Istituto MichelangeloFlorence, Italy
Why choose Istituto Michelangelo:
Super-experienced school with over 1,200 students every year.
Wide array of possible add-on courses, including Italian culture and cooking classes.
Perfect school for already fluent speakers, including teachers, as they have a wide variety of options for specialization courses.
Outstanding location in a historical building right in the center of Florence.
Astonishing list of specific courses, even for beginners.
Istituto Michelangelo philosophy:
We try to always offer our students every opportunity to make themselves at home within Italian life and culture.
Standard (20 hours a week)
Intensive (30 hours a week)
Super-Intensive (30 hours a week in group + 10 hours a week in private)
Specialization courses (20 hours a week - only available for C1+ levels and Italian language teachers)
Italian for the Tourist Industry
Italian for the Hotels
Italian for Business (B1 level minimum)
Italian for Healthcare
Senior 50+ (20 hours a week + cultural activities + excursions + cooking classes)
Art History (4 hours a week)
Italy Today (4 hours a week)
Italian Cooking (4 hours a week)
Art courses (6 to 10 hours a week, including painting and drawing, sculpture and ceramics, photography, fashion design, and many more!)
“I met a group of 5 of my best friends from Argentina (where I grew up) for just one week of Italian. We had a wonderful experience in our classes with our teacher Savino; so much so that we wished we could have stayed longer. It's in my plans to return for a month or two. Florence is beautiful and the school is in the middle of the city: We took coffee breaks at a cafe by the Duomo; best experience you could have!”
Silvina Saint-Avit, Argentina.
Istituto Michelangelo is best for• Art enthusiasts
• Italian experts
• Ages 29 to 35
Features• Students from over 15 nationalities
• Max class size: 12
Experiences offered for free
• Conferences on Italian culture.
• School parties for special events, hosted by the students from the cooking classes.
• Film showings at the school.
• Saturday visits to museums and the city.
• Sunday trips and excursions to other destinations in Tuscany.
• Guided museum tours.
• Cultural nights attending concerts or the theater.
• Weekly dinner parties with professors.