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Italian (Diploma)

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: NUI Galway - Adult Education
Fee: 950 per year EU
Duration: 2 yrs part time
Time: 6.30 - 9.30 pm, 1 night per week
Course Locations: Galway City

Course Details

The Diploma in Italian introduces students to the basic elements of the Italian language. This courses aims to equip students with an adequate level of language for situations encountered in the everyday contemporary environment.

The course is designed to develop the four main language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. It also introduces students to aspects of con-temporary Italian culture; offering lectures on a variety of topics from different regions in Italy to wine tasting sessions. This is a 2 year part time programme. Classes are held one evening per week..

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