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The Italian Cultural Institute in Chicago, cultural office of the Italian Government, is pleased to announce a new program developed for the teaching of Italian language and culture.

The official program of Italian language and culture courses in Chicago is offered by ItalCultura, an independent non-profit organization, operating at 500 North Michigan Avenue, suite 1405 (phone: 312-245-0652).

The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to invite you to ItalCultura's upcoming Open House events on Wednesday, September 18th  (5.30 pm - 8.00 pm). 

Interested students will be able to take an Italian language skills evaluation test, meet our professional teachers for a trial class, and register for the upcoming session. 

Please check out the new website www.ItalCulturaChicago.com, where you will find everything about our broad assortment of top-quality Italian courses offered at very competitive costs.  A special advantage to learning Italian at ItalCultura is presented in the opportunity to integrate unique cultural experiences offered by the Italian Cultural Institute.

Also, discover Italy first-hand with us by joining our "Settimane italiane" in Italy this summer. Learn Italian on site and visit Rome in culture-oriented guided tours, lead by specialists.


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Every year half a million students attend Italian language courses outside of Italy, across the world. Why do they do it?

Italian is a language of culture. Knowledge of Italian means access to a literary legacy of fundamental importance for the history of Europe, access to an invaluable body of works in the science and humanities, access to Italian theatre, music, opera, cinema and television production.

Italian is a language of study. Scores of foreign students decide every year to enroll in Italian universities and academies, or visit Italian libraries and archives.

Italian is a language of work. Manager, investors, technicians, and other workers get regularly in touch with the Italian world of industry, technology, and services that spread from our country’s boundaries.

And by speaking Italian, their acquaintance of Italy and its hospitable people, between cities of art and marvels of nature, becomes a true pleasure.

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