Italian language school in Milan, Italy
Learning Italian with us means learning Italian in one of the most modern and up-to-date schools in Italy. We have been offering language courses for more than three decades, and specialize in teaching Italian as a foreign language. We offer courses for all levels and needs, even for children. We use the humanistic method; students learn our language through local culture, in a relaxed and customized atmosphere.
Our main goal is to build together a discovery of the Italian language and culture, and of course the city of Milan. The classes are also characterized by free activities designed for our students. We provide seminars on language, writing and Italian culture, as well as guided tours and group activities. In addition, we are an examination center; you will have the possibility to take CILS or CELI certifications.
All our teachers are native and highly qualified. We use the humanist-affective method, focusing the attention on the student’s history, skills and expectations. We create our own materials based on each student’s particular goals and needs. The person is the center of our courses.
We encourage our students to take an active part in this project; we encourage the meeting of language lovers from around the world. Our services include assistance for non-European students to receive visas and permits for long stays, an accommodation search service, and the possibility to design a customized course. We collaborate with certified quality companies to offer the best services.
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Your accommodation in Milan
We provide accommodations chosen from a selection of apartments in Milan. All are well connected to the metro and other modes of public transport and a maximum of 30 minutes travel time from the school. The choices are single rooms, double rooms or studio apartments. Upon request, we can also provide a list of rooms in B&B’s, hotels and host-family residences.
Please feel free to contact us for more details!
Activities and Excursions
Every month Il Centro organizes extracurricular activities for its students as opportunities to improve their knowledge of culture and the Italian language while having fun! Examples of these activities are: aperitifs, cooking lessons, Italian music performances, film screenings, guided visits of Milan and more.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more details!
Loving Milan, Italy
Why study Italian in Milan?
Milan is famous all over the world for its culture, history, design, fashion and football. It is located in Lombardy, a region in northern Italy. The city is the economic capital of the country and of fashion. It is also home to one of the most important football derbies in Europe. Milan is the perfect city to learn Italian! You will have conversations in a bar during the famous Happy Hour, as you walk along its scenic streets, and as you discover historical monuments in the city center.
Address: Via Ponte Vetero, nº 21 - 20121 Milano, Italia
Nearest Airports: Milan Malpensa, Linate, Orio al Serio (BG)
Bus Lines: Bus 61 | 57 Tram 1| 2| 12 | 14 | 27 | 4 | 3
Train Stations: Centrale, Garibaldi
Underground: MM1 Duomo, Cairoli, MM2 Lanza, MM3 Montenapoleone
Nearest Parkings: Via Brera
TANDEM language exchange ®
Number of Classrooms: 7
Video | Audio Loan
Access for the handicapped
Partnerships and Certifications
City hopping with TANDEM International
We offer combined Italian courses in different locations. You can start your Italian course in Il Centro, Milan, and continue in one of our partner schools in Florence, Rome, Venice and Trieste.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our discounts for combined courses!
Going to Italy is like a feast for all five senses. It has a rich history of famous artists, actors, and explorers, and it is an expressive culture with deep familial and ancient roots.
Millions of people travel to Italy just to hear one of the most beautiful languages ever spoken. Though Italian is considered a Romance language due to its ties to the Roman Empire, many people consider Italian a romantic language for other reasons.