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Italian language courses for priests and men and women religious

The growing demand and the desire to better meet the needs of brother priests and foreign religious who intend to study the Italian language have led our community to seek collaboration with the University for Foreigners, which has made itself available to offer specific courses at our convent.

Italian Course

Course:
Aimed at priests and religious from all over the world, the course aims to offer adequate language preparation based on the level attended. The activation of the specific course, scheduled for next August in Monteripido, requires a minimum number of 8 students of the same level in the knowledge of the Italian language. The monthly cost of the course is 500,00 €.
NB: In addition to completing the format at the bottom of the page, you must register for the course through the website of the University for Foreigners.

Accomodation:
You can reside at Casa Monteripido, which provides rooms, single or double, weekly cleaning services and study rooms, as well as the opportunity to share the prayer with the religious community, happy to welcome consecrated.
The cost for accommodation is € 400.00 per month in single room and € 270.00 in double room.

Food:
Wishing to provide a quality service, Casa Monteripido offers good Italian cuisine. The cost of full board is 600,00 € per month. Meals will be provided by the catering “Ora et ristora” of Operation Mato Grosso, which sends all the proceeds to their missions in Latin America.

Reservation:
For reservations write an email to Casa Monteripido, which coordinates the reception. Payments for board and lodging can be made by bank transfer.

Contacts:
info@monteripido.it

Bandiera italia Bandiera inglese Bandiera polacca

Send your registration request with the following form

First Name *:

Last Name *:

Birth Date *:

Country *:

Diocese or Congregation *:

Level of the course you think you should attend *:
BasicIntermediateAdvanced

Have you ever studied the Italian language? How long? *

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