The Italian language courses organized at CLA (University Linguistic Center) are intended for students in international mobility (Erasmus, Erasmus Plus, Erasmus Mundus and Cultural Agreements).
Levels A1 and A2 are online, in self-study assisted by a teacher.
For A1 level students CLA offers an A1 online course specially addressed to totally beginners.
September and February course
Duration: 1 month
Final test: online
The course will be open some weeks before the starting date for students interested in self-learning, with the assistance of tutor/teacher only during the months September and February.
The course will be online until the end of each semester.
Extra conversation and writing ONLINE dates will be communicated during the course.
These extra meetings are not compulsory but it might help those of you who want to continue learning Italian at CLA in the next semester.
If you pass the A1 online test you will be automatically enrolled in the A2 level (elementary). The A1 final test doesn’t give any credits.
For general information about the language tests at CLA go to Informazioni generali - CLA (unipg.it).
It is not required that you come to our placement test to put you in one of ours extensive A2 level Italian class.
DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH
and if you already have it also "CODICE FISCALE" (it's a code of numbers and letters you get as soon as you arrive to Italy and get enrolled at UNIPG).
Welcome to CLA!
INTENSIVE COURSES OF ITALIAN - SEPTEMBER AND FEBRUARY
Intensive Italian language courses are held in September and February, from Monday to Friday, reserved for newly arrived students in Perugia.
I AND II SEMESTER ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES AND WORKSHOPS
In the first semester (from October to December) and in the second semester (from March to May) there are extensive courses and specific Italian language workshops, once/twice a week.
The language courses, preparatory to the attendance of the lessons that take place in the departments, have a total duration of 50 hours of lessons: 35 hours of online lessons, and 15 hours of online self-study.
The courses aim to respond to the linguistic, communicative and motivational needs of students, proposing activities and materials that help develop the four language skills: understanding, speaking, reading and writing. At the end of all Italian language courses, final tests are administered in order to verify and evaluate the achievement of the objectives set by the CEFR - Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.As part of the language courses, whenever possible, educational activities are also provided in the Umbrian territory to discover and deepen the knowledge about Umbria and its culture, art, history and typical local business.