How about learning a new language and broadening even more your horizons? SEDA Languages runs Italian courses in Dublin. Are you Interested? Find out more here!
The duration of the course is 10 weeks and students will be able to develop the essential skills for learning a new language: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
The course will be available from level A1.1 (Beginners) to B2.2 (Upper Intermediate), and students will take an online placement test (check here) and a speaking test to set their level.
Classes take place on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Classes will be taught in Italian and the course will be held at SEDA College, located in the heart of Dublin (68-72 Capel Street, D1).
In addition to the large curriculum, extra activities such as conversation, pronunciation and writing classes will also be available. At the end of the course, students will receive a diploma issued by SEDA Languages.
REASONS TO LEARN ITALIAN
Italian is the official language of Italy and Switzerland, and it’s also spoken in Slovenia, parts of Croatia, as well as in Vatican City and in San Marino. Italian is not only one of the main languages of the European Union and the United Nations, but also the language of arts, music, and gastronomy. However, if you are still not sure about learning the language, here are some more reasons:
Registration and Benefits
The Italian course fee is € 160, and payment can be made in person at SEDA College or online. For more information you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, all SEDA Languages students receive free three-month access to the SEDA College online language platform, which offers Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, and more. Learn more about it by clicking here.
Apply now and start learning a new language with the quality of SEDA Languages!