The interest for the Italian language in the world is growing: today, it is the fourth most studied foreign language in the world. Why, then, studying Italian?
Italian is a language of culture
To speak Italian means having access to an artistic and literary heritage of fundamental importance for the history of Europe, to valuable humanistic and scientific texts, to theater, music, opera, film and Italian television productions, to the creations of modernity.
Italian is a language for studying
There are many students who each year decide to attend our schools, our universities, our academies and our libraries. An increasing number of young students and bright researchers from around the world choose our system of learning excellence creating strong ties between Italy and their country of origin.
Italian is a language for working
Entrepreneurs, business people, investors, professionals and workers in every field come into contact with Italy’s manufacturing, artisan, and service industries.