Dilit Italian School

Rome for 30-40 Year-Olds

Those who choose this programme deserve all our attention. All the activities are designed to create the right balance between language, art, culture, leisure and fun, so as to make the experience different and unforgettable.

The programme is run two times a year, lasts 2 weeks and is open to people between 30 and 40 years old.

On top of the 40 language lessons in morning classes with students of all ages but at the same level, the programme includes the following activities:

  • Welcome and orientation meeting;
  • Half-day excursion to CastellI Romani including a wine-tasting and dinner;
  • A cooking lesson including dinner;
  • A lesson on Italian wines;
  • Two guided visits around Rome;
  • Two seminars on the History of Art;
  • Two cocktail parties;
  • A dinner in the historical centre

All the activities take place in Italian and are guided and/or accompanied by teachers of Italian well versed in Archaeology and History of Art.

Course information:

Minimum age: 30

Group size: 5-14

Levels: A1+

N°. of weeks: 2

Lessons per week: 20

Starting dates: 11th September, 2023; 3rd June, 9th September 2024
Course book (mandatory) to be paid at school: € 18.

Course Timetable:

From Monday to Friday; 09.00-12.20 (with 20 minutes break)
+ Afternoons; the timetable of the Cultural activities will be provided on the first day.

Course fees

Course fee includes:

Tuition, cultural programme and all materials except course book.

Enrolment fee:

€ 85. Payable once only, on enrolment; valid for all courses and programmes for 12 months. Enrolment fee includes all reception services (accommodation placement, certificates, etc.), use of school facilities, insurance for all activities organized by the school, seminars and social activities ( except dinners, concerts, operas, visits and excursions).

Course Fee:

€ 1,180

Test your level

This course requires a specific minimum language level. If you have doubts or if you want to know your level you can do a test online here.

Would you like to enrol?