The Italian Language Courses for Medicine are designed for physicians, general practitioners, interns and University of Medicine students, nurses and paramedics.
Besides subjects of specific interest eventually agreed with the student, the course themes deal with the Italian national health system, basic anatomy, drug types, first aid practices, instructions for the wounded, patients handling, hospital organization and professions.
This course is normally a combination of a Standard Italian language course (20 lessons/week) with two individual focus lessons/day. These are also available as individual instruction and as one-week programme for closed groups. Specialised materials are developed for the programme.
The aim is to help people communicate confidently in an Italian speaking medical environment by teaching the relevant vocabulary and developing the necessary practical language skills.
Italian for Medicine course + 10
30 lessons/week: Standard Course + 10 individual focus lessons per week (1 lesson 45 minutes)
Monday to Friday 8:45-12:00 or 12:30-15:45 (depending on level) + 2 one-to-one classes/day
Study for any duration, from one week
From Pre-intermediate level (CEF B1) through to Advanced level (CEF C2)
Group size: min 4 max 12 students - with a class average of 10
Starting dates: any Monday