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Rome - Senior (50 plus)

6 Senior (50 plus) courses in Rome offered by 3 language schools - 2 week Italian course.

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How our students rated their experience in Rome


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Overall city attractiveness
568 authentic reviews from students who reserved with us

Rating: 4.3/5.0

Friendliness of locals

Rating: 4.3/5.0

Interesing things to do

Rating: 4.9/5.0

Geographic setting

Rating: 4.5/5.0

Public transport

Rating: 3.8/5.0


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Reviews by former students who attended a Senior (50 plus) course in Rome

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 213 reviews

Our instructor Monika was excellent. Excellent location in the heart of the historic district of Rome.
Ask for Monika if you are doing private lessons or 2-for-1 private lessons for couples.

30 October 2018
Course: La Dolce Vita 50+ Course - 3 weeks
Student age: 68 years

United States

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 213 reviews

Combination of language education and cultural program (Dolce Vita). Teachers were motivated and played well into the level of the class. Most of the guides who accompanied us to the events in the D.V. program were excellent, especially Monika who deserves credit for her role.
The school is too lenient on people who are late in class and (even) eat/drink in class. A much more stricter policy on those issues should be implemented (distracts from class). And cutting the line at the coffee machine (why is there only one?) is unacceptable (even when one is from France). On occasion, somebody from the office broke into class and did a roll-call. In my view, bizzare (what is the purpose?) and a significant distraction. It interrupts class and the teacher and students need time afterwards to get back into the subject. Communication on aspects of the Dolce Vita program can be better. No notification was given beforehand that we would require to buy bus tickets (not all transportation was included) and when we went to Viterbo and made an artifact, we were not informed when these would arrive at school. Only after we asked questions ourselves, did we get answers (but never from the office...). And they did arrive, but only on the last day (just in time, yes).

10 April 2018
Course: La Dolce Vita 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 59 years


Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 119 reviews

Possibility for language practice in social settings with both professors and other students outside of the structured classes.
The professors and administrators are great--have so much passion for solid teaching and their students' learning experience.

11 May 2015
Course: Rome for 50+ - 2 weeks
Student age: 64 years

United States

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 119 reviews


30 April 2015
Course: Rome for 50+ - 1 week
Student age: 55 years


Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 213 reviews

The first day registration took too long and severely impacted on the already limited time for classes. Also beginners and students with some previous knowledge were mixed in my class which was not what I had wanted or expected.

30 September 2013
Course: La Dolce Vita 50+ Course - 1 week
Student age: 77 years


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FAQ about schools in Rome

  • 1011€ for 2 weeks is the lowest price for a Senior (50 plus) course in Rome. The average cost of a Senior (50 plus) course in Rome is 490€ per week.
  • Scuola Leonardo da Vinci has received the best overall rating in Rome among all language schools offering Senior (50 plus) programmes.
  • Scuola Leonardo da Vinci was rated highest for quality of teaching among schools with Senior (50 plus) 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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