Enrollments for STANDARD ITALIAN COURSES are open.
The new session will start on May 9 and end between June 22 and 29, 2023.

It is also possible to enroll in the following courses:

And request the availability of one of our teachers for individual lessons or for small groups at all levels:

How to enroll in a course?

To enroll in one of our courses you need to be registered on this site. Registering will allow you to purchase our courses and individual lessons, and take our entrance or end-of-course tests.
Once you purchase a course, you will automatically be enrolled in it.
To register, please fill in the REGISTRATION FORM

What to expect after submitting the form?

We will create an account for you and you will receive an automatic email with your username and password.

If you have chosen to enroll in a Standard Italian course and you are an absolute beginner, you can immediately purchase an A1a (one-weekly) or A1ab (twice-weekly) level course.
If you had previously studied Italian, you will receive an email with the link to the placement test.

If you have chosen to enroll in a Special Italian Course, you can immediately purchase the course/lesson.
Note that these are courses that require a minimum knowledge of Italian equal to at least a B2 level.

If you request individual lessons, you will be contacted as soon as we have the availability of one of our teachers. An entrance test is required for those who have already studied Italian.

For CILS courses and exams, consult CILS courses and exams.

In all other cases or for more information, write to: corsi.iicpraga@esteri.it
We do our best to get back to you within 48 hours.

Payment for the course is only possible by bank transfer.
Payment data is sent automatically when ordering.
Please use your order number as your identification number.

Placement test

The placement test is provided for those who have already studied Italian and want to attend one of our Standard Italian courses or require individual lessons.

The placement test consists of (1) a written part, which takes place online and tests knowledge of grammar and vocabulary, and (2) an oral interview.

Access to the written part will be possible when enrollments open.

For individual lessons, the link to the test will be sent via email.