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Scuola Leonardo da Vinci - Firenze

Website - Video - BrochureVia Bufalini, 3 - 50122 Florence (FI) - Phone +39 055 261181 - Fax +39 055 294820

1 lesson: 45 minutes
Maximum students per class: 12
Books and/or didactic materials: free
Level test: first day
Registration fee: 70 €
Wi-Fi: No

The Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is situated in a beautiful historical building with a magnificent view of the Cathedral. Located in the heart of downtown Florence, you may reach the most famous sights in a few minutes' walk.

Our Italian Language School in Florence occupies an entire 3 floor building and has 18 spacious and luminous classrooms. The ground floor is dedicated to the recreational area where you can read the newspapers, have a coffee with your fellow students or do your homework. At the first floor you can find the classrooms, the secretary office, the multimedia classroom and the free internet point.


  • Founded in 1977, we have years of experience and specialise in teaching Italian in Italy
  • School located in the city center
  • Officially authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education
  • Our Italian School in Florence has obtained the International quality assurance Certificate ISO 9001:2000, as a quality school of Italian language for foreigners, and has regular inspections to ensure that high standards are maintained
  • Officially recognized by the department of Education of Tuscany Region
  • Free Internet access for our students
  • Equipped for handicapped students
  • Friendly and helpful staff that give personal attention to each student
  • Professional and young teachers all of whom have studied at the University level and who have been specially trained in teaching Italian to foreigners
  • Italian at every level, all year round
  • Small study groups
  • After 1, 3 or 6 months the AIL-exam "Firenze" (Accademia Italiana di Lingua) DELI A2/DILI B1/DILC B1/DILI B2/DALI C1/DALC C1 can be taken
  • A whole range of activities offered for students to gain insight into the Italian culture
  • Variety of students from over 50 countries study at our Scuola Leonardo da Vinci school

School Association membership

  • AIL - Accademia Italiana di Lingua (Diplomas «Firenze»)
  • ASILS - Association of language schools of Italian as a foreign language
  • ELITE - European Federation of Associations for Teaching Mother Tongues
  • FIYTO - Federation of International Youth Travel Orgaisations
  • ALTO - Association of Language Travel Organisations

Recognised certificates

  • Diploma "Firenze" DELI A2 - AIL (elementary)
  • Diploma "Firenze" DILI B1 - AIL (intermediate)
  • Diploma "Firenze" DILC B1 - AIL (commercial intermediate)
  • Diploma "Firenze" DILI B2 - AIL (intermediate)
  • Diploma "Firenze" DALI C1 - AIL (advanced)
  • Diploma "Firenze" DALC C1 - AIL (commercial advanced)

Recognitions / Study Grants / Credits

  • Officially authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education
  • Recognised from CSN Lund (Swedish National Student Assistance Board) for study grants. School accredited by CSN, where Swedish students can study with state funded loans
  • Recognised from 8 German Federal States for "Bildungsurlaub"
  • Recognised from many US Universities for Academic credits

The Scuola Leonardo da Vinci school in Florence is recognized by the following US Universities (with undergraduate credits)

  • California State University, Sacramento
  • Camino College
  • University of Colorado at Denver
  • Glendale Community College
  • Los Angeles Community College District
  • City College of San Francisco
  • San Francisco State University
  • Tahoe Community College
  • State University of New York at New Paltz
  • Our school collaborate with the Edgewood College (Madison, WI) and the Santa Barbara City College, whereby students registering with us may receive credits at those colleges. Since Edgewood College and Santa Barbara City College are higher educational institutions fully accredited in the United States, these credits will normally be transferable to most American colleges and universities.
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Centro Italiano Firenze


TerramareVia Roma, 42 - Orbetello (GR)
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci - Firenze
Francesco Grasso - Rocco Rossitto | P.I. 04669890875