Your study stay in Italy

Study stay in Italy for teenagers and adults, individuals or groups. From 490€ for a 2-week course and accommodation

A study stay in Italy is a great experience for all ages, allowing you to put together an intensive Italian study program, fun and encounters with people sharing the love for Italy… and much more.

There are several reason to learn or improve Italian in Italy: for studying, working or simply out of passion... So, why not study Italian in Sicily and enjoy a vacation by the sea? Scuola Virgilio’s intensive Italian courses enable fast progression in your language learning while discovering Sicily and experiencing its lifestyle.

How to choose an Italian school in Italy? Some people prefer bigger cities for their services, infrastructure, free time activities, etc. Others look for towns of art on a human scale or a seaside village. Well, Trapani in Sicily, is an ideal destination for an Italian study holiday in Italy because it is indeed all these things together: a modern city with a lovely historical centre but also a seaside town with lots of beaches!

Since 2006 Scuola Virgilio has successfully arranged intensive Italian study programs in Trapani, Sicily, offering: professional teaching in a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere, cultural and leisure activities, selected accommodations close to the sea and all the information to help its students make the most of their stay.

Here is how a typical week of Italian study stay by the sea unfolds in Trapani:

- From Monday to Friday morning there are the intensive Italian courses at Scuola Virgilio; for those who love sports, before class there’s enough time to go swimming or running along the seafront;
- On weekday afternoons, those who wish can attend Italian private lessons at school or even outdoors; many students go to the beach in Trapani, others decide to visit a seaside locality or an art city near Trapani, taking part in the excursions near Trapani individully or as a group.
- In the evening, before dinner, students often join free visits and activities in Trapani, such as the guided visit through the oldtown on Mondays, the Italian conversation in a cafe on Tuesdays, or paid activities, such as a Sicilian cooking class;
- at the weekend, there is time for a boat trip to the Egadi Islands, or to visit other places in Sicily, possibly spending one or two nights elsewhere.


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Dicono di noi...

Il y a un très bon équilibre entre les cours, qui sont intensifs mais avec beaucoup de joie, d’échanges, de possibilité de rire ensemble... et à coté de cela des gens formidables, qu’on a envie de rencontrer, de voir et de revoir. En plus Trapani est très jolie, il fait bon y vivre... et la mer est magnifique!
Véronique, Paris, France