Italian Language Courses for Foreigners

Objectives

The University for Foreigners Perugia is the most important Italian University devoted to the diffusion and teaching of Italian Language for foreign people since 1921 and the most famous University in Italy for the teaching of Italian Language to Chinese-speaking students. Every year more than 8.000 international students from more than 100 Countries choose our University to learn Italian.

The courses of Italian language and culture are structured along the lines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and are separated into beginners, intermediate and advanced, each being divided into two levels. Admission to the courses is achieved through the completion of a written and oral test, the results of which will determine at which level the student will enter.

The first two days of the course will be used to welcome students and provide them with an orientation of the university and complete all entry tests. During the summer months (July, August and September) there will also be intensive courses of one month at all levels. These courses have a greater number of hours and a broader curriculum, with classes of up to 20 students. These conditions facilitate more effective learning. Intensive courses are available if there are at least 10 students.

The Italian language and culture courses, as required by the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages, are divided into two levels each Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced course.

Admission requirements

Foreign students

Study Plan

 

Course QCER 3-months Course 1-month Course Intensive Course
        ECTS CREDITS
Beginners
I Level
A1   6 8
Beginners
II Level
A2 20 6 9
Intermediate
I Level
B1 20 6 6
Intermediate
II Level
B2 20 6 8
Advanced
I Level
C1 30 8 10
Advanced
II Level
C2 30 8 10

 

Language

Timetable

Costs

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