Study Abroad in Italy

Study abroad in Italy, where life is good and the food's even better. There's no faster way to improve your Italian than by going to its country of origin . Our study abroad programs in Italy are flexible in length and specialization, so you can design your studies to reach your goals. We'll be with you every step of the way while you study abroad in Italy.

Study Abroad 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 - 25 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
EF Languages Abroad

EF Languages Abroad

25 + years
1-24 weeks
Adults and professionals
Boost your global career with personalised language courses in one of the world´s greatest cities. Designed for Adults and Professionals.
Destination: Italy
City: Rome

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Study abroad programs in Italy

Italian is a language spoken with the whole body: place emphasis with your hands, intonate with your elbows and drive your point home with your shoulders. In order to become as fluent as possible, one must study abroad in Italy. Our school in central Rome welcomes students from all over the world for short and long term programs to study in Italy. Our Italian lessons focus on teaching you to communicate as quickly as possible. Whether you're after an eventful summer holiday, preparing to study in an Italian university, or pursuing a career in an Italian company, when you study abroad in Italy, you can achieve your goals.

All roads lead to Rome …

Rome is called the cradle of Western civilization. When you study abroad in Italy, you'll immerse yourself in several centuries of history: walking among the ruins of the Roman Forum and the impressive Coliseum, visiting Vatican City and St. Peter's Cathedral to see the treasures of Michelangelo, da Vinci and other world famous artists first hand. On weekends, you can go to the ocean and swim in the Mediterranean or visit the lava submerged remains of Pompeii. If you're thinking about studying abroad in Italy, remember to bring a camera.