For students interested in improving their Italian and experiencing deeper cultural immersion, all level Italian classes are offered at the Italian Government -Accredited Istituto Europeo.
Study vocal or instrumental music in Florence, the birthplace of opera and one of Italy’s most important cultural centers as the capital of the region of Tuscany.
Florence is an art-lover’s paradise – View world-renowned masterpieces in museums, experience the breathtaking magnificence of the cafes, and architectural wonders of this Renaissance city.
The teaching method of the Italian language course, based on the most innovative concepts of language instruction, gives students the opportunity to live the language on all levels and learn its spoken and written usage. Attention is placed both on the correct use of grammar and syntax as well as on the use of everyday language. A wide array of teaching materials and audiovisual aids are available to the students and are constantly updated, to better foster this purpose. The teachers are all highly qualified professionals, with teaching degrees, specialized in teaching Italian to foreigners. The classes are small, usually 8 to 9 students, with a maximum class size of 12 students. This guarantees that our students will have excellent assistance and full attention from their teachers. Our philosophy is to make learning fun, so that you can study both the Italian language and culture in depth, in a friendly and enjoyable environment.
Musical excellence is part of the very identity of Florence, from the historical influences of Paganini to the hundreds of opera singers, orchestras, and choirs that flourish today. Take small classes and private lessons, enjoy intensive and fun music courses with European and American Faculty-Led Summer Program in Florence. Through participating in an immersive international music program you will have the opportunity to see first-hand what music means to others. Attend one of the abundant opera and instrumental concerts throughout the city and enjoy the legacy of Italian music. Whether your interest is studying music for fun or studying professionally, will have you covered. Lessons take place at the Institute Europeo.
View world-renowned masterpieces in museums such as the Uffizi Gallery, the glorious David by Michelangelo at the Galleria dell’Accademia, or visit the Pitti Palace, and Palazzo Vecchio. History is alive everywhere you look, from Giotto’s Campanile and The Duomo to the Baptistery of St. John. Around every corner of this enchanting city, you will be able to discover Italian culture at its finest. Visit the most photographed bridge in Florence, Ponte Vecchio. Florence is also home to some of the biggest churches in Italy, including the famous Duomo of Florence, San Lorenzo, Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce. Choose one of our Arts & Humanities courses: Architecture & Art History & Renaissance Culture & Society; Fine Arts courses: Florence & Me 2016 (A Photography Diary) & Drawing & Painting; Enrichment courses: Italian Cuisine & Italian Wines.