Rome - CELI

2 CELI courses in Rome offered by 2 language schools - 4 week Italian course.

These Italian language courses are tailored to prepare you for the CELI exam.

Ciao Italia, Rome
Lessons per week: 16 (50 minutes per lesson)
Max. students per class: 12
Required minimum language level: Lower intermediate (B1) or higher
Starting dates: Every Monday


This is a 3-month course which starts in March or September.
The exams take place in June and December.
School accredited by EDUITALIA
CELI Ciao Italia (PDF)
Ciao Italia (PDF)
Dilit International House, Rome
Lessons per week: 6 (45 minutes per lesson)
Max. students per class: 12
Required minimum language level: Elementary (A2) or higher
Accredited exam test center: CELI can be taken directly at the school.
Exam dates: 04 Jun. 2020, 24 Jun. 2020, 18 Nov. 2020, 03 Dec. 2020

This course will give students the necessary information and advice on what exam to choose and how to enroll. Students will learn about specific exam procedures and practice on past examination papers.
Two sessions of 3 lessons per week.
School accredited by AISLI (Associazione Italiana Scuola di Lingue, Scuola di Lingua Inglesh) School accredited by ASILS (Associazone della Scuole di Italiano come Lingua Seconda) School accredited by EAQUALS (European Association for Quality Languages Services) School accredited by IALC  (International Association of Language Centres)
CELI Dilit International House (PDF)
Dilit International House (PDF)

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Reviews by former students who attended a CELI course in Rome

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 116 reviews

In my case I had Italian lessons, courses for the official CILS exam and practices in tourism company. Having done a Master in Organization and Management of Events, I told the person in charge of the internship course I'd like to do my practices in that department or in a travel agency. He offered me to do them in a tiny hotel or in a travel agency (there were not more options). I chose the hotel, with the intention of organizing the events. In summary, I spent the entire month as a waitress in the restaurant, a little bit in the reception (as it was so small that only one person fitted in the reception and he could not almost teach me anything) and I was almost a babysitter for the children's birthday parties (events). The principal from the school is friend of the owner of the hotel. The hotel treated me well, the problem is the school's principal, he promises things and then he does not fulfill them just to keep the money that you paid for the course.

9 December 2015
Course: CILS/CELI Exam Preparation Course - 4 weeks
Student age: 105 years


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