The School of Italian Language and Culture is a Special Teaching Structure of the University of Catania founded in 2016, on a proposal of the Department of Humanities, to promote the historical and advanced knowledge of Italian Language and Culture for foreign students and workers.
- The courses of Italian language held by the School in two semesters (October-February and March-June) are structured along the lines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and are separated into beginners, intermediate, and advanced.
- To study Italian Language and Culture in Catania means to live a unique experience in one of the most beautiful cities in Sicily.
Catania is a multifaceted city. Embedded between Mount Etna and the clear sea, Catania is a city of art rich traces of the Greek and Roman culture and the starting point for Baroque routes. It is famous for the kindness of its inhabitants and for its bright and lively nightlife. It is just the right place to combine learning and having fun.