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Reviews of Sant'Anna, Sorrento, Italy

Total number of reviews: 15
NOTE: All reviews are authentic. Only students who booked their course through us can publish evaluations here, and only after the end of their programme. These evaluations then are not manipulated in any way, neither by us nor by the school, and can be trusted as honest opinions about personal experiences with the school.

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Sant\'Anna, Sorrento, Italy
4.3/5.0 
(15 reviews)
City 3.7/5.0 
Organisation 4.3/5.0 
Facilities 4.2/5.0 
Social activities 3.8/5.0 
Course quality / Progress in language 4.6/5.0 
Value for money 4.5/5.0 
Accommodation
Host family 4.2/5.0 
Shared Flat 4.4/5.0 
other 4.5/5.0 
Individual Reviews
19. May. 2016
1. (80 years)  -  United States
1. Individual 10 - 1 week

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B & B
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An enthusiastic and accomplished teacher.
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Disappointed with inflexibility of administration regarding scheduling when I arrived with a severe cold that made learning virtually impossible.
26. Oct. 2015
2. Dorothy (73 years)  -  United States
2. 50+ Language and Culture - 2 weeks

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26. Oct. 2015
3. (68 years)  -  United States
3. 50+ Language and Culture - 2 weeks

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I very much liked the teachers and the method of teaching.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss
Take advantage of the side trips and school activities. Also, sign up with a local student to practice your language skills. It's free.
Other comments
I liked the 50+ program. It's nice having activities available with other fellow students.
18. Sep. 2015
4. Uta (54 years)  - 
4. Basic - 2 weeks

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18. Aug. 2015
5. (46 years)  - 
5. Basic - 1 week

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The hospitality, teachers and their availability, their patience ...
Insider tips about what future students should not miss
Take advantage of the afternoons to visit the region.
Other comments
Super School +++
11. May. 2015
6. (68 years)  -  United States
6. Superintensive A (20 group + 5 individual) - 6 weeks

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B & B
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The teachers: Great people and I learned a lot from them.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss
Push yourself to speak so that other people can hear you.
Other comments
Beautiful setting for school. Extraordinary setting.
26. Jan. 2015
7. (52 years)  -  United States
7. Basic + private lessons - 2 weeks

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They have a wonderful building and grounds.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss
Don't miss taking the excurion to the Amalfi coast and to Villa Poppea.
Other comments
The people there are very welcoming and helpful. They will smooth any bumps you might encounter.
19. Oct. 2014
8. (61 years)  - 
8. Basic - 2 weeks

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Location.
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They offer a matching program that I have asked for and for which I have heard nothing.
4. Aug. 2013
9. (46 years)  -  Romania
9. Basic - 2 weeks

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The people and the location
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They do a good job! And it's fun, too!
24. Oct. 2012
10. (66 years)  -  United States
10. Basic - 6 weeks

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The instructors are excellent and the support staff are most helpful. I had a dental emergency while there, and the staff went out of their way to help me.I think the grammar instruction is better than the conversation piece. It really depends on which instructor you have. They are all good, but some are better than others. My favorites were Lucia for grammar and Guisseppe for conversation. They work there only during high season.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss
Sorrento is very expensive. Be prepared for sticker shock.
Other comments
I was quite satisfied with my experience at the school. I was there for six weeks, and Italians I encounter tell me I speak very well.
11. Apr. 2012
11. Adeline (34 years)  - 
11. Basic - 2 weeks

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11. Oct. 2010
12. Saki (62 years)  -  Spain
12. 50+ Language and Culture - 2 weeks

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8. Oct. 2009
13. (34 years)  - 
13. Basic - 2 weeks

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It would be better - especially for language improvement - to host only one student in one house.
Other comments
I had an excellent room in the house of my host family (really wonderful!!),the second week there was also another student - her bed was not really good.
2. Aug. 2007
14. (53 years)  - 
14. Basic - 1 week

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environment and quality
1. Aug. 2007
15. (53 years)  - 
15. Basic - 1 week

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teachers attentive, nice, dynamic and qualified

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