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7 Mini Group (max 6 students) courses in Rome offered by 3 language schools - 2 week Italian course.

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Reviews by former students who attended a Mini Group (max 6 students) course in Rome

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

Loose atmosphere, lots of conversation. Learned a lot, but not enough yet. That is not possible after two weeks.

5 October 2021
Course: Intensive (30) - 2 weeks
Student age: 63 years

Marc
Belgium

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

Great organization, dear teachers, good courses and leisure activities
Great location and a very nice house

25 July 2020
Course: Intensive (30) - 1 week
Student age: 34 years

Xenia Lara
Germany

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

I will start with good things: the location is great, facilities, office staff are very nice and helpful and the activities are great. However, my ultimate favourite thing was the bar. Food at school was amazing, very tasty and well priced. Unfortunately, I was not happy with the quality of teaching. The method they use just does not work for everyone. If you like structure and to learn basic things at the beginning then this school is not for you! I was in the A1 group. The teacher should have taught us basic things like: an alphabet, how to introduce yourself, how to say I, you, she, he, we, they. We were repeating some conversation without understanding the words (or seeing the words, just repeating from listening) or repeating phone conversations. That was extremely pointless at that stage when I just want to know basic things. I would not have a conversation on the phone with anybody when I am just starting to learn Italian. But it would be nice to know how to say: ''Hi, How are you?'', ''I would like to order....'', and ''Can I have a bill?''. I spoke with few teachers about my concerns but I was just told to have a faith in the method. I paid for two weeks but lasted a week and half. In my second week, I just lost all hope that they will teach me properly and I left. Also, some teachers have a bit of attitude. I had a very unpleasant incident with one teacher and that just cemented my decision to leave. If I can't even ask a question, what is the point to stay? I feel that I chose the wrong school and that I just wasted 2 weeks and a lot of money. Probably, I would learn more by myself by just watching videos on Youtube. P.S. I speak 3 languages so I know how it is in different schools.

1 November 2019
Course: Intensive (30) - 2 weeks
Student age: 34 years

Karolina
England UK

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 211 reviews

The teachers were very good.

9 August 2017
Course: Super Intensive Small Group Course - 5 weeks
Student age: 48 years

Nicole
United States

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 211 reviews

Actually I did not like the organization nor did I like the spaces, which were minimal.

14 October 2013
Course: Intensive (30) - 2 weeks
Student age: 64 years

Luisa Isabel
Argentina

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

Good atmosphere, good teachers.

2 December 2011
Course: Intensive (30) - 3 weeks
Student age: 55 years

Carine
Belgique

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 211 reviews

Motivated teacher

9 November 2009
Course: Super Intensive Small Group Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 25 years

Celine
Francaise

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

Great food for lunch ))
Activities are not well organised. Often canceled. After 2 weeks I had great practice, but absolute mass in my mind

6 October 2009
Course: Intensive (30) - 2 weeks
Student age: 28 years

Irina
russian

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

I loved the international environment of the school. It was full of students from all over the world, and once in a higher level, italian was the language of communication between the students as well (rather than english, which was great for learning). There are also possibilities to meet Italians who are learning English in the school, so some free practice! The teachers were absolutely awesome, all well trained and very entertaining. One negative thing might be that the curiculum is rather repetitive, so be prepared for some boredom if you go to classes for more than 2 months. However, the standard of teaching is outstanding, and would definitely recommend this school to everyone!!
100% recommended. I had an amazing time and am missing it a lot! Would definitely go back.

17 November 2008
Course: Intensive (30) - 8 weeks
Student age: 23 years

Milena
Macedonian

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

It´s a good school

26 December 2007
Course: Intensive (30) - 13 weeks
Student age: 21 years

Martina
Svenska

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 211 reviews

teachers
I really enjoyed my experience. The teachers are outstanding!!!

27 December 2006
Course: Super Intensive Small Group Course - 8 weeks
Student age: 58 years

Antoinette
American

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 118 reviews

teachers

11 September 2006
Course: Intensive (30) - 8 weeks
Student age: 33 years

Iryna

Interesting information about Rome

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FAQ about schools in Rome

  • 285€ for 2 weeks is the lowest price for a Mini Group (max 6 students) course in Rome. The average cost of a Mini Group (max 6 students) course in Rome is 306€ per week.
  • Studioitalia has received the best overall rating in Rome among all language schools offering Mini Group (max 6 students) programmes.
  • Scuola Leonardo da Vinci was rated highest for quality of teaching among schools with Mini Group (max 6 students) courses.
  • You can take courses for just 1 week. For significant progress opt for longer durations. According to a survey of StudyTravel Magazine the average course duration for Italy is 4.5 weeks.
  • The student price index in Rome is 67.1. For details check the city's cost of living section.

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