Courses are offered from complete beginner's to post-advanced levels and are especially designed to assist students with the acquisition of conversation and reading skills from the very beginning of their course. Italian, French, Romanian and English for Academic Purposes and Cultural Purposes are taught at five levels. Weekly two classes of 90 minutes each will be held from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm. Students can choose the timings of their lessons based on their convenience. Resources are available for all languages via the Self-Access Centre web-pages. Students and staff with a My School ITALY user ID will have access to it and to many other resources, including films and documentaries.
My School ITALY’s Exam Courses are for students of high academic potential who are aiming to gain access to High School and Degree programmes in International universities. Since the education systems in their own countries do not offer qualifications suitable for direct admission, My School Italy prepares them for exams such as GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, and all Cambridge Exams.
Over one academic year, the courses provide an intensive preparation for the academic and linguistic challenges of any top UK, US or Australian degree programme in Engineering, Business, Life Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences and Medicine.
My School ITALY's English for Academic Purposes Courses focus on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in a university environment. Students are prepared for degree level study at UK or US universities by:
All courses are taught through classes, seminars and lectures within the school. Students have monthly individual tutorials (one-to-one sessions with their Personal Tutor) to discuss their academic progress.
Students will have opportunities to attend academic lectures in a student’s degree subject area.
A dedicated My School ITALY's Education Adviser provides guidance on how to apply for UK and US undergraduate and graduate programmes.
Our courses focus on language and skills for academic writing including elements of the academic essay / PhD dissertation. It covers the structures, organisation and language of academic writing, using appropriate conventions and style along with further improvements in English grammar.
Our courses focus on speaking, pronunciation or giving clear, formal presentations with the aim of increasing participants' confidence to take part effectively in an academic environment.
The course teaches techniques that address common areas of difficulty in reading skills for academic study.
The course develops confidence in listening in academic contexts, including lectures and seminars.