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Nestled in the southern foothills of the Alps, Lugano is an idyllic spot to learn Italian in Switzerland. A picturesque town of cobbled streets and cafes, set on a magnificent lake, Lugano offers the visitor a wealth of experiences.
Our LSI partner school is located right in the heart of Lugano, around 300m from the lake on one side and the university on the other, and close to shops and cafes. Whichever of our Italian courses and programmes you choose, you will benefit from excellent facilities, including free internet access and highly experienced teachers.
Courses start every Monday and include:
-20 lessons per week.
- Duration of lessons: 55 minutes.
- Minimum age for admission: 16 years.
One to one course, where teacher and student will negotiate the programme together, including:
-20/30/40 lessons per week
- 55-minute lessons
- All levels The course programme depends on professional, academic or personal requirements.
Living with an Italian family is an integral part of the language learning experience for the students and also gives them the opportunity to practice the language outside of school.
Our homestay accommodation consists of young or older couples, either with or without children, single parent families and people living alone. Hotel
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