Scuola Leonardo da Vinci named best Italian language school

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Scuola Leonardo da Vinci wins the StudyTravel Star Awards 2020/21 “ST Star Italian Language School”.

Every year in September, the Study Travel Star Awards reward the best language schools in the world. This year, Scuola Leonardo da Vinci has been named the best Italian language school in Italy and has won the title of “Star Italian Language School 2021”.

The Study Travel Star Awards are sponsored by Study Travel Magazine, one of the most renowned magazines in the travel and education industry.

Two of the school’s founders reacted by saying “The Scuola Leonardo da Vinci group, from those distant days of 1977 to today, of 45 years of activity, has always had the objective of adapting the format of the holidays of studies in Italy to the new market, enriching its offer with courses of different types, from art to crafts, from preparation for entry into Italian universities to the training of teachers of Italian language and culture .

“This is an important recognition for our sector that confirms the attractiveness and importance that Italy and the city of Milan exert on the international scene”, commented Wolfango Poggi, administrator of the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci. In Milan.

Sanda Stevanovic, director of the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, added: “The confidence shown in us by our partners and colleagues abroad is simply extraordinary”.

The Scuola Leonardo da Vinci group has been active since 1977 and has schools in Florence, Rome, Milan, Viareggio and Turin. “During these almost 45 years of activity”, said founding member Hans Gedeon Villiger, “we have brought to Italy more than 200,000 international students interested in learning the Italian language and getting to know the extraordinary cultural and artistic heritage of our country. We have innovated because we have addressed everyone, young and adult students through our Dolce Vita programme”.

The directors of the Rome office, Guido Poggi and Pier Alberto Merli, exclaimed “It’s coming Rome”.

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