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Italian language certification exams

ROMANICA IS AUTHORIZED FOR CILS, CELI AND AIL LINGUISTIC CERTIFICATION EXAMS.

 

Why is a linguistic certification important?

 

It enables you:

-to reinforce your motivation in studying the Italian language as well as be a goal for further improvement

-to obtain university credits

-to add value to your curriculum and help you find a job

-to help you to integrate into the Italian social context and to obtain a long term stay-permit

-to grant you access to Italian schools and universities 

CILS CERTIFICATION OF ITALIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

Certification for Italian Language Proficiency from the Siena University for Foreigners – www.unistrasi.it 

 

 

CILS Certification is one of the only four certifications officially recognized by the Italian Ministry for Education and is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Six different levels of increasing difficulty are provided, suitable for different linguistic levels:

- CILS A1

- CILS A2

- CILS UNO (B1)

- CILS DUE (B2)

- CILS TRE (C1)

- CILS QUATTRO (C2)

There are two terms per year (in June and December) for all levels + five terms for CILS “Integration in Italy” and CILS “Children and Teenagers” certificates.

Deadline for the enrolment: 40 days before the exam term.

Romanica organizes both individual and group preparation courses for the certication exam.

 

CELI CERTIFICATION OF ITALIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Certification for Italian Language Proficiency from the Perugia University for Foreigners www.unistrapg.it

 

CELI Certification is one of the only four certifications officially recognized by law from the Italian Ministry for Education and is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and ALTE Framework.

Six different levels of exam of increasing difficulty are provided, suitable for different linguistic levels:

- CELI Impatto (A1)

- CELI 1 (A2)

- CELI 2 (B1)

- CELI 3 (B2)

- CELI 4 (C1)

- CELI 5 (C2)

There are two terms per year (in June and November) for all levels + five terms for CELI Immigrants and CELI Teenagers Certificates and levels up to B1 and B2.

Deadline for the enrollment: 40 days before the exam term.

Romanica organizes both individual and group preparation courses for the CELI exam.

AIL CERTIFICATION OF ITALIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

Certification for Italian Language Proficiency from the Firenze Italian Academy of language  www.acad.it

 

AIL exams (DILI-DELI-DALI) are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

AIL DILC B1 exam has been recognized from UFFT (Swiss Federal Office for professional education and technology) as the Final Exam - Italian as Second Language for all the professional and commercial schools in the entire Swiss Confederation.

Six different levels of increasing difficulty are provided, suitable for different linguistic levels:

- DELI A1 Italian Language Certificate "FIRENZE"® AIL Basic I

- DELI A2 Italian Language Certificate "FIRENZE"® AIL Basic II

- DELI A2 Italian Language Certificate Integration"FIRENZE"® AIL Basic

- DILI B1 Italian Language Certificate "FIRENZE"® AIL Intermediate I

- DILI B2 Italian Language Certificate "FIRENZE"® AIL Intermediate II

- DALI C1 Italian Language Certificate "FIRENZE"® AIL Advanced I

- DALI C2 Italian Language Certificate "FIRENZE"® AIL Advanced II

- DILC B1 Italian Commercial Language Certificate "FIRENZE" AIL Intermediate I

- DALC C1 Italian Commercial Language Certificate "FIRENZE" AIL Advanced I

There are four terms per year (in March, June, September and December) for all levels. AIL is the only exam with an open term: on request it is possible to organize extraordinary exam dates.

Deadline for enrollment: 30 days before the exam terms.

Romanica organizes both individual and group preparation courses for the AIL exam.