy

Study Italian in Italy to get a feeling for the language in its native environment. With accredited courses and highly-trained instructors, you'll get the most out of your Italian language school in Italy. After class, step out into downtown Rome to practice your new Italian skills, from ordering food at a local restaurant to chatting with fellow students at a cafe. This level of integration between your classroom and real life can only be accomplished when you learn Italian in Italy. It's a very fulfilling experience to learn Italian and then reinforce your learning immediately. You'll see that it's also the most effective way to study Italian in Italy.

Life Outside the Italian Language School

When you study Italian in Italy, not only will you have access to our Italian language school, you'll also have the opportunity to see historic cities across the country . Based out of the capital city of Rome, you can easily take weekend excursions around the country. Our staff will even help by organizing different trips and activities for you and your classmates! Drift through the placid canals of Venice on a gondola. Explore the fashionable streets of Florence and gaze at the masterpieces of the Renaissance. Or head south to Naples, home to the first pizza in the world. Learn Italian in Italy and you'll get to visit Italy on your own terms, with independence and confidence in your Italian skills.