The Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is located in a typical aristocratic house in the centre of the Old City and only a short distance from the Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona.Put Scuola Leonardo da Vinci Roma and other Rome attractions into our Rome trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
The Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is situated in the centre of Rome, in the pedestrian area, halfway from the astounding Piazza Navona, Castel S. Angelo and St. Peter Basilica. This area, typically Roman, abounds with charming cafes, shops, boutiques, libraries and a vibrancy found nowhere else in the city.
The school is located in an attractive, elegant typical aristocratic building, where the decoration has some kinds of luxurious touches, with 13 spacious classrooms, full of light, a common room with vending machines, a computer room with free Internet access, a video room, a conference room with capacity, lift, wheelchair accessible and central heating. It is one of the largest schools in Rome.
The office of Scuola Leonardo Italian Language School in Rome is open 10 hours a day (from 8 a.m to 6 p.m, Monday to Friday) , so that you can come whenever you want. You will find our staff ready to help you and solve your problems. A public phone is also available to our students.
All the classes at the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci Italian Language School in Rome are held in nice rooms with large windows and excellent lighting. Inside the classrooms you sit on spacious chairs and there is enough space for a maximum of 12 students per class. The teachers count with different media, such as videotapes, projectors, CD players that allow us to give the students efficient, dynamic and interesting italian classes.
Many people visit us every day making Scuola Leonardo da Vinci a meeting point for the international community in Rome. We have students from more than 90 different countries (45% from Europe, 35 % from America, 10 % from Asia and the remaining 10 % from other countries).
More details about our language school in Rome: http://www.scuolaleonardo.com/Rome-italian-language-school.html
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These are personal views of a 76 year old, retired, well travelled, healthy, reasonably wealthy and curious. I have quite good French and German, did Latin and Greek at school, and had a successful... more »
I moved to Rome in September 2018, and I needed to have italian classes. After some research I chose this school and it was a very good decision and option for me! The staff is amazing and the... more »
Scuola Leonardo DaVinci is a leader in Italian language education. I have followed the program for over twenty-five years, and as a professor teaching for nearly forty years in the Department of Art and Architecture at an American liberal artscollege, we have sent students to Rome every year for several decades. Studying Italian language is central to the curriculum of our study abroad program in Rome, and Scuola Leonardo’s innovative and comprehensive approach has students’ speaking/using the language in rudimentary ways after just several weeks, and, within a relatively brief timeframe, in ever more sophisticated ways. But the trick is to get over the fear of using the language on the street, and then, with practice comes confidence, and the language flows more easily. As an example of the Scuola’s success, I recently accompanied one of our students to the hospital after he sustained an injury requiring an X-ray. The doctor spoke fluent English, but the student discussed the circumstances and his symptoms in Italian! I was impressed and proud, as he did quite well. This is a testament to Scuola Leonardo DaVinci! I strongly recommend this program whose instructors are kind and personable, the staff competent and very friendly, and with wonderful students from around the globe, including many from American universities, coming to Rome for Italian culture and language. A. E. Ted Aub, Prof. of Art and Architecture Hobart and William Smith Colleges Geneva, NY 14456
Do not do IMAT PREP COURSE in my opinion it was too much money and its not enough for the imat , i regret doing it because i feel all of the resources i was capable of doing it myself online sitting in my home selfstudy and i felt the course never helped much at all ...
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