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Learning Italian in Florence with caffè e giornale!

The British Institute of Florence is a University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Platinum Centre.

For the design and provision of language and history or art courses.

Learning Centre

Italian language courses

Learn Italian at the British Institute of Florence. We aim to get you speaking and thinking in Italian: you will be immersed in the Italian language from the very first day.

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A2 overview course

Intensive Italian course to help prepare students for the A2 Italian language exam

AS overview course

Intensive Italian course to help prepare students for the AS Italian language exam

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History of art courses

Study History of Art on-site and in context through our month-long courses on renaissance art, or shorter courses on a theme.

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Fine art courses

We offer Life & Cast Drawing with the Charles Cecil Studios.

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Study abroad

We offer a number of study abroad programmes in collaboration with our partner institutions.

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English language courses

We offer English language courses at all levels, as well as business English and preparation courses for the Cambridge English Language Assessment exams. We also offer intensive summer courses.

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Exams

The British Institute of Florence is the principal authorised centre for the Cambridge University ESOL exams in Tuscany.

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Exam preparation courses

Preparation courses for Cambridge ESOL exams

IELTS International English Language Testing System

Preparation courses for Cambridge ESOL exams

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Cultural Centre

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Lecture in Italian: Philippe Daverio

Introduzione nei misteri delle cose note

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Film: MOULIN ROUGE!

by Baz Luhrman, 2001 musical

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Lecture: Francesco Morena

Explorer and painter: Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1865-1924)

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Lecture in Italian: Domenico Taddei

Firenze Capitale: un'occasione mancata per trasmettere una grande città murata medievale