Italian language courses
Our institute will accommodate foreign students who enrol in our Italian language course (100 hours). They will have a full immersion experience, both for language and culture, in order to access the global world of work
Italian language: Advanced level
Nowadays, Italian language is one of the most popular studied languages in the world because it is related to the literature, music, cuisine, fashion industry, art, etc.. Even though the political and economic importance of other languages, the number of people who study Italian is increasing more and more. The most common reasons are: cultural enrichment, tourism, work and study exigencies. ICOTEA provides the Italian language course - Advanced Level - 500 hours. The main aim of this course is to acquire linguistic, communication and cultural skills.
Italian language: Beginner level
People travel more and more. Even in our country, the migration phenomenon is increasing. Distance Learning guarantees this spread. ICOTEA offers the Italian language course - Beginner Level - 500 hours, in order to allow to foreign people to use Italian in daily life. Learning a language is fundamental for the integration in public and private contexts. Italian language course (Beginner Level - 500 hours) lets you acquire and improve linguistic-communication skills and cultural competences required for the integration into the society and employment.
Teaching Italian to Foreign people L2
The Master “Teaching Italian to foreign people L2” aims to acquire all necessary competences in a considerable public interest. It gives to the student all instruments required to realise educational projects concerning Italian language L2 in cooperation with institutions, cooperatives, public and private associations in Italy and abroad. “Teaching Italian to foreign people L2” is a training programme aimed to train specialised personnel in teaching Italian in Italy and abroad, considering the different types of target: adults, teenagers and immigrated children, Italian communities abroad, students in mobility. People need a specific training to cope with the growing presence of foreign people in our country. This training don’t concern only teachers, but even linguistic and cultural mediators. The training has to include linguistic, communication and intercultural aspects.