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Rome - Mini Group (max 6 students)
1 language school in Rome offering Mini Group (max 6 students) courses from
for a 2 week Italian course.

Italian courses in small groups of maximum 6 students allow better adaption to the needs of each student. A more intensive learning experience and highly recommended especially if improvement of Italian speaking skills is main objective.

Overall rating of listed schools in Rome:
4.2/5.0 (68 reviews)
School Size:
Lessons per week: 25
Max. students per class: 12
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Starting dates: Every Monday
Beginner level start only: 02.Jan.2017, 16.Jan.2017, 30.Jan.2017, 13.Feb.2017, 27.Feb.2017, 13.Mar.2017, 27.Mar.2017, 10.Apr.2017, 24.Apr.2017, 08.May.2017, 22.May.2017, 05.Jun.2017, 19.Jun.2017, 03.Jul.2017, 17.Jul.2017, 31.Jul.2017, 14.Aug.2017, 28.Aug.2017, 11.Sep.2017, 25.Sep.2017, 09.Oct.2017, 23.Oct.2017, 06.Nov.2017, 20.Nov.2017, 04.Dec.2017, 11.Dec.2017

Comments:
The mini-group has a maximum of 3 students.

Events in RomeBest time to take a language course in Rome

April
Rome Marathon
Rome Marathon

02 Apr. 2017Rome hosts an annual marathon that is immensely popular. There are so many participants that it qualifies as the biggest sporting event in the country. The course is quite flat, despite Rome's famous seven hills.

May
1st May
1st May

01 May 2017All-day open-air concert in Roma held every year on Italy's equivalent to labour day. Many acts perform in this marathon-esque show, both national and international. The concert is free and the crowd is massive.

June
Estate Romana
Estate Romana

Jun. 2017 - Sep. 2017Summer-long festival of events organised by the city: art, film, dance, music, theatre, activities for children, and more.

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