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Italian Courses Bishops Stortford
Course Information

Italian Courses in Bishops Stortford for Individuals and Business

Looking for the perfect Italian Courses can be a tedious process. Our private lessons are fun, flexible and structured to fit around your lifestyle. Read on to find out more.

Does your business need Italian language training? We provide exactly that. Visit our business language training page for more information.

Italian Courses – Information

Lesson Days/Times: To fit around you
Lesson Frequency: Flexible (1 x 1.5 hour session per week recommended)
Lesson Length: Either 1.5 or 2 hours (1.5 hours per session most popular)
Course Content: Tailored to your needs
Course Start Date: When you want
Lesson Venue: Anywhere in Bishops Stortford
Total Course Length: Flexible (subject to minimum booking)

“I loved my lessons, I had a knowledgeable and patient teacher who made learning very enjoyable.”

Maria Lopez

Benefits of our Italian Courses

  • Simple, secure payment
  • Free pre-analysis call
  • Enjoyable lessons

Simple, secure payment 

Once you’ve provided us with your card details over the phone we can quickly and easily take payment for an agreed block of hours. Once you near the end of your current block you can quickly and easily rebook another with a simple message.

Free pre-analysis call 

Before starting, take advantage of a call with one of our team. We will go over your needs and goals. Put together a plan. You can also ask any questions you need. Then it’s over to you. Decide if you’d like to go ahead.  

Enjoyable lessons  

Above all, your lessons will be enjoyable. Carefully planned around your needs, goals and interests, you’ll stay motivated and looking forward to the next lesson. The best tutors know that keeping up interest and motivation is the most important thing. 


“The journey to proficiency in any language is a lifelong one. It’s all about committing to and enjoying the journey.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director