Learn Italian with these online Courses

Learn Italian: Online Italian Courses

Master the Italian language with one of these Italian online courses

If you still haven’t mastered Italian, this is a great time to do so. There are many Italian language schools in Rome that are now offering online Italian classes. From group and individual courses for beginners or advanced speakers, here’s our selection of the best Italian language schools offering lessons through Zoom or Skype.


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Intensify your Italian skills with a full immersion course, individual lessons or intensive group courses. Italiaidea offers a wide variety of options.

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Scuola Leonardo

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Take advantage of this time stuck at home to enroll in one of Scuola Leonardo’s courses. From weeklong online intensive courses to private and group lessons, there’s a lot to choose from.

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Dilit Italian Language School in Rome

Take individual, group or combined Italian language courses at Dilit. All levels are available, from absolute beginners to advanced speakers.

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Kappa Language School

Italian Language School for Foreigners Roma

From standard to evening and conversation courses, enroll in Kappa Language School’s Italian lessons to master Italian.

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Learn Italian: Online Italian Courses

Learn how to speak Italian from top-rated Italian language teachers. Whether you want to learn conversational Italian for a new job, or get ready for a trip to an Italian-speaking country, Udemy has a course to help you develop your Italian proficiency.

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Babbel App

Learn Italian: Online Italian Courses

Learn Italian online with Babbel’s award-winning interactive Italian online courses. You’ll make fast progress and have fun doing it.

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