The Dante Alighieri Campus L’Infinito, the Italian language school for foreigners, is situated in the heart of Recanati, one of the most famous and medieval towns in central Italy, that inspired famous poet Giacomo Leopardi and was the birthplace of Beniamino Gigli, one of the greatest tenors in the history of lyrical music.
The school Dante Alighieri Campus L’Infinito is a unique type of school in Italy, founded via the partnership with ELI Edizioni, a leading Italian publishing house specialising in language learning.
The school offers an original and unique learning experience, with innovative techniques and methods.
As well as language courses, the school offers students an authentic experience of Italian life and culture, thanks to a rich programme of events including trips to the most beautiful towns in the Marche region, entertaining and interactive experiences, wine and food tastings, themed workshops and cultural events.
The school is a professional training centre recognized by Marche Region in compliance with decree n° 416/SIM of the executive general.
It is home to CELI examinations at the Università per Stranieri di Perugia, has the patronage of Camerino University and collaborates with the University of the Region. The school is home to CELI (CERTIFICATION OF KNOWLEDGE OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE) exams and DILS exams (CERTIFICATION IN ITALIAN DIDACTICS) of the University for Foreigners in Perugia.
It works in synergy with important local Institutions such as the Recanati Municipality, the Ancona Poliarte Design School, the Beniamino Gigli Liric Academy, Villa InCanto and the Civic Museums of Recanati.
The School offers intensive Italian language and culture courses for all levels of QCER, from A1 to C2, in grades 14-16 young and adult students. The courses have a total duration of 4 weeks – 100 hours, divided into 80 italian language e 20 hours of italian culture, which include the didactic activities carried out during guided tours and guided tours by the teachers in the most beautiful cities of the Marche and Italy (Rome, Florence, Bologna.) Shorter courses of 3 or 2 weeks are also planned.
In addition to Italian language courses, the school also offers poetry and literature courses, opera, cooking and design courses.