CENTRO STUDI ITALIANI is the original school of Italian language and culture in the Marche region. We are an Italian school in Italy, located in Urbania, a typical Italian town near the Adriatic coast. Our first Italian language classes were held in 1986 with our original teaching methods that, still today, make them unique in their kind.
Since its foundation, over 10,000 students coming from over 120 different countries throughout the world have chosen our school of Italian language. Over 70% of our students come to our school to learn Italian in Italy based off of the recommendations of our past students.
At the school, there is a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where students can learn the Italian language quickly and can immediately put into practise what they have learnt by mixing with friendly locals.
Our Italian school is officially recognised by many foreign and Italian universities. As a result, Centro Studi Italiani is constantly increasing its collaboration with well-known universities and conservatories throughout the world.
OUR UNIVERSITY PARTNERS
Centro Studi Italiani has special agreements with the following Italian universities, Academies of Fine Arts and music conservatories:
Thanks to these special agreements, students who have studied at our school and have reached the level of Italian required by the university do not have to take the university’s Italian language entrance test.
OUR OFFICIAL RECOGNITIONS
Centro Studi Italiani is an education center accredited by the Marche Region D.G.R. N° 62 of 17/01/2001 and D.G.R. N° 2164 of 18/09/2001. Centro Studi Italiani is also officially recognised by the Marche Region.
Centro Studi Opera Festival is officially recognised by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs and by the Province of Pesaro and Urbino.
Since its foundation, Centro Studi Italiani was included in the Italian Government’s Foreign Office’s annual publication of “Courses in Italian Language and Culture for foreigners in Italy”.
Centro Studi Italiani is also an authorised center where foreign students who have been awarded scholarships by the Italian Government can attend a course in Italian language and culture.