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Complete Preparatory Courses for the CILS and CELI Exams

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The CILS exams, run by the Siena University for Foreigners, are held in June and December at accredited institutions both in Italy and abroad, while the CELI exams, run by the Perugia University for Foreigners, are held in three yearly sessions (in spring, summer and autumn). The relevant preparatory courses are organized during the months prior to the exams themselves, and are entrusted to teachers who are qualified CELI or CILS examiners. The courses focus on exam simulation and are organized according to the individual, semi-individual and mini-group formulas, with the aim of maximizing effectiveness and in order to provide the best possible service to our students.

Find out more about completing preparatory courses for the CILS and CELI Exams in Perugia by looking at our website.

Locations
Europe › Italy › Turin
Degree Level
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Timeframe
Academic Year
Fall
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Year Round
Accommodation
Apartment
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Language
Italian
Steps
Online Application
Age Requirement
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Cost
Learning materials included in the registration fee.
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About The Provider

CiaoItaly specialises in the teaching of the Italian language and culture to foreign students, and it has been certified according to ASILS, AIL and Eduitalia parameters for the design and provision of such services. The school has been acknowledged as a centre for Bildungsurlaub courses and it recognised by the CSN Lund-Sweden (National Swedish Student Assistance). CiaoItaly offers its students not only courses in Italian language and culture, but it also provides free intermediation services to help students find accommodation, as well as guided tours, recreational activities and food and wine workshops aimed at helping them settle into city life.

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