These courses take place twice a week for 2 ACADEMIC hours (of fifty minutes each), for a total of 36 hours. The cost of the course is € 295.
For students enrolled at the University of Bologna through an exchange program (Socrates-Erasmus, Leonardo, American Universities) there will be a discount:
€ 210 FOR 50 HOURS (36 COURSE HOURS PLUS 14 SEMINAR HOURS)
These courses take place five times a week for 3 academic hours (of fifty minutes each) for a total of 45 hours. The cost of course, which lasts three weeks, is € 325.
There are packages of individuals hours, which can be used according to the availability of the student between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m.
There are packages of Business Italian lessons, designed for business executives. Lessons include the reading of economic journals and conversation targeted for business.
These seminars offer students a wide survey of Italian culture. Artistic, literary, historical, political and fashion seminars will be offered. They are aimed at students with various levels of Italian. A more advanced understanding of Italian is preferred for the seminars “History of Italian Cinema” and “History of Clothing and Fashion”.
A look at contemporary Italy from a political, social and cultural point of view. A broad introduction including reading and viewing of authentic materials. The course is designed for people who, having just arrived in Italy, want to have a better and broader idea of current events. The course, which lasts for 16 hours (of sixty minutes), costs € 120.
This course looks at different arguments dealing with art history It is designed for people who are passionate about art history and for those who intend to study art history. The course, which lasts for 16 hours (of sixty minutes each) costs € 120.
This course deals with the history of art in Italy from the 14th to the 17th centuries: some paintings, sculptures, and architecture will be examined first, with a quick journey through the most significant periods of Italian art with a particular emphasis on the art of Emilia-Romagna. The course, which lasts for 16 hours (of sixty minutes each) plus 2 guided tours with the instructor, costs € 150. (Entrance fees for museums and shows are not included).
This course goes over the history of Bologna, from the Etruscan Felsina to the libero comune and the birth of the Studium, the first of the major European Universities, and across the centuries of splendor and decadence up until the annexation to Italy in 1860. The course lasts for 16 hours (of sixty minutes each) and costs € 120.
The course begins with the viewing of a few Italian films which introduce the most important directors and actors in Italian cinema. The course is divided into two parts: one part dealings with a general history of Italian cinema, the other part dealing with topics of particular interest with speakers who are highly specialized in their field. The course lasts for 20 hours (of sixty minutes each) and costs € 150.
This course takes a look at the culture of material and cloth in order to understand the aesthetic choices at the base of contemporary fashion. The course is divided into two parts: one part dealings with a general culture of clothing, and a monographic part dealing with topics of special interest with highly specialized speakers. The course lasts for 20 hours (of sixty minutes each) and costs € 150.
For all courses a € 25 enrollment fee to the school is added.