Il Centro: an Italian language School in Milan since 1986
Il Centro, our Italian language school for foreigners in Milan, was founded in 1986. It was born from the experience of two Italian teachers, Enrica Cavo and Luisa Turolla, with the idea to provide Italian courses for foreigners to learn the language in a familiar atmosphere with an innovative methodology.
Why studying Italian at our Italian language school in Milan ?
At "Il Centro" you will find personalized study paths to improve your italian easily and fluently and adapt your italian knowledge to any situation you may be interested in: holidays, your daily life or your work.
At Il Centro (italian language school) you'll study in a cozy and frienfly atmosphere in which the human language approach is the very base of the learning process, highlightning the value of each student’s identity and potential.
All our in class lessons are supported and complemented with different learning activities around Milan. This way it will be even more fun to master the language and discover the culture of Italy and Milan: workshops on written and oral language, guided visits, cooking classes, group activities about Italian culture.
easily and fluently in the best language school of Milan!
A dynamic way to learn Italian.
Our didactic material has been modeled over more than 35 years of teaching Italian language to foreigners in Milan: It is regularly updated and renewed to always guarantee a modern and effective approach. Teaching methods, materials and learning challenges are constantly examined in search of continuous teaching improvement.
You'll learn Italian with highly professional Italian teachers specialized in the best teaching and language approach methodologies.
Evaluation and Certification of Italian
Our Italian Language School of Milan is a recognized center for PLIDA certification exams (Progetto Lingua Italiana Dante Alighieri). We also offer courses for students who want to take exams CILS or CELI (Italian certifications developed by the University for Foreigners of Siena and by the University for Foreigners of Perugia). These Italian classes are organized on demand.