Italian

Italian

We offer a range of non-examined day-time and evening Italian courses to suit all abilities. Whether you are looking to learn the basics for a holiday or improve your conversational Italian, we can help! 

Semester 1 classes start in September and normally run for 20 weeks. On completion students have the option to continue on to our Semester 2 classes. 

Please note that if enrolments for a course are low, classes might be reduced in length/duration to avoid cancellation of the course.

Courses on Offer

The following courses are currently available:

Course
Italian Advanced Find Out More
Italian Year 1 Find Out More
Italian Year 2 Find Out More
Italian Year 3 Find Out More
Italian Year 4 Find Out More
Italian Year 5 Find Out More
Italian Year 6 Find Out More

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

The CEFR is an international standard for describing language ability. It describes language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners, up to C2 for those who have mastered a language.

For complete beginners, these classes take you through the basics of the language and related cultures. For learners with several years previous knowledge. Focus is on the use of present, past and future tenses in everyday conversations. For confident speakers who want to practise as they expand their knowledge of relevant local culture, media and lifestyle.
Year 1

A1 CEFR

Year 2

A1/A2 CEFR

Year 3

A2/B1 CEFR

Year 4

B1 CEFR

Year 5

B1/B2 CEFR

Year 6

B2 CEFR

Intermediate

B2/C1 CEFR

Advanced

C1 CEFR

For learners with a basic knowledge of present tense, these classes aim to expand vocabulary, grammar and general knowledge. For learners who have been studying for a while and want to build on previous knowledge, expand their vocabulary and learn to use all tenses, including the subjunctive.