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Old Jul 13th 2018, 6:50 pm
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Hello,

I've decided after numerous trips to Italy, that I want to keep going there as much as possible! As such, it would be great to learn the language. I work in academia and have 3 months each summer to travel and explore Italy to my heart's content. I am therefore making plans for next summer and thought that taking a course in Italian while there would be great. Any recommendations? I'd like to take a course at an actual university if possible.

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I would thoroughly recommend Urbino, details for 2018 here

I did three years of this, it's full immersion, with teaching every morning (weekdays only) and then a full range of other activities in the afternoons, evenings and weekends. Admittedly it was over 10 years ago, but then it was top quality and very good value for money.
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I would thoroughly recommend Urbino, details for 2018 here

I did three years of this, it's full immersion, with teaching every morning (weekdays only) and then a full range of other activities in the afternoons, evenings and weekends. Admittedly it was over 10 years ago, but then it was top quality and very good value for money.
Fantastic I will thoroughly check it out. Thanks so much.
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Hello,

I've decided after numerous trips to Italy, that I want to keep going there as much as possible! As such, it would be great to learn the language. I work in academia and have 3 months each summer to travel and explore Italy to my heart's content. I am therefore making plans for next summer and thought that taking a course in Italian while there would be great. Any recommendations? I'd like to take a course at an actual university if possible.

TIA.

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Perugia, maybe ?
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Thanks so much. I'll check it out
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