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Student Exchange Programmes in Italy

When you enrol in a student exchange programme in Italy, you will learn about one of the oldest cultures in Europe. Italy is known for its great food and friendly welcome. A foreign exchange programme in Italy is a fun way to get to know the country while improving your Italian language skills for your studies or your future career.

Student Exchange Programmes in Italy
EF Language Year Abroad

EF Language Year Abroad

16 + years
6, 9 or 11 months
Combine language and academic studies at a school abroad. Prepare for an official language exam and gain work experience.
Destination: Italy
City: Rome
EF Languages Abroad

EF Languages Abroad

16 - 25 years
2-24 weeks
Learn a language faster at an accredited EF school. Choose from 10 languages in 50 destinations. Start your course any Monday.
Destination: Italy
City: Rome

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Foreign exchange programme in Italy

On a student exchange in Italy, you embed yourself in Italian culture. You surround yourself with everything Italian. The air is filled with the language, and that is a good thing. This is the path to fluency. As an exchange student in Italy, you will benefit from our decades of experience teaching Italian and organizing exchange programmes to Italy. Besides language courses, your student exchange programme in Italy will include cultural courses, activities, outings, and free time to explore Rome with new friends. Thanks to our student exchange programmes in Italy, you can't help but become more fluent in Italian and more comfortable living abroad.

Exchange programmes in Italy

It's easy to fall in love with the food on a student exchange programme in Italy. Rich with pastas, cheeses, olive oil, tomatoes and garlic, Italian regional dishes are distinct—from Tuscany in the North, to Sicily in the South. Each area of Italy is like a world unto itself. The ancient Etruscans had their own civilization when Romans were still peasants. And, when Rome started to expand, the Greeks owned much of the South. Your foreign exchange programme in Italy is not just about learning Italian. It's also about tasting life as an Italian, getting to know the regions and their differences, learning to make a few dishes to take home. It's a mouth-watering experience.