Torre di BabeleRome, Italy
Why choose Torre di Babele:
Impressive array of different courses and add-ons for a highly customized learning experience.
Member of Tandem International, offering combined programs with other Tandem schools in Milan, Florence, Venice, and Trieste.
Over 35 years of experience.
Lots of activities included for free in its cultural program, to get the most out of Rome and Italy.
Located in a typical Roman neighborhood, ensuring an authentic living and learning experience.
Torre di Babele philosophy:
Since founding the school in 1984, we have sought to create a special atmosphere in the heart of Rome, a place where students from around the world can come together to study Italian language and culture.
Standard (20 hours a week)
Intensive Plus (20 hours a week in group + 5 hours a week in mini-groups)
Super Intensive A (20 hours a week in group + 5 hours a week in private)
Super Intensive B (20 hours a week in group + 10 hours a week in private)
Italian on tour (20 hours a week combined with other Tandem schools in Italy)
50+ (20 hours a week – Spring and Fall only)
Experit (12-week Italian+Internship)
Italian and cooking
Italian and photography
Italian, painting and sculpture
Italian and architecture
Italian and design
Italian, music and singing
Italian, restoration and decorative arts
Italian and jewelry
Italian and fashion
“I've been here for 4 weeks and I can recommend the school 100%. The teachers are very nice and, thanks to the small groups, individually respond to each student. The entire school exudes a familiar and cozy atmosphere. Even outside of class, the school offers a great program, such as guided tours, cooking classes, etc. Thumbs up - you will feel absolutely comfortable here!”
Eva Böhm, Germany.
Torre di Babele is best for• Wanderlusty travelers
• History lovers
• Ages 22 to 27
Features• Students from over 30 nationalities.
• Max class size: 12 (average 8).
Experiences offered for free
• Themed walking tours.
• In-school viewing of films by representative Italian directors.
• Seminars about Rome and its history, architecture, etc.
• Italian culture seminars, including traditions, cooking, music, and literature.
• Excursions and visits to the city’s glorious parks.
• Sports: soccer and beach volleyball games.
• Weekend excursions to Naples, Pompeii Orvieto, Florence, and the seaside.
• Evenings out to restaurants and bars organized by the school.
• Special guided tours around Rome.