If you’re doing an ERASMUS year in Italy or you need to establish working relationships, come and learn Italian with us.

Italian is one of the official languages of the European Union.It is spoken in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, The Vatican, Maltaand in a few places in Croatia and Slovenia.

There are approximately 125 million Italian native speakers. Therefore, learning Italian can be of great advantage when making new friends, getting to know a new culture and, above all, establishing business relationships and negotiating contracts.

Elduaien’s methodology is innovative and this guarantees the quality teaching necessary to obtain an official certificate as well as comprehensive training in all aspects of the language.

The characteristics that make our courses successful are detailed below:

  • Individualised learning approaches
  • A methodology which is adapted according to the student’s needs. 
  • Dynamic teachers with wide experience.
  • Close monitoring of the student´s progress and continuous assessment.
  • A wide variety of teaching and learning resources.
  • New technologies applied in all classrooms.

Learner courses for children (from 6 to 12 years of age)

For this age group we base ourselves on collaborative work and learning through discovery with a wide variety of activities.  

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Courses for adolescents (from 13 to 18 years of age)

The Elduaien methodology includes the use of up-to-date educational resources for language teaching, which makes it easier for adolescents to identify with all types of situations and helps them to communicate in the language with much greater confidence.    

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Courses for adults (18 years of age and over)

These courses are aimed at adults who wish to obtain an official certificate, have more opportunities in the world of work, complete temporary periods of study with the ERASMUS programme, benefit from continuous language learning or simply learn a language and improve in it.  

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Italian certificates

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