Italian language


Our Italian language and culture courses are delivered at all levels of the Common European Framework (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) and can be of different intensity and duration, to match our students’ requirements.

Intensive group courses start every Monday, except for absolute beginners. In this case courses start on the first Monday of every month. One-to-one and small-group courses are more flexible. Every week the school offers a varied programme of free recreational activities for students (but please note that entry tickets to museums and public transport must be paid for): conversation and pronunciation workshops, guided visits to the main city monuments, film club. For an additional fee, the school can also organise food and wine tastingss, cookery courses, aperitifs and special dinners. Discounts are available to university students, upon presentation of their registration documents. Members of the IWCT are also entitled to discounts by showing their membership card. The school can arrange in-company courses and is available to discussthis option.

Intensive Group-courses

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Extensive courses

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Two-to-One courses

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One-to-One courses

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Courses for Speakers of Asian Languages

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Courses for children

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Courses for teenagers

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Summer courses

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In-company courses

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Skype courses

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Preparatory courses for the CILS, CELI, PLIDA and AIL examinations

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How do I apply for a study visa? Read more


What examinations can be taken at CiaoItaly? Read more

Scholarships and bursaries

How do I apply for one of those? Read more

Group courses

When do beginners’ courses start? Read more

About us

  • sheIt's the cheerful, friendly atmosphere that I like. A warm welcome - and by name! Everytime! It’s what helps to make me feel a part of the school and not just another number in the cash register!

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  • I arrived in Torino in September 2009. Not my first time in this gem of a city. Had spent several months there previously, but never found the energy to take formal Italian lessons.

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Special courses

Cultural courses
You cannot learn Italian in Turin without getting to know the city, which as Italy’s first capital has played an important role in the country’s history. Read more
Courses for Large groups
Ciao Italy can accommodate large groups of students. Read more
Turin Spotlight
Discover Turin in the company of a specialised tourist guide selected by CiaoItaly. Read more


Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Torino