Florence, Italy, January 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The School Leonardo da Vinci, for many years now engaged in Italian language teaching for foreigners, offers all the guys who decided to face their University studies in the Italian country, the chance to prepare themselves at best to stand the entrance test of the University faculties of Architecture and Medicine, in Rome and Milan.
“The Preparatory Course for Italian University” has a duration which varies between 2 and 24 weeks and on the average it includes 4 daily lessons.
The courses are carefully thought and built focusing on the main subjects required by the entrance tests, which are subjected to an exhaustive and particular attention especially on the correct use of Italian language.
The program of the course in fact, consists of two phases, one dedicated to linguistic training, and the other one dedicated to specific skills in the studies field chosen by students.
In the end of the course, students will achieve a good Italian language knowledge and the necessary linguistic skills to study the subjects required in the entrance tests, to do the exam with satisfactory results and to face their first year of studies in Italy with a perfect basic training.
The Preparatory Courses for Architectural Studies, for example, especially focuses on the specific architectural language, whose control is necessary to face the several subjects in the works, which vary from the History of architecture, to Construction Science, Mathematics, Physics and so on.
As regards the Preparatory Courses for Medical Studies, the school has organized an exhaustive preparation on difficult and complex subjects such as biology, chemistry, physics, etc., which are necessary to face medical studies in Italy.
The “Preparatory Courses to Italian University” in Italy are made up of 6 levels, which are different for duration and training, thought depending on the knowledge level of Italian language.
Next courses will start on 8th March 2009. All the information about the courses are available on the school’s website (www.scuolaleonardo.com)