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Italian Language Courses

Considering learning Italian for either pleasure for business reasons? Make sure you can speak the basics of Italian before your next business assignment with your Italian speaking business partners, or taking your next vacation in Italy.

Browse the list of Italian language courses below and complete information requests for any that may be of interest to you.

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The benefits of learning Italian

As a beginner to the Italian language you can easily pick up the basics with a short course. An introduction Italian courses can be as short as a few weeks, while a more advanced Italian course will take a larger commitment of time and effort.

As a mother tongue, Italian is spoken by about 70 million people. You will naturally find native speakers of Italian in Italy, but also in parts of Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia and France. Italian is spoken by an additional 120 to 150 million people as an additional language. While there is a standardised Italian, there are also many regional varieties.

Italian derives from Latin and is taught commonly taught in schools and universities worldwide.

Taking an Italian language course can help your business dealings – helping you deal with your offices in Italy or when dealing with a Italian-speaking business partner.

An Italian language course will not only help your understanding and skills in the language, but will also help your understanding of Italian culture – perfect for when travelling to Italy (or another Italian-speaking region) for your next holiday.

Business Italian

With famous motor vehicle, fashion, food, wine and motor yachts markets, Italy could well be your next business destination. Italy is a famous European country with varying dialects, customs and modes of business. Understanding Italy's complexities is essential for successful business in Italy, especially when coming from another European country where the differences can be subtle but important.

Improve your business opportunities by learning a second language. Having a second language is an invaluable skill to have that can give you a better understanding of and a better link to your clients and their culture. Italy has a long tradition and the Italian language is tightly interwoven with the Italian culture.

Italy borders France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia and also features prominently in the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoying a very high standard of living and a high per capita GDP, it could be the place for you to take your next big step. Take a course in Italian and improve your next sales meeting, strengthen your existing business relationships, or forge new alliances while in Italy; all the while enjoying the predominantly Mediterranean climate.

An international firm can help their employees’ daily tasks in an Italian speaking environment become more productive and effective. Individuals can easily improve their organisational standing and engage their audiences better by taking a Business Italian course. In short, a Business Italian course can take individual careers to the next level as you will improve your employability and ability to manager internationally.

Many of the course providers listed in this section have gained reputations teaching Business Italian to some of the world's leading corporate, public and international organisations.

Italian Culture

Italy is well-known for its long history, famous Roman architecture, the Renaissance, literature, music, science, sport, food and for being a year-round fantastic destination to travel to.

The 14th Century Renaissance began in Italy. The Renaissance movement was a highly influential rebellion of learning based on classical sources, sparking many intellectual revolutions, including in the sciences and religion. However the Renaissance is probably best known for its artistic developments by names such as Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and Botticelli.

Italy's renaissance also was the impetus for gradual but widespread educational reform as part of social and political upheaval and spread during the 15th century, with great speed from its birthplace in Florence throughout Europe, strongly aided by the invention of the printing press.

Legend says that Rome was founded in 753 BC and flourished thereafter by the development of a stable province around the city. Agriculture, industry and handicraft thrived, which allowed the beginnings of a strong export trade, the creation of public infrastructure and public structures. Many of these are still standing and are still awe-inspiring.

Know your own skill level and your own goals

Before taking an Italian language course, consider your proficiency in Italian and your ability and confidence to use Italian in daily or business situations. The other essential consideration before deciding on a Italian course is to know your needs. Take into account the areas you wish to improve in and any specifics. For instance, perhaps you wish to improve your Italian listening comprehension, Italian pronunciation, or telephone skills. Alternatively, perhaps you need greater confidence to use your Italian effectively in business meetings, discussions or even negotiations.

Browse the different Italian course proficiency levels and talk to the course providers about your goals and if they can focus on your professional area, such as banking, finance, law, marketing, sales or travel.

Whatever your needs, you can be confident that the right content in your Italian language course will soon have you meeting your objectives.

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